Universal's American Pie: The Wedding was the number two international film atthe weekend, grossing $7m from 2,069 sites in eight countries for a $56.6mrunning total.
The comedy sequel opened number one in Mexico on a mighty $1.1mfrom 271 and 31% market share.
It was 22% behind the opening of 2001's American Pie 2 and 143% bigger than that of 1999's AmericanPie.
Sweden opened on a strong $340,000 from 50, which was 15% biggerthan American Pie 2.
In its third week in Germany the film fell to second behind newarrival Pirates Of The Caribbean, grossing $2m from 678 locations and dropping 50% for $14m.
Austria added $280,000 for $2.4m in its third week, dropping 59%to second place due to the Pirates bow. It is 1% ahead of American Pie 2 and 19% bigger than American Pie.
Spain raised its running total to $6.3m in its third week, adding$903,000 from 275 and dropping 40% in fourth place.
In the UK the film has amassed $23.2m after 24 days, helped by a$1.6m haul from 423 at the weekend.
Despite a 34% drop it is still tracking 3% ahead of AmericanPie 2 and has alreadypassed American Pie'sfinal total of $22.1m.
In Australia American Pie: The Wedding took $321,000 from 211, dropping 35% forfifth place in its fifth week.
The film has grossed $7.9m and has already passed American Pie2's $6.9m final gross and is tracking at thesame level as American Pie.
Switzerland added $436,000 from 55, dropping 27% for $1.2m in itssecond week.
2 Fast 2 Furious grossed $367,000 from 90 in its opening weekend in Korea, whichwas 51% bigger than the first three days of the 2001 original.
Japan added$543,000 from 158, dropping 35% in its third week for $4.6m and ninth place inTokyo and the key cities.