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Sex still dominates UK box office

The Sex and the City stars at the German premiere
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Sex and the City has kept cinema goers hooked, topping the UK and Ireland box office chart for a second week running.

The film, starring Sarah Jessica Parker, took 3.1m, keeping Indiana Jones and the Kingdom of the Crystal Skull in second place with 2.67m.

Despite mixed reviews, Superhero Movie, a spoof of Spiderman and Superman, was the highest new entry at three.

Two other new entries, Prom Night and Gone Baby Gone, took the fourth and fifth spots.

Ben Affleck's directorial debut Gone Baby Gone, a thriller about the abduction of a four-year-old, was originally postponed due to similarities to the Madeleine McCann case.

1. Sex and the City - 3.08m
2. Indiana Jones and the Kingdom of the Crystal Skull - 2.67m
3. Superhero Movie - 851,353
4. Prom Night- 507,985
5. Gone Baby Gone- 351,127
Source: Screen International

Rom-com What Happens in Vegas, starring Cameron Diaz, begun its fall down the chart, landing at number six, while previous box office hit Iron Man dropped to seventh.

Indian film Sarkar Raj, starring Bollywood beauty Aishwarya Rai Bachchan, took 186,361 to be a new entry at eight.

Oscar-nominated Mongol, a Kazakhstan film about the early life of Genghis Khan, was the top 10's final new entry at nine.

Comedy sequel Harold & Kumar Escape From Guantanamo Bay completed the chart.

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