Mr Bean's Holiday has topped the UK and Ireland box office for the second week, beating ice skating comedy Blades Of Glory into second place.
Mr Bean's Holiday is the second film outing for Atkinson's alter ego
The Rowan Atkinson movie made £2.5m over the Easter weekend, giving it a box office haul of £14.3m so far.
Blades Of Glory, which stars Jon Heder and Will Ferrell as rival figure skaters, entered at two, taking £1m.
It was less than £1,000 ahead of war epic 300, which dropped one place to number three.
Critically acclaimed British sci-fi film Sunshine, which stars Cillian Murphy as an astronaut on a mission to restart the failing sun, was a new entry at four - also taking £1m
UK AND IRELAND TOP FIVE
1. Mr Bean's Holiday, £2.452m
2. Blades Of Glory, £1.024m (including previews)
3. 300, £1.023m
4. Sunshine, £1.021m
5. Meet the Robinsons, £622,000
Source: Screen International
Disney's Meet The Robinsons, an animation about a boy genius, rounded out the top five, with takings of £446,282.
Elsewhere in the charts, British film Provoked was a new entry at number 11, despite the fact it was only shown in 35 cinemas.
The film tells the true story of a British woman, Kiranjit Ahluwalia, who was jailed in 1989 for killing her violent husband by setting him on fire.
Starring Bollywood actress Aishwarya Rai alongside Miranda Richardson, Robbie Coltrane and EastEnders actor Steve McFadden, it took £118,876 over three days.