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The Charts

AGENT GRACEFULLY After 40 years, James Bond still has it, and having a scantily clad Halle Berry as his sidekick doesn't hurt. Die Another Day hit No. 1 on both charts, while another seasoned headliner, Jack Nicholson, debuted well with his Oscar-nominated dramedy, About Schmidt -- and having an unclad Kathy Bates as his sidekick didn't hurt. Timed to cash in on their sequels, the new Fast and the Furious and Terminator 2 sets performed admirably, as did The Animatrix, a collection of animated shorts. Apparently, something Matrix has to be on the DVD chart every week.

TOP 10 DVD SALES GROSS WEEKS EW LAST TO ON VIDEO WEEK DATE* CHART GRADE

1 -- DIE ANOTHER DAY (WIDE-SCREEN) $160.9 1 B+ 2 -- THE ANIMATRIX -- 1 B 3 1 THE RECRUIT $52.8 2 B- 4 -- ABOUT SCHMIDT $65.0 1 A 5 -- FAST AND THE FURIOUS TRICKED... (WIDE) $144.5 1 -- 6 -- TERMINATOR 2: EXTREME DVD $204.8 1 C+ 7 2 LED ZEPPELIN -- 2 -- 8 4 THE PIANIST (WIDE-SCREEN) $32.5 2 A- 9 3 NATIONAL SECURITY $35.8 2 C+ 10 -- DIE ANOTHER DAY (FULL-SCREEN) $160.9 1 B+

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

1 -- DIE ANOTHER DAY $4.3 $160.9 1 B+ 2 -- ABOUT SCHMIDT $3.5 $65.0 1 A 3 1 THE RECRUIT $7.1 $52.8 2 B- 4 2 NATIONAL SECURITY $5.5 $35.8 2 C+ 5 3 CATCH ME IF YOU CAN $18.7 $164.5 5 B+ 6 4 ANTWONE FISHER $6.6 $21.1 3 B+ 7 5 THE HOT CHICK $8.3 $35.0 4 B 8 6 TWO WEEKS NOTICE $17.9 $93.3 6 C+ 9 8 A GUY THING $2.9 $15.5 2 D- 10 9 THE PIANIST $2.7 $32.5 2 A-

SOURCES: VIDEO BUSINESS/VIDTRAC FOR THE WEEK ENDING JUNE 8, 2003; NIELSEN EDI *BOX OFFICE GROSS-TO-DATE FIGURES IN MILLIONS

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HEAVEN (Miramax, R) After her husband's death, a teacher (Cate Blanchett) gets her revenge on in Run Lola Run director Tom Tykwer's terrorist drama.

HOW TO LOSE A GUY IN 10 DAYS (Paramount, PG-13) Here's the answer to the question posed by this Kate Hudson -- Matthew McConaughey romantic comedy, in three simple words: Witness Protection Program.

LOST IN LA MANCHA (Docurama, unrated) Filmmakers Keith Fulton and Louis Pepe track director Terry Gilliam's moviemaking mishaps when he tries to bring his take on Don Quixote to the big screen.

PHONE BOOTH (Fox, R) You've heard talk of Colin Farrell frequenting some interesting places, but crouched in a phone booth at the end of a sniper's rifle is probably not one of them.

THE REAL CANCUN (New Line, R) If you've ever wanted to go on a skin-and-sin spring break but didn't want the bodily fluids, here's your chance.

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