Next, a sci-fi thriller starring Nicolas Cage and Julianne Moore, has topped the UK box office.
Cage stars as a Las Vegas magician with unusual powers
The film, which made £795,000, took over the John Travolta comedy Wild Hogs at number one after two weeks.
Next sees Cage playing a Las Vegas magician who can see two minutes into the future, and FBI attempts to use his talent to foil a terrorist plot.
Sir Anthony Hopkins' thriller Fracture and Mr Bean's Holiday also featured in the top 10.
UK AND IRELAND TOP FIVE
1. Next - £795,012
2. Wild Hogs - £654,684
3. Fracture - £577,881
4. Mr Bean's Holiday - £507,064
5. Blades of Glory - £462,622
Source: Screen International
Period drama The Painted Veil and Indian film Ta Ra Rum Rum were the only two new entries in the UK top 10, in what proved a lacklustre week at the box office.
This is England, from British director Shane Meadows, just missed the top 10, taking £207,676 in its opening week.
Internationally, road movie Wild Hogs maintains its hold on to the box office, taking $7.2m (£3.59m) to reach a total haul of $55m (£27.4m) outside Canada and North America.
Mr Bean's Holiday added a further $7.1m (£3.54m), taking its total international gross to more than $150m (£74.8m).