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SECOND ‘BOURNE’

Refusing to be leashed by some of the year’s harshest reviews, Scooby-Doo ran away from the pack to retrieve the second-best June opening ever. Audiences gave the shaggy dog story CinemaScores in the B+ range, but it will face such kiddie fare as Hey Arnold! The Movie and Lilo & Stitch in the coming weeks. After toplining disappointments All the Pretty Horses and The Legend of Bagger Vance, Matt Damon showed some muscle, carrying The Bourne Identity to a strong second place, while Nicolas Cage failed to decode the box office in John Woo’s Windtalkers.

TOP 20 WEEKEND WEEKS GROSS WEEKEND NO. OF PER-SITE IN TO GROSS* SITES[1] AVERAGE RELEASE DATE

1 SCOOBY-DOO Warner Bros. $54.2 3,447 $15,711 1 $54.2 2 THE BOURNE IDENTITY Universal $27.1 2,638 $10,280 1 $27.1 3 WINDTALKERS MGM $14.5 2,898 $5,010 1 $14.5 4 THE SUM OF ALL FEARS Paramount $13.5 3,230 $4,166 3 $84.5 5 STAR WARS: EPISODE II–ATTACK OF THE CLONES 20th Century Fox $9.4 2,401 $3,931 5 $270.8 6 DIVINE SECRETS OF THE YA-YA SISTERHOOD Warner Bros. $8.9 2,507 $3,540 2 $34.0 7 SPIDER-MAN Columbia $7.5 2,702 $2,782 7 $382.5 8 BAD COMPANY Touchstone $5.9 2,944 $1,995 2 $21.6 9 SPIRIT: STALLION OF THE CIMARRON DreamWorks $5.2 2,873 $1,818 4 $63.5 10 UNDERCOVER BROTHER Universal $4.4 1,832 $2,415 3 $31.4 11 INSOMNIA Warner Bros. $3.5 1,929 $1,809 4 $58.4 12 MY BIG FAT GREEK WEDDING IFC $1.8 455 $3,858 9 $13.6 13 ENOUGH Columbia $1.7 1,509 $1,117 4 $37.2 14 ABOUT A BOY Universal $1.5 947 $1,565 5 $35.3 15 UNFAITHFUL 20th Century Fox $0.8 600 $1,272 6 $50.5 16 SPACE STATION IMAX $0.6 55 $11,364 9 $8.4 17 THE IMPORTANCE OF BEING EARNEST Miramax $0.6 180 $3,367 4 $3.4 18 THE SCORPION KING Universal $0.3 423 $765 9 $90.0 19 ICE AGE 20th Century Fox $0.3 343 $797 14 $174.2 20 THIRTEEN CONVERSATIONS ABOUT ONE THING Sony Pictures Classics $0.2 55 $3,839 4 $0.6

SOURCE: NIELSEN EDI. WEEKEND OF JUNE 14-JUNE 16 *WEEKEND GROSS AND GROSS-TO-DATE FIGURES IN MILLIONS

[1]INCLUDES SOME MULTISCREEN THEATERS AND PRINTS SHIPPED AS WELL AS INDIVIDUAL SCREENS