Fast & Furious 6 has topped the UK box office, and broke a few records on the way.
The movie sees Vin Diesel and Paul Walker return to the franchise while this movie marks the final instalment for director Justin Lin.
It grossed £8.7 million in it's opening weekend; which is not only the largest ever debut for a film in this franchise in the UK but it is also a record for Universal.
Fast & Furious 6 may have only just hit the big screen but filming on a seventh instalment is set to get underway later this year.
The Great Gatsby was the second and final new entry inside the top ten this week as it opened at number two.
Star Trek Into Darkness slipped two place this week after just one week in the top spot. Former number one Iron Man 3 was also down two places at four.
It has been another fantastic week for the latest Marvel movie as it broke the $1 billion barrier.
All Stars rounded off the top five as the family friendly movie fell just one place to five.
Matthew McConaughey's new film Mud was up one at six while The Croods fell two places to seven.
21 & Over was the biggest faller this week as the comedy slipped five places from three to eight.
Olympus Has Fallen was down three at nine while I'm So Excited dropped two places from eight to ten.
1. (-) Fast & Furious 6 - £8,717,534
2. (-) The Great Gatsby - £4,095,325
3. (1) Star Trek Into Darkness - £3,678,228
4. (2) Iron Man 3 - £1,400,462
5. (4) All Stars - £196,579
6. (7) Mud - £129,149
7. (5) The Croods - £120,007
8. (3) 21 & Over - £108,920
9. (6) Olympus Has Fallen - £65,180
10. (8) I'm So Excited - £45,728