A 'Double' Triple-Play

“Double Jeopardy,” starring Ashley Judd and Tommy Lee Jones, remained the No. 1 movie for the third straight weekend, according to industry estimates. It trumped another movie about marital betrayal, the critically savaged “Random Hearts,” with Harrison Ford and Kristin Scott Thomas as unlikely lovers thrown together after their cheating spouses die in a plane crash. The weekend tally:

1. “Double Jeopardy,” $13.6 million.
2. “Random Hearts,” $13.1 million.
3. “Three Kings,” $11.7 million.
4. “American Beauty,” $9.2 million.
5. “Superstar,” $9 million.
6. “The Sixth Sense,” $6.1 million.
7. “Blue Streak, $5.5 million.
8. “Drive Me Crazy,” $3.7 million.
9. (tie) “Elmo in Grouchland,” $2.1 million.
9. (tie) “For Love of the Game,” $2.1 million.

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