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'42' remains best-selling DVD; 'Identity Thief' still top rental

August 05, 2013|By Ryan Faughnder
  • Chadwick Boseman as Jackie Robinson in a scene from "42."
Chadwick Boseman as Jackie Robinson in a scene from "42." (D. Stevens / Associated…)

Holding on from the previous week, the Jackie Robinson biopic "42" was the top-selling DVD, coming in ahead of "Evil Dead," the remake of the 1981 cult horror favorite. 

"Identity Thief," the crime comedy starring Jason Bateman and Melissa McCarthy, was again No. 1 among rentals in its eighth week in release. 

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Here are the top titles for the week that ended July 27 for sales and July 28 for rentals, according to Rentrak. 

Top 10 DVD and Blu-ray sales

1. "42" (Warner Bros.). Week 2

2. "Evil Dead" (Sony). Week 2

3. "Despicable Me" (Universal). Week 137

4. "Tyler Perry's Temptation" (Lionsgate). Week 3

5. "Oz the Great and Powerful" (Disney). Week 7

6. "Vehicle 19" (Ketchup Entertainment). Week 1

7. "Jack the Giant Slayer" (Warner Bros.). Week 6

8. "The Host" (Universal). Week 3

9. "A Good Day to Die Hard" (Fox). Week 8

10. "Identity Thief" (Universal). Week 8

Top 10 DVD and Blu-ray rentals

1. "Identity Thief" (Universal). Week 8

2. "Jack The Giant Slayer" (New Line). Week 6

3. "The Incredible Burt Wonderstone" (New Line). Week 5

4. "A Good Day To Die Hard" (FOX). Week 8

5. "The Call" (Sony). Week 5

6. "Evil Dead" (Sony). Week 2

7. "Dead Man Down" (Sony). Week 4

8. "21 & Over" (Fox). Week 6

9. "Oz The Great And Powerful" (Disney). Week 7

10. "The Host" (Universal). Week 3

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ryan.faughnder@latimes.com

Twitter: @rfaughnder

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