UK box office: The Accountant is highest new entry
The Accountant has entered the UK box office at number three, making it the highest new entry this week.
It took £1.6m in its opening weekend, but could not topple Doctor Strange or Trolls from the first two spots.
The Marvel film starring Benedict Cumberbatch topped the chart for a second week, taking £3.4m, while Trolls stayed at number two, with £2m.
There was another new entry for A Street Cat Named Bob, based on the true story of a homeless man and his cat.
It entered the UK box office at number four taking £990,000.
The Accountant sees Ben Affleck appear as Christian Wolff, who uses his accountancy office as a front for his work for criminal organisations.
The thriller, also starring Anna Kendrick, topped the US box office on its opening weekend there.
|UK box office top five|
|1. Doctor Strange - £3.4m|
|2. Trolls - £2m|
|3. The Accountant - £1.6m|
|4. A Street Cat Named Bob - £990,000|
|5. Nocturnal Animals - £760,000|
Nocturnal Animals, by fashion designer and director Tom Ford, was another new entry in the top five, taking £760,000.
The film, starring Amy Adams and Jake Gyllenhaal, is the second from Ford, after A Single Man, which was released in 2009.
Elsewhere in the top 10, The Light Between Oceans - a period romance starring Michael Fassbender and Alicia Vikander - entered the chart at number six, taking £730,000 on its opening weekend.
The Girl on the Train stayed in the top 10 for a fifth week, at number seven, followed by Jack Reacher: Never Go Back, Storks and Bridget Jones's Baby, which is now in its eighth week.