Warner Bros Pictures International's (WBPI) Beowulf ruled the roost last weekend and should do the same this weekend as it goes out in France and Belgium on November 21, Russia and Holland on November 22 and Spain on November 23. It has so far taken $17.3m

Latest figures put The Brave One on $32.4m, Invasion on $23.6m, License To Wed on $27m and No Reservations on $49m.

DreamWorks-Paramount's comedy remake The Heartbreak Kid has reached $54.3m so far and opens in six territories through PPI including Australia and Hong Kong on November 22 and Taiwan on November 24.

The true-life drama A Mighty Heart, currently on $8.2m, opens in Japan on November 23. The mystery remake Sleuth opens in the UK on November 23.

Universal's historical drama Elizabeth: The Golden Age currently stands at $23.5m through UPI and sets sail for eight foreign lands including South Korea on November 22 and India on November 23.

Horror title Dead Silence is in the early stages of release and launches in France on November 21 and Mexico on November 23.

Terrorism thriller The Kingdom has grossed $31.2m to date and launches in seven including Hong Kong and Singapore on November 22 followed a day later by Spain and Brazil. Italian comedy Lezioni Di Cioccolato opens in Italy on November 23.

Fox International launches the video game adaptation Hitman in 11 smaller territories day-and-date with North America, and The Darjeeling Limited in the UK and Brazil on November 23.

UA's anti-war parable Lions For Lambs has grossed $20m and opens in France on November 21. Die Hard 4.0 stands at $244.7m and The Seeker has grossed $19.7m.

Sony Pictures Releasing International's Surf's Up has grossed $81.5m and Superbad has taken $46m. Saawariya stands at $18m while Resident Evil: Extinction has grossed $86.3m through all distributors.