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BARBERSHOP CUTS TO THE TOP
Ice Cube-Starrer Styling With $21 Million

Barbershop, the ensemble comedy starring Ice Cube as proprietor of his late father's business, debuted in first place at the box office with $21 million over the weekend.

The film played in 1,605 theaters and averaged a whopping $13,084 a cinema.

The year's big sleeper hit, My Big Fat Greek Wedding, remained in the No. 2 spot with $11 million, pushing its total to $110.7 million and becoming the 15th movie of 2002 to cross the $100 million mark.

And in its first weekend of fairly wide release, Robin Williams' stalking thriller One Hour Photo came in third, with $7.7 million.

The weekend's other new wide release, Jason Lee and Tom Green's crime comedy Stealing Harvard, premiered at No. 4 with $6.3 million, finishing slightly ahead of last weekend's top film, Swimfan, which grossed $6.1 million.

Overall box office revenues rose for the first time in nearly two months. The top 12 movies took in an estimated $72 million, up 38% from the same weekend last year, according to the Associated Press.

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