Seth MacFarlane comedy Ted has ended the chart-topping reign of The Dark Knight Rises.
The Universal Pictures release, about the friendship between a man (Mark Wahlberg) and his talking teddy bear buddy (MacFarlane), took an impressive £9.3m to top the UK chart after its first week on release.
The Dark Knight Rises slipped to second, but grossed £4.3m over its third weekend on release, while Diary of a Wimpy Kid: Dog Days debuted in third and Brave entered the Top 10 based on Scottish and Irish preview showings.
The Top 10 films at the UK box office are (last week's position in brackets):
1 Ted - £9,330,700 (-)
2 The Dark Knight Rises - £4,290,605 (1)
3 Diary of a Wimpy Kid: Dog Days - £1,537,178 (-)
4 Ice Age: Continental Drift - £1,213,388 (3)
5 Dr Seuss' The Lorax - £856,003 (2)
6 Brave - £820,084 (-)
7 The Amazing Spider-Man - £392,715 (4)
8 Magic Mike - £288,189 (5)
9 Mirror Mirror - £60,769 (-)
10 Searching for Sugar Man - £42,416 (7)