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‘BOURNE’ TO BE WILD

He may not be as Big as Bond, but Hollywood’s newest secret weapon — Matt Damon — is just as slick: His Bourne Identity vanquished invading aliens, charming Brits, and a muscle machine to nab the top spot. (Damon last hit No. 1 in 1998 with Good Will Hunting.) Looks like he wasn’t the only hero to mark his territory: The lovable Patch also escaped European trouble in Disney’s straight-to-video sequel 101 Dalmatians II: Patch’s London Adventure.

TOP 10 TAPE RENTALS

LAST VIDEO BOX OFFICE WEEKS EW WEEK GROSS TO GROSS TO ON VIDEO DATE DATE CHART GRADE

1 — THE BOURNE IDENTITY Matt Damon $6.0 $121.7 1 B+ 2 1 SIGNS Mel Gibson $18.5 $228.0 3 B- 3 4 ABOUT A BOY Hugh Grant $5.1 $40.7 2 A- 4 2 XXX Vin Diesel $16.0 $141.2 4 C- 5 3 BARBERSHOP Ice Cube $14.6 $75.8 4 B+ 6 5 BLUE CRUSH Kate Bosworth $4.2 $40.2 2 B- 7 9 THE GOOD GIRL Jennifer Aniston $5.8 $14.0 3 B+ 8 7 UNFAITHFUL Diane Lane $18.4 $52.8 6 A 9 8 MINORITY REPORT Tom Cruise $22.7 $132.0 6 B+ 10 11 FEARDOTCOM Stephen Dorff $3.3 $13.2 2 C-

TOP 10 DVD SALES

LAST GROSS WEEKS EW VIDEO WEEK TO DATE* ON GRADE CHART 1 — THE BOURNE IDENTITY (WIDE-SCREEN) Matt Damon $121.7 1 B+ 2 — THE BOURNE IDENTITY (FULL-SCREEN) Matt Damon $121.7 1 B+ 3 1 SIGNS (WIDE-SCREEN) Mel Gibson $228.0 3 B- 4 2 ABOUT A BOY (WIDE-SCREEN) Hugh Grant $40.7 2 A- 5 — 101 DALMATIANS II: PATCH’S ADVENTURE Animated — 1 — 6 4 BARBERSHOP Ice Cube $75.8 4 B+ 7 3 XXX (WIDE-SCREEN) Vin Diesel $141.2 4 C- 8 9 MINORITY REPORT (WIDE-SCREEN) Tom Cruise $132.0 6 B+ 9 6 FEARDOTCOM Stephen Dorff $13.2 2 C- 10 5 UNDERCOVER BROTHER (FULL-SCREEN) Eddie Griffin $38.3 2 C-

SOURCES: VIDEO BUSINESS/VIDTRAC FOR THE WEEK ENDING JAN. 26, 2003; NIELSEN EDI; EXHIBITOR RELATIONS CO., INC.

*BOX OFFICE GROSS-TO-DATE FIGURES IN MILLIONS

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