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'Rise of the Guardians' rises to top of DVD sales chart

March 25, 2013
  • Jack Frost (voiced by Chris Pine) learns how to be a Guardian from North (Alec Baldwin) in DreamWorks Animation's "Rise of the Guardians," which debuted at the top of the DVD/Blu-ray sales chart.
Jack Frost (voiced by Chris Pine) learns how to be a Guardian from North (Alec… (DreamWorks Animation )

The animated family film “Rise of the Guardians” has risen — and landed at the top of the DVD and Blu-ray sales chart, a surprise second chance for the DreamWorks box-office disappointment. Here are the top titles for sales (for the week ending March 16) and rentals (for the week ending March 17), according to Rentrak.

TOP-10 DVD & BLU-RAY SALES

1          “Rise of the Guardians” Paramount Week 1

2          “Life of Pi”        Fox.     Week 1

3          “Wreck-It Ralph”           Disney             Week 2

4          "Twilight Saga: Breaking Dawn — Part 2"         Summit Entertainment  Week 3

5          “Red Dawn”      Fox     Week 2

6          “Skyfall”           Fox     Week 5

7          “Mulan/Mulan II - 2 Pack”     Disney      Week 1

8          “Argo”  Warner Bros.    Week 4

9          “Game of Thrones: The Complete Second Season”     Warner Bros.    Week 4

10        “Cirque du Soleil: Worlds Away”            Paramount.       Week 1

TOP-10 DVD & BLU-RAY RENTALS

1          “Skyfall”           Fox     Week 5

2          “Twilight Saga: Breaking Dawn — Part 2”    Summit Entertainment  Week 2

3          “Rise of the Guardians”   DreamWorks   Week 1

4          “Wreck-It Ralph”          Disney  Week 2

5          “Playing for Keeps”      Sony    Week 2

6          “Taken 2”         Fox     Week 8

7          “Flight”    Paramount    Week 5

8          “End of Watch”    Universal    Week 7

9          “Here Comes the Boom”      Sony   Week 5

10        “Hotel Transylvania”     Sony   Week 6

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