Finding Dory beats David Brent at UK box office
Finding Dory has returned to the top spot at the UK box office, holding off competition from Suicide Squad and David Brent: Life on the Road.
The animated Pixar film took a further £2.86m over the weekend, bringing its total UK takings to date to £32.4m.
Superhero film Suicide Squad was not far behind with £2.55m.
But both films outshone this week's highest new entry - Ricky Gervais' David Brent film - which debuted at number three with £1.46m.
The film sees Gervais return as Brent, the character he originally played in the hugely successful BBC sitcom The Office.
Jason Bourne took £1.26m to remain at number four, while The BFG was also a non-mover at five with £1.24m.
|UK and Ireland box office|
|1. Finding Dory - £2.86m|
|2. Suicide Squad - £2.55m|
|3. David Brent: Life on the Road - £1.46m|
|4. Jason Bourne - £1.26m|
|5. The BFG - £1.24m|
Three new entries entered in the lower half of the top 10 - with horror film Lights Out landing at six with £1.27m.
Swallows and Amazons, based on the children's novel of the same name, took £676,000 to debut at number eight.
Nine Lives, which sees a billionaire played by Kevin Spacey become trapped in the body of a cat, entered at number nine after taking £637,000.