The Boratinvasion spreads to five new territories this weekend as Fox Internationallooks forward to the comedy sweeping past $50m.
Borat iscurrently on $48.6m and approaches its third weekend with openings scheduled infive territories.
Anti-American sentiment in France should ensure a robust debutthere when Boratlaunches on Nov 15, and studio executives are also looking forward to theSpanish launch on Nov 17.
The Devil Wears Prada now stands at $165.6m and opens in Japan on Nov 18 as well asEgypt.
A Good Year follows up last weekend's major expansion with five newterritories including South Korea on Nov 16. The lighthearted drama has grossed$9.2m to date.
Latest Fox figures put Little Miss Sunshine on $21.8m and My Super Ex-Girlfriend, which opens in Italy on Nov 17, on$31.7m. Volver hastaken $3.1m from Fox International's Latin American markets.
Dance drama Step Up, which has taken $14.1m from its handful of Universal markets,opens through UIP in France on Nov 15.
Paramount's romance remake The Last Kiss opens in Germany on Nov 16, while NachoLibre goes out in Italyon Nov 17 and stands at $18.6m.
Saw IIIis performing well overseas and currently stands at $27.2m through Lionsgateand a handful of Buena Vista International (BVI) markets.
The horror sequel launches in Russia and Japan on Nov 16and 18, as well as Mexico through BVI on Nov 17. The BVI tally of the overallgross has reached $6.7m.
BVI opens The Nightmare Before Christmas in 3D in the UK and Mexico on Nov 17, while TheGuardian sets sail inBrazil on Nov 17 and stands at $22.4m. Santa Clause 3 opens in Australia on Nov 16 and is inthe early stages of release.
Warner Bros Pictures International (WBPI) opens The Departed in Mexico on Nov 17; the crime thrillerstands at $59.6m including Non-WBPI territories.
The Prestige has grossed $11.8m to date and goes out in France on Nov 15 andAustralia on Nov 16. Flags Of Our Fathers has grossed $13.4m to date.
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