Ice Age: THE MELTDOWN has grabbed the top spot in the UK movie chart, taking GBP9.8 million ($17 million) at the box office in its first weekend on release. The animated hit, which also sits atop the international box office, raked in 10 times more than new entry SHE'S THE MAN, which comes in second with GBP994,000 ($1.7 million). ALIEN AUTOPSY, starring TV funnymen ANT and DEC, debuts at number three with GBP796,000 ($1.3 million), while Spike Lee heist movie INSIDE MAN falls three places to number four. The SARAH JESSICA PARKER-starring romantic comedy FAILURE TO LAUNCH drops from number two to fifth place. The only other top 10 new entry is UK-German film THE DARK, which charts at number seven with GBP265,000 ($460,000).
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