By EW Staff
Updated October 22, 1999 at 04:00 AM EDT

Kevin Costner, George Clooney, and now Harrison Ford. Hollywood’s he-men continue to take a beating from Ashley Judd, whose action thriller Double Jeopardy reigns in the top spot for the third straight week. But perhaps even more troubling for Ford is the fact that Random Hearts‘ $13 million showing is his worst since 1995’s Sabrina (which debuted at $5.6 million).

Meanwhile, Molly Shannon’s SNL klutz Mary Katherine Gallagher made an uncharacteristically graceful leap to the big screen as Superstar debuted at No. 5 with $8.9 million. Then again, even A Night at the Roxbury managed to pull in $9.6 million in its first weekend. And in limited release, Fox Searchlight’s Boys Don’t Cry made a strong impression with $73,720 at two theaters.