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THE CHARTS

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LIVING LARGE To borrow from the late-20th-century urban poet Sir Mix-A-Lot, this week’s video chart got back. Gwyneth Paltrow worked some big, beautiful magic on both reformed weightist Jack Black and renters alike in Shallow Hal, the latest comedy from Peter and Bobby Farrelly. It marks a return to form for the fraternal tricksters, who, since their Me, Myself & Irene and There’s Something About Mary heyday, haven’t seen the top of the chart in two years.

TOP 10 TAPE RENTALS BOX VIDEO OFFICE WEEKS EW LAST GROSS TO GROSS TO ON VIDEO WEEK DATE DATE CHART GRADE

1 — SHALLOW HAL Jack Black $8.2 $70.8 1 B- 2 1 A BEAUTIFUL MIND Russell Crowe $14.6 $170.7 2 A- 3 2 BLACK HAWK DOWN Josh Hartnett $22.3 $108.6 4 C+ 4 3 ORANGE COUNTY Colin Hanks $9.4 $41.1 3 B 5 — JIMMY NEUTRON: BOY GENIUS Animated $2.8 $80.9 1 A- 6 4 I AM SAM Sean Penn $8.6 $40.3 3 C+ 7 5 KATE & LEOPOLD Meg Ryan $13.6 $47.1 4 B- 8 6 MONSTER’S BALL Halle Berry $12.8 $31.3 4 C+ 9 10 VANILLA SKY Tom Cruise $26.0 $100.6 7 D 10 11 OCEAN’S ELEVEN George Clooney $39.3 $183.4 9 B+

TOP 10 DVD SALES

LAST GROSS TO WEEKS ON EW VIDEO WEEK DATE* CHART GRADE

1 — SHALLOW HAL Jack Black $70.8 1 B- 2 — JIMMY NEUTRON: BOY GENIUS Animated $80.9 1 A- 3 2 BLACK HAWK DOWN Josh Hartnett $108.6 4 C+ 4 1 A BEAUTIFUL MIND (WIDE-SCREEN) Russell Crowe $170.7 2 A- 5 5 MONSTER’S BALL Halle Berry $31.3 4 C+ 6 4 GOSFORD PARK: COLLECTOR’S… Maggie Smith $41.3 2 A 7 3 A BEAUTIFUL MIND (FULL-SCREEN) Russell Crowe $170.7 2 A- 8 6 HARRY POTTER… (WIDE-SCREEN) Daniel Radcliffe $317.6 6 C+ 9 — STAR TREK: THE NEXT GENERATION –SEASON 3 — 1 A- 10 8 ROLLERBALL Chris Klein $19.0 3 D

SOURCE: VIDEO BUSINESS/VIDTRAC FOR THE WEEK ENDING JULY 7, 2002. *BOX OFFICE GROSS-TO-DATE FIGURES IN MILLIONS

SOURCE: NIELSEN EDI AND EXHIBITOR RELATIONS CO., INC.

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