By EW Staff
Updated March 02, 2001 at 05:00 AM EST
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Consider it Dunst. After exploring the lower reaches of the rental chart with The Virgin Suicides, a brassier version of the indie queen climbs to the second tier of the video-store pyramid, thanks to her hit cheerleader comedy Bring It On. It’s Dunst’s biggest video victory since Jumanji — with no help from Robin Williams this time. But gee, Rock, what happened to The Adventures of Rocky and Bullwinkle? The half-animated romp couldn’t moose-le past No. 29.

TAPE RENTALS WEEKS EW LAST GROSS ON VIDEO WEEK TO DATE CHART GRADE

1 1 WHAT LIES BENEATH Michelle Pfeiffer $155.4 3 B+ 2 — BRING IT ON Kirsten Dunst $68.4 1 B 3 — BLESS THE CHILD Kim Basinger $29.4 1 D 4 — GET CARTER Sylvester Stallone $15.0 1 C 5 3 ME, MYSELF & IRENE Jim Carrey $90.6 6 C 6 2 DISNEY’S THE KID Bruce Willis $69.7 4 B+ 7 4 COYOTE UGLY Piper Perabo $60.8 5 C- 8 5 DR. T & THE WOMEN Richard Gere $13.1 2 D 9 11 GLADIATOR Russell Crowe $186.6 13 A 10 8 HOLLOW MAN Kevin Bacon $73.2 7 B- 11 6 URBAN LEGENDS: FINAL CUT Jennifer Morrison $21.5 2 D 12 7 DINOSAUR Animated $137.8 3 B- 13 9 GONE IN 60 SECONDS Nicolas Cage $101.7 11 D 14 10 BAIT Jamie Foxx $15.3 4 C 15 12 SCARY MOVIE Marlon Wayans $157.0 10 C+ 16 14 THE CELL Jennifer Lopez $61.3 9 C+ 17 13 AUTUMN IN NEW YORK Richard Gere $37.8 7 D 18 15 THE ART OF WAR Wesley Snipes $30.2 8 C- 19 16 THE REPLACEMENTS Keanu Reeves $44.7 12 C 20 17 SHAFT Samuel L. Jackson $70.3 10 C+

SOURCE: VIDEO BUSINESS FOR THE WEEK ENDING FEB. 18, 2001 BOX OFFICE GROSS-TO-DATE FIGURES IN MILLIONS. SOURCE: ACNIELSEN EDI, INC., AND EXHIBITOR RELATIONS CO. INC.

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