John C. Reilly's animated Disney movie Wreck-It Ralph has blown away the new Die Hard film to reclaim the top spot at the U.K. box office in its third weekend of release.
Bruce Willis' blockbuster A Good Day to Die Hard, which was number one last week (ends24Feb13), was pushed into second place after family favourite Wreck-It Ralph pulled in $5.5 million (£3.4 million) over the weekend (23-24Feb13).
The fifth installment in the Die Hard franchise earned $2.6 million (£1.6 million) after suffering a 64 per cent dip in its first-weekend takings.
Horror movie Mama, starring Oscar nominee Jessica Chastain, came third with takings of $2.4 million (£1.5 million), while Academy Award-winning movie musical Les Miserables held steady at four with a haul of $1.2 million (£765,367).
British romantic comedy I Give It A Year rounded out the top five, with $1 million (£630,000).
The long-awaited fourth season of 'Peaky Blinders' debuts later this year, with Tom Hardy now confirmed to reprise his role as Alfie Solomons.
For the sci-fi horror thriller Life, Jake Gyllenhaal and Ryan Reynolds team up to play astronauts trying to contain an aggressive alien creature.
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