Despite Hannibal taking a large bite out of the UK box office over the weekend, four other openers faired well, no doubt owing a debt of gratitude to sell-out screenings of the UIP monster, which turned hungry audiences toward other titles. As reported on screendaily.com yesterday, Hannibal became the highest grossing 18-certificate opener ever in the UK and the fifth largest opener of all time. The behemoth commanded the top spot with a mighty $9,292,511 (£6,402,540) from 421 sites, with a colossal site average of $22,072.Although it lost the top spot after a two-week reign Icon's What Women Want still pulled in strong receipts. The film, which provided a romantic alternative to Hannibal's thrills, brought in $2,357,868 (£1,624,571) in its third week on release. The Mel Gibson starrer also showed a strong screen average with $5,601.The Emperor's New Groove, the latest offering from the house of mouse, gave BVI third position with takings of $1,793,553 (£1,235,758) from 442 sites. Another animated offering for the half-term week, 20th Century Fox's Digimon: The Movie, faired less well taking just $292,842 (£201,768) from 305 sites for a poor site average of $960. However Momentum Pictures' The Adventures Of Rocky & Bullwinkle continued to show surprising strength in its second week, retaining its fifth position and dropping just 29% from last week. The film, which features Robert DeNiro and Coyote Ugly's Piper Perabo, took a solid $727,784 (£501,443) from 371 sites over the three-day weekend.Entertainment's fantasy adventure Dungeons & Dragons faired well on just 140 sites managing $583,276 (£401,877) for an average of $4,166, and took eighth position. Redbus' State And Main also made it into the chart in 14th place, taking $117,939 (£81,260) from only 28 sites and a site average of $4,212. Although failing to reach a chart position the BFI re-release of Audrey Hepburn classic Breakfast At Tiffany's showed the highest site average (after Hannibal) of the weekend. The film took $38,663 (£26,639) from just 5 sites to record a powerful $7,733 average, darling!