X-Men: Apocalypse holds off Alice at UK box office
X Men: Apocalypse has topped the UK box office chart for the second week in a row, holding off competition from Alice Through The Looking Glass.
The ninth instalment of the X Men film series took £2.54m on its second week of release.
Alice Through The Looking Glass, starring Johnny Depp and directed by James Bobin, took £2.23m debuted at number two.
Its predecessor, Alice in Wonderland, took £10.5m in its first week in 2010.
The UK chart mirrors the North American box office, which also saw Alice beaten into second place by X Men on Memorial Day weekend.
Angry Birds, the film based on the popular game, was the third most popular film in the UK, with takings of £919,000.
Jodie Foster's fourth film as a director, Money Monster, entered the UK box office chart at number four after taking £821,000 in its first weekend.
The movie stars George Clooney as a TV financial news presenter who is taken hostage by a gunman live on air.
Another new entry, Love and Friendship, starring Kate Beckinsale, enters at number eight, having taken £263,000 on its opening weekend.