Asterix At The Olympic Games won the gold medal again this weekend, generating a dynamite $24.5m after expanding in six territories.

The top-40 films generated $192.4m across 43,382 screens from the period of February 8-10.

For the full international chart, compiled by Len Klady, click here.

Pathe's latest instalment of the Asterix franchise opened number one in Spain, where it took $2.7m, beating out rival openers No Country For Old Men (starring local favourite Javier Bardem) and 30 Days Of Night.

It debuted at number two in Italy, where it took $1.8m, falling just behind local romantic drama Quiet Chaos which took $2.2m in the territory.

Overall, Asterix played on 3,925 screens for a $6,248 screen average in 25 territories and fell by 36%. It has generated $72.5m after two weekends on release.

Chinese language film Kung Fu Dunk opened into the top 10 with a $6.9m weekend take on 809 screens for an $8,570 screen average. The basketball comedy, distributed through Emperor Motion Pictures, has grossed nearly $11m from five territories, including previews. It is directed by Yen-Ping Chu and based on the comic by Takehiko Inoue.

Meanwhile, CJ7 continues its lucrative run after expanding in four territories, including Singapore and Thailand. The sci-fi comedy was up a mammoth 82% with an $11.6m take across 1,059 screens for a $10,945 screen average - the second highest average of the weekend. It has made $29m after two weekends on release.

Japan had a top-10 hit with new entry L: Change The World, which took $6.3m across 533 screens in four territories, including Hong Kong and Thailand.

The thriller, distributed by Warner Bros, boasted the highest screen average this weekend at $11,305. The Death Note series sequel generated $5.29m on 444,076 admissions in its home territory, marking the biggest opening of the year so far in Japan.

Glorious Team Batista, Japan's second new entry, made the top 30 with a near $2.5m take across 284 screens. The medical thriller, based on Takeru Kaido's best-selling novel, had a $8,627 screen average after only opening in its home territory. It is released through Toho.

Toho had another top 40 hit with Flowers In The Shadow, which fell by just 15% in its third weekend with a $1.5m take on 312 screens. It has generated $10.2m to date.

Four Korean films generated a collective $12.6m, accounting for 6.6% of the top 40 revenue. Studio 2.0's Lovers Of 6 Years opened with a $3.1m take on 320 screens in its home territory for a $9,829 screen average. The romantic comedy, starring Kim Ha-Neul and Yoon Kye-Sang has taken $5.2m to date, including previews.

A slew of holdovers were up, thanks to last year's Chinese New Year. CH Entertainment's Once Upon A Time In Corea was up a whopping 70% this weekend with a $3.4m take on 334 screens for a $10,102 screen average.

The film, directed by Jeong Yong-Gi, has generated more than $8m after two weekends on release. And thriller The Game was also up 20% with a $3.1m take on 318 screens. It boasts an $8.7m international tally to date.

Women's Team Handball was up 45% with a $3.1m take on 313 screens for a $9,787 screen average. The sporting adventure has taken a whopping $25.4m after five weekends on release.

Russian drama Montana barely made the top 40 this weekend with a $1.4m take from 503 screens. The film, produced by Pantera Productions, had a $2,831 screen average over three territories. It is directed by Aleksandr Atanesyan (Svolochi, Summer Rain) and stars Oleg Taktarov.

Elsewhere, J.J. Abrams' Cloverfield fell 27% in its fourth weekend with a $13.4m take on $3,451 screens. It has taken nearly $56.9m to date. Oscar hopeful Juno was up a massive 216% after opening in the UK, France, Belgium, Mexico and the Netherlands with a $8.3m weekend take while Saw IV re-entered the chart after opening to number one in Germany.