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Johnny Get Your Gun

An Academy Award nomination and two top-selling DVDs? You could say that Johnny Depp has had a good week. The Pirates of the Caribbean star saw his gun-toting crime thriller, Once Upon a Time in Mexico, shoot to the No. 1 spot, while his Disney swashbuckler held strong in the top 10. Erstwhile cowboy Kevin Costner got some positive news of his own: The actor-director rode off into the sunset with his epic Open Range a surprising hit with buyers and renters alike. Well, who needs Oscar when your Western's No. 1?

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

1 -- ONCE UPON A TIME IN MEXICO $55.8 1 B 2 -- OPEN RANGE $58.3 1 -- 3 -- CABIN FEVER $21.2 1 -- 4 1 FREDDY VS. JASON $82.2 2 -- 5 4 OUT OF TIME $41.1 3 B 6 3 AMERICAN WEDDING (WIDE) $104.4 4 -- 7 2 UNDERWORLD (WIDE) $51.5 3 -- 8 5 S.W.A.T. (WIDE) $116.6 4 C+ 9 6 PIRATES OF THE CARIBBEAN $305.4 8 B 10 8 FINDING NEMO $339.7 12 A

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

1 -- OPEN RANGE $1.8 $58.3 1 -- 2 1 OUT OF TIME $6.2 $41.1 3 B 3 -- ONCE UPON A TIME IN MEXICO $1.5 $55.8 1 B 4 2 FREDDY VS. JASON $3.1 $82.2 2 -- 5 4 AMERICAN WEDDING $8.0 $104.4 4 -- 6 3 UPTOWN GIRLS $4.2 $37.2 3 D+ 7 -- CABIN FEVER $1.0 $21.2 1 -- 8 5 S.W.A.T. $9.1 $116.6 4 C+ 9 6 UNDERWORLD $3.6 $51.5 3 -- 10 8 SEABISCUIT $12.6 $120.2 6 B+

SOURCES: VIDEO BUSINESS/RENTRAK FOR THE WEEK ENDING JAN. 25, 2004; NIELSEN EDI *IN MILLIONS

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THE DOUGLAS FAIRBANKS COLLECTION: THE MARK OF ZORRO; ROBIN HOOD; THE THREE MUSKETEERS; THE THIEF OF BAGDAD; DON Q, SON OF ZORRO; THE BLACK PIRATE (Unrated, 107/133/118/154/111/90 mins., 1920 -- 26, Kino) The definitive collection of the original action hero -- who not only performed in and wrote his films but also helped form United Artists -- makes it to disc for the first time.

MY BOSS'S DAUGHTER (PG-13, 85 mins., 2003, Buena Vista) What Ashton Kutcher really wants is a hot date with Tara Reid. In this movie, of course. We know he only has eyes for Demi.

MY FAIR LADY (TWO-DISC SPECIAL EDITION) (G, 172 mins., 1964, Warner) How loverly! The Oscar-winning movie musical returns to ''the street where you live'' -- with commentary from unseen soprano Marni Nixon (a.k.a. Audrey Hepburn's singing voice), footage of the L.A. premiere, and a making-of doc.

UNDER THE TUSCAN SUN (PG-13, 113 mins., 2003, Buena Vista) Which is where we'd like to be right now. Unfaithful siren Diane Lane shows off her lighter side as a divorcee romping around Italy.

Originally posted Feb 13, 2004 Published in issue #751 Feb 13, 2004 Order article reprints
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