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'Lincoln' top DVD and Blu-ray seller; 'Argo' top rental

April 08, 2013
  • "Lincoln" director Steven Spielberg
"Lincoln" director Steven Spielberg (AFP/Getty Images )

Oscar winners and nominees battled for supremacy as new arrival "Lincoln" bested "Les Miserables" to take the top sales slot, and returning "Argo" was the No. 1 rental title over "Zero Dark Thirty" and "Skyfall," according to the tracking firm Rentrak. Here are the top discs for sale and for rental, for the weeks ending March 30 and March 31, respectively.

RENTRAK TOP-10 DVD & BLU-RAY SALES

1.         “Lincoln”           Disney.             Week 1

2.         “Les Miserables”                 Universal.  Week 2

3.         “The Hobbit: An Unexpected Journey”   Warner Bros.    Week 2

4.         “Rise of the Guardians” Paramount.       Week 3

5.         “Wreck-It Ralph”           Disney.             Week 4

6.         “Parental Guidance”      Fox.    Week 1

7.         “Zero Dark Thirty”         Sony.   Week 2

8.         “Life of Pi”        Fox.     Week 3

9.         “This Is 40”       Universal.         Week 2

10.       “The Twilight Saga: Breaking Dawn Part 2”     Summit Entertainment.  Week 5

RENTRAK TOP-10 DVD & BLU-RAY RENTALS

1.         “Argo”  Warner Bros.    Week 6

2.         “Zero Dark Thirty”         Sony.   Week 2

3.         “Skyfall”           Fox.    Week 7

4.         “Rise Of The Guardians”           DreamWorks.   Week 3

5.         “Lincoln”           Buena Vista/Disney.      Week 1

6.         “Wreck-It Ralph”           Disney. Week 4

7.         “Killing Them Softly”     Anchor Bay/Starz.         Week 1

8.         “Taken 2”         Fox.     Week 10

9.         “Playing For Keeps”      Sony.   Week 4

10.       “The Twilight Saga: Breaking Dawn Part 2”       Summit Entertainment.  Week 4

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