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Up maintains flight at UK cinemas

Disney Pixar's Up also topped the US box office

Disney Pixar's latest animation, Up, is top of the UK and Ireland box office for the third week running.

The movie, about an old man who ties balloons to his house to make it airborne, took £3.8m in the last week.

Horror film Saw VI was the highest new entry at number two, followed by Wes Anderson's animated adaptation of Roald Dahl's Fantastic Mr Fox at three.

Fifth-placed Cirque Du Freak: The Vampire's Assistant was the only other new entry, with takings of £797,422.

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