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