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Big in America: Tin Cup, a golfing comedy directed by Ron Bull Durham Shelton, aka king of the sports movie, and starring Kevin Costner; and The Fan, in which Robert De Niro stalks Wesley Snipes. (All figures denote weekend box-office)

TOP US

1 (-) Tin Cup ($10,128,834) US

2 (1) Jack ($8,622,852) US

3 (2) A Time to Kill ($8,122,960) US

4 (-) The Fan ($6,271,406) US

5 (4) Independence Day ($5,810,981) US

6 (3) Escape From LA ($4,247,255) US

7 (5) Matilda ($3,009,427) US

8 (-) Alaska ($2,914,992) US

9 (-) Bordello of Blood ($2,634,170) US

10 (6) Phenomenon ($2,631,759) US

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TOP LONDON

1 (1) Independence Day (pounds 303,167) US

2 (2) Twister (pounds 36,277) US

3 (3) Mission: Impossible (pounds 33,957) US

4 (5) The Rock (pounds 20,833) US

5 (4) James and the Giant Peach (pounds 18,369) US

6 (6) The Truth About Cats and Dogs (pounds 14,064) US

7 (8) The Hunchback of Notre Dame (pounds 12,200) US

8 (7) Fargo (pounds 11,807) US

9 (10) Trainspotting (pounds 9,025) UK

10 (-) The Crossing Guard (pounds 7,814) US

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