Christopher Nolan's mind-bending epic Inception is back on top of the UK and Ireland Box Office 10 years after its original release.
A special re-release of the movie, which stars Leonardo DiCaprio, Ken Watanabe and Tom Hardy, pulled in £207,675 as the cinema industry continues to take its first tentative steps back towards normality.
Inception's return comes a fortnight before the much-anticipated release of Nolan's new time-travelling movie Tenet, which has been delayed by around six weeks due to coronavirus.
Russell Crowe's Unhinged was second with £136,347 for a total of £675,916 in three weeks to date, while a new version of Pinocchio opened third on £108,626.
Other new releases include Irish crime thriller Broken Law in sixth on £52,748 and romantic drama Babyteeth, eighth on £38,977.
Watch the trailer for Tenet below: