The Amazing Spider-Man has leapt to the top of the UK box office on its debut weekend, taking a whopping £11m in ticket sales.
And the superhero reboot movie's take, which includes preview sales from last Tuesday, Wednesday and Thursday, gives it the second-biggest opening weekend of the year so far.
Only another Marvel comic book adaptation, the Avengers movie, surpassed it - with a staggering £15.78m.
The new Spidey film features British actor Andrew Garfield as the young webslinger and Emma Stone as his love interest Gwen Stacy.
It outsold its nearest competition, Ice Age 4: Continental Drift, by a factor of 11 - with that film taking just £719k.
The Five-Year Engagement was at No 3 in the box office with just over £500k, while Katy Perry's Part Of Me took around £450k at No 4.
The movie also topped the box office in the US at the weekend.
The full UK box office top 10 is...
1 (-) The Amazing Spider-Man - £11,091,972
2 (1) Ice Age 4: Continental Drift - £719,769
3 (3) The Five-Year Engagement - £514,702
4 (-) Katy Perry: Part of Me - £449,491
5 (4) Men in Black 3 - £389,853
6 (2) Prometheus - £324,779
7 (5) Snow White and the Huntsman - £312,318
8 (-) Bol Bachchan - £160,941
9 (7) Friends with Kids - £134,752
10 (10) Killer Joe - £122,831