Eva's all at sea
Sea is swapped for sand in the spectacular Greeks v Persians sequel 300: Rise of An Empire.
Eva Green plays a vampish lady admiral whose massive fleet is pitched against the Greek navy led by brooding Athenian hero Themistokles (Sullivan Stapleton).
In Wes Anderson's The Grand Budapest Hotel, Ralph Fiennes sparkles as a raffish concierge who finds himself accused of murder and has to count on the backing of bellboy Zero Moustapha (Tony Revolori).
Danny Trejo plays Bullet, a hard-boiled Los Angeles undercover cop who has to bring all this strengths to play when hoodlums kidnap his grandson.
In the cartoon adventure Escape From Planet Earth, astronaut Scorch Supernova (voiced by Brendan Fraser) finds himself caught in a trap when he responds to an SOS from notoriously dangerous alien world - The Dark Planet (aka Earth).
UK BOX OFFICE TOP TEN
The plastic brick blockbuster The Lego Movie stays at the top of the pile for a third week.
The laugh-a-minute plot sees lowly builder Emmet (Chris Pratt) mistakenly chosen to lead the rebellion against President Business (Will Ferrell), an evil tyrant who plans to put the entire Lego world under his control.
In second spot Liam Neeson plays an air marshal who has to save a plan-load of passengers in the high-flying thriller Non-Stop.
New at number three, Kevin Hart and Ice Cube are the mis-matched couple in the comedy Ride Along who have to work things out while patrolling the mean streets of Atlanta.
The rest of the chart stays pretty much the same except for the appearance of World War II drama The Book Thief at number four.
1 The Lego Movie
2 Non-Stop (new)
3 Ride Along (new)
4 The Book Thief (new)
5 Mr Peabody & Sherman
6 Tinker Bell and the Pirate Fairy
7 The Monuments Men
8 The Wolf of Wall Street
9 12 Years A Slave
UK Box Office updated 6/3/14: