Disney film Bolt has remained at the top of the UK box office charts despite the release of romantic comedy Confessions of a Shopaholic.
The animation took £3 million in its second weekend on release to retain the number one spot, with Confessions earning £2.8 million.
Former Home And Away star Isla Fisher - engaged to Borat actor Sacha Baron Cohen - stars in the latter as shopping-obsessed journalist Rebecca Bloomwood who lands a job on a financial magazine despite her personal mountain of debt.
Multiple Oscar winner Slumdog Millionaire dropped one place to third while The Curious Case of Benjamin Button -which was nominated for 13 Academy awards but won just three - fell to fifth.
The only other new entry in this week's UK chart was sci-fi thriller Push, starring Chris Evans and Dakota Fanning as young Americans with special powers pursued by a shady government organisation.
The top ten films at the UK box office are: (last week's position)
1 Bolt - £3 million (1)
2 Confessions of a Shopaholic - £2.8 million (-)
3 Slumdog Millionaire - £1.5 million (2)
4 Hotel for Dogs - £1.2 million (5)
5 The Curious Case of Benjamin Button - £1 million (4)
6 He's Just Not That Into You - £974,319 (3)
7 Push - £625,300 (-)
8 The Pink Panther 2 - £595,956 (8)
9 Notorious - £482,498 (7)
10 Vicky Cristina Barcelona - £333,456 (9)
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