Fast & Furious 7 has made it three weeks at the top of the UK box office.
After just seventeen days on global release, Fast & Furious 7 has stormed through the $1 billion barrier and is the highest grossing film of 2015 so far.
The movie took a further £3.3 million in the UK over the weekend to comfortably hold on to the top spot and hold off the challenge from Disney film Cinderella.
There was no move for Cinderella and Home at two and three, while Child 44 is the highest new entry inside the top ten this week. The movie is an adaptation of the novel of the same name by Tom Rob Smith and sees Tom Hardy to star alongside Gary Oldman and Noomi Rapace.
Woman In Gold is the only film on the up this week as it jumped two places from seven to round off the top five. The SpongeBob Movie: Sponge out of Water slipped just one place as it fell from five to six.
A Little Chaos, which is the new period drama from actor/director Alan Rickman and starring Kate Winslet - was the second and final new entry in at seven.
A Little Chaos is only the second directorial outing for Rickman as he reunites with Winslet in front of the camera for the first time since they starred in Sense & Sensibility back in 1996.
The Duff was a four place faller this week as it fell from four to eight, while John Wick was also down three as it dropped from six to nine.
Paul Blart: Mall Cop 2 was a two place faller as it dropped from eight to ten.
- (1) Fast & Furious 7 - £3,39,720
- (2) Cinderella - £1,083,245
- (3) Home - £854,377
- (-) Child 44 - £505,558
- (7) Woman in Gold - £372,423
- (5) The SpongeBob Movie: Sponge out of Water - £365,505
- (-) A Little Chaos - £331,530
- (4) The DUFF - £326,105
- (6) John Wick - £311,102
- (8) Paul Blart: Mall Cop 2 - £289,809
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