It was another tight race at the weekend box office, with Paramount's thriller "Double Jeopardy" edging out Columbia's romancer "Random Hearts" for the top spot.
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Warner Bros.' political actioner "Three Kings" went toe-to-toe with Paramount's thriller "Double Jeopardy" at the weekend box office.
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Marketplace competition posed no peril to Paramount's "Double Jeopardy," which handily led the weekend box office with an estimated $23.7 million. The frame also saw excellent results for DreamWorks'…