Frozen II gives UK rivals the cold shoulder for third week.

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Frozen II, the follow up to 2013’s box office smash, continued to dominate the UK Box Office.

The continuing adventures of Elsa, Anna and Olaf bagged another £4.3m to take its domestic tally to £33.6m in its third week.

That meant that Agatha Christie style whodunit Knives Out, starring Daniel Craig, remained in second spot, with Emilia Clarke’s festive rom-com Last Christmas holding up in third.

Event Cinema’s Les Miserables: The Staged Concert debuted in fourth with £946k, with crime drama Blue Story dipping to fifth.

Elsewhere Christian Bale’s Le Mans ’66 continued in the slow lane in sixth, while re-release of the classic Gremlins hatched in seventh with £162k.

Edward Norton’s film noir Motherless Brooklyn parked up in eighth with £153k on debut, while another festive rerelease in Will Ferrell comedy Elf opened in ninth with £148k, while Charlie’s Angels fell from grace to tenth.

Liam Neeson drama Ordinary Love opened in 14th with £66k.