'Star Trek Into Darkness' boldly goes to top of DVD sales chart

It looks like the newest "Star Trek" movie is living long and prospering. 

"Star Trek Into Darkness," J.J. Abrams' latest contribution to the venerable franchise, is the bestselling DVD and Blu-ray title and a top rental.

The film that made more than $466 million worldwide in theaters was also the top video-on-demand title. 

With the fall TV season about to get into full swing, DVD sets of popular series are also populating the bestseller list. 

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Ahead of its seventh-season premiere Thursday on CBS, the sixth season of "The Big Bang Theory" was the second-biggest seller. 

"Now You See Me," Summit Entertainment's film about investigators pursuing a team of illusionist bank robbers, came in at No. 3. 

Besides "The Big Bang Theory," other TV shows with seasons debuting in the Top 10 were "Homeland's" second season, "Supernatural's" eighth and "Castle's" fifth. 

Here are the top titles for the week that ended Sept. 14 for sales and Sept. 15 for rentals, according to Rentrak. 

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Top 10 DVD and Blu-ray sales 

1. "Star Trek Into Darkness" (Paramount). Week 1.

2. "The Big Bang Theory: The Complete Sixth Season" (Warner Bros.). Week 1.

3. "Now You See Me" (Summit Ent.). Week 2.

4. "Homeland: The Complete Second Season" (Fox). Week 1.

5. "Supernatural: The Complete Eighth Season" (Warner Bros.). Week 1.

6. "Epic" (Fox). Week 4.

7. "The Walking Dead: Season 3" (Anchor Bay). Week 3.

8. "The Great Gatsby" (Warner Bros.). Week 3.

9. "Castle: The Complete Fifth Season" (Disney). Week 1.

10. "Sons of Anarchy: Season 5" (Fox). Week 3.

Top 10 DVD and Blu-ray rentals

1. "Star Trek Into Darkness" (Paramount). Week 1.

2. "Now You See Me" (Summit Ent.). Week 2.

3. "Oblivion" (Universal). Week 6.

4. "Pain & Gain" (Paramount). Week 3.

5. "Olympus Has Fallen" (Sony). Week 5.

6. "Empire State" (Lionsgate). Week 2.

7. "The Place Beyond The Pines" (Universal). Week 6.

8. "Peeples" (Lionsgate). Week 1.

9. "42" (Warner Bros.). Week 9.

10. "G.I. Joe: Retaliation" (Paramount). Week 7.


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