Disney's animated underwater adventure Finding Nemo has reclaimed the number one slot at the US box office.
The Disney cartoon has broken box office records
The record-breaking cartoon sold an estimated $29.2m (£17.5m) worth of tickets across the US and Canada during the a three-day period beginning on Friday.
It took the top spot back from the street-racing sequel 2 Fast 2 Furious, which made $19.1m (£11.49m) in its second week.
Finding Nemo, which recorded the most successful ever opening for a cartoon, has now taken $192.3m (£115.6m) in its first three weeks at the box office.
Industry observers expect the film to take up to $300m (£180m) - although it faces tough competition from The Hulk opening next weekend.
Hollywood Homicide, a police comedy starring Harrison Ford, opened at number five in the box office chart with receipts of $11.7m (£7m).
Family cartoon Rugrats Go Wild went in at four with takings of $12.5m (£7.52m), while low-budget comedy prequel Dumb and Dumberer: When Harry Met Lloyd was at six with $11.1m (£6.6m).
Bruce Almighty, the latest Jim Carrey comedy, is the number three film with weekend earnings of $14.2m (£8.5m), taking its total to $193.8m (£116.5m) after four weekends.