Led by The Dark Knight, In Demand is rolling out the industry’s biggest ever slate of movies on demand.
During December and January, In Demand will deliver blockbuster hits with a cumulative domestic box office revenue of $2.5 billion.
Among the myriad titles it is making available, In Demand will distributed a dozen movies that grossed more than $100 million in a piece. Warner Bros.’ The Dark Knight, starring Christian Bale as Batman and the late Heath Ledger as The Joker, became available on-demand on Dec. 26. The Dark Knight is the second biggest film of all-time with a domestic take of almost $531 million.
In descending order of box office performance, In Demand has or will make these titles available: Columbia Pictures’ Hancock on Dec. 30; Walt Disney Pictures and Pixar Animation Studios’ WALL-E on Jan. 2; Dreamworks Animation’s Kung Fu Panda on Dec. 22; Twentieth Century Fox’s Dr. Seuss’ Horton Hears aWho! on Jan. 7; Universal Pictures’ Mamma Mia! on Jan. 29; Disney and Walden Media’s The Chronicles of Narnia: Prince Caspian on Jan. 1; Universal’s Wanted on Jan. 15; Dreamworks’ Tropic Thunder on Dec. 24; Universal’s The Mummy: Tomb of the Dragon Emperor on Jan. 29; Columbia’s Step Brothers on Jan. 16; and Dreamworks’ Eagle Eye on Jan. 26.
Other titles are also listed on www.indemand.com/movies . Click on the “coming soon” tab.