Vantage Point shoots to UK number 1
New figures from Nielsen show the film, which follows the aftermath of an assassination attempt on the US president from five different perspectives, took over £1.4 million at cinemas.
It was followed by period bodice-ripper The Other Boleyn Girl, which stars Natalie Portman (Leon), Scarlett Johanssan (Lost In Translation) and Eric Bana (Troy).
Family comedy The Game Plan made it a trio of debutants at the top of the chart, while crime caper The Bank Job dropped from last week's top spot to number four.
Uma Thurman (Pulp Fiction, The Producers) comedy The Accidental Husband spent a second week on the chart at five, followed by teleportation action flick Jumper and Jack Black's Be Kind, Rewind.
Wise-cracking indie hit Juno continued its run in the top ten at eight, while Will Ferrell's comedy skills pay the bills at nine with Semi-Pro.
Oscar-winning epic There Will Be Blood completes the line-up of this week's top draws at the UK cinema.
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