The Amazing Spider-man has swung into the top spot of the U.K. box office chart, outstripping the combined earnings of its rivals.
The film, starring Andrew Garfield and Emma Stone, opened in Britain on 3 July (12) and by the end of the weekend (07-08Jul12) it had garnered takings of $17.6 million (£11 million).
The blockbuster bumped animated children's movie Ice Age 4: Continental Drift into second place ($1.1 million/£719,769), while romantic comedy The Five-Year Engagement pulled in $823,523 (£514,702) to hang on to third place.
Katy Perry's 3D concert movie Part of Me debuted at four with $719,185 (£449,491), while Will Smith's Men in Black 3 dropped one place to five ($623,764/£389,853).
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