London (Reuters): Road-racing movie The Fast and the Furious: Tokyo Drift clung to top spot in the British box office chart over the weekend, holding off a strong challenge from Keanu Reeves and Sandra Bullock. Tokyo Drift grossed 1.02 million pounds over its second weekend at the top, compared to 761,465 for newcomer The Lake House, a romantic mystery which brings Reeves and Bullock together for the first time since their 1994 action hit Speed. Third, according to Screen International figures, was a resurgent Da Vinci Code, back up from fifth. X-Men: The Last Stand was fourth, ahead of director Ken Loach's Irish historical movie The Wind that Shakes the Barley, making its debut at five.
New at six was Chinese martial arts movie Fearless while horror classic The Omen was down at seven from third. Eighth down from four was Internet-based thriller Hard Candy, one ahead of a first appearance for Indian movie Krrish. New at 10 was Ultraviolet, with Milla Jovovich, the critically panned tale of a beautiful vampire in a futuristic world.