Warner Bros Pictures International's (WBPI) Beowulf still looks like the one to beat this weekend as it bears down on the $50m mark.

The animated adventure has amassed $48.4m to date and should race toward $75m this weekend with launches in Australia on November 29, Brazil and Sweden on November 30 and Japan on December 1.

Latest figures from WBPI put The Brave One on $32.8m, The Invasion on $24.4m, License To Wed on $27m and No Reservations on $49.2m.

Fox International's action thriller Hitman is in the early days of release and gets a big push with 17 launches including Russia, South Korea and Singapore on November 29, followed by the UK, Mexico and Spain on November 30.

Lions For Lambs has grossed $27m so far and launches in three small territories. The crime drama We Own The Night launches in Fox International's only territory of Taiwan on December 1.

DreamWorks-Paramount's US animated hit Bee Movie has amassed $12.5m and should boost that tally this weekend with seven launches though PPI that include Mexico and Spain on November 30 and Taiwan on December 1.

DreamWorks-Paramount's The Heartbreak Kid, currently on $64.9m, opens through PPI in France on November 28.

Universal's action thriller The Kingdom has grossed $33.4m and opens in five territories through UPI including Italy on November 30. UPI opens We Own The Night in Switzerland on November 28.

Walt Disney Studios Motion Pictures International's Enchanted is understood to have scored an impressive opening day in France on November 28. Figures were unavailable at time of writing, however a full report will appear here on Sunday [December 2]. The fairy tale has taken $10.3m so far.

Ratatouile stands at $403m and is bearing down on Spider-Man 2's $410m mark to become the 27th biggest international release of all time. The Game Plan stands at $15.7m.

Sony Pictures Releasing International (SPRI) opens the vampire thriller 30 Days Of Night in Mexico on November 30; SPRI shares overseas rights with Mandate International. The film has grossed $14.8m overseas so far.

SPRI's comedy Superbad stands at $46.3m, Surf's Up has taken $82.3m and Resident Evil has grossed $91m through all distributors. Daddy Day Camp opens in Australia on November 29.

The animated film The Winx Club: The Secret Of The Lost Kingdom opens in Italy on 600 prints through 01 on November 30.