Need for Speed has topped the UK box office on its first weekend on release.
Need for Speed fared better with UK audiences than it did in the Us, where it charted at number three over the weekend.
The UK box office figures in full from Friday, March 14-Sunday, March 16:
1. (-) Need for Speed - £2,011,249
2. (3) The Grand Budapest Hotel »
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