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'Silver Linings Playbook' knocks 'Django Unchained' off DVD charts

May 13, 2013
  • Bradley Cooper and Jennifer Lawrence star in "Silver Linings Playbook," which premiered atop the latest DVD and Blu-ray sales and rental charts.
Bradley Cooper and Jennifer Lawrence star in "Silver Linings Playbook,"… (Jojo Whilden / The Weinstein…)

Oscar and Golden Globes darlings went head-to-head as newly arriving David O. Russell’s “Silver Linings Playbook” knocked Quentin Tarantino’s “Django Unchained” off the top sales and rental charts -- in a field crowded with the year's most-nominated and awarded movies. Also remaining on the charts, after many weeks in release, are "Lincoln," "Life of Pi," and "Zero Dark Thirty."

Here are the top titles for the week that ended May 5 for sales and May 4 for rentals, according to Rentrak.

Top 10 DVD and Blu-ray sales

1. “Silver Linings Playbook”     Anchor Bay/Starz     Week 1

2. “Django Unchained”     Anchor Bay/Starz     Week 3

3. “Broken City”     Fox     Week 1

4. “The Guilt Trip”     Paramount     Week 1

5. “Gangster Squad”     Warner Bros.     Week 2

6. “The Bible (The Epic Miniseries)”     Fox     Week 5

7. “The Hobbit: An Unexpected Journey”     Warner Bros.     Week 7

8. “A Haunted House”     Universal     Week 2

9. “The Impossible”     Summit Entertainment     Week 2

10. “Wreck-It Ralph”     Disney     Week 9

Top 10 DVD and Blu-ray rentals

1. “Silver Linings Playbook”     Anchor Bay/Starz     Week 1

2. “Django Unchained”     Anchor Bay/Starz     Week 3

3. “This Is 40”     Universal     Week 7

4. “The Guilt Trip”     Paramount     Week 1

5. “Parental Guidance”     Fox     Week 6

6. “Life of Pi”     Fox     Week 8

7. “The Hobbit: An Unexpected Journey”     New Line     Week 7

8. “The Impossible”     Summit Entertainment     Week 2

9. “Lincoln”     Buena Vista     Week 6

10.“ Zero Dark Thirty”     Sony     Week 7

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