Cinderella, Insurgent and Home are locked in a close contest for supremacy at the international box office before Universal’s Furious 7 roars out of the gates next week.
Cinderella, Disney’s latest version of the timeless classic, looks to be the slight favourite heading into a big third weekend.
The Walt Disney Studios Motion Pictures International release stands at $146.6m internationally and has debuts set for the UK, Australia, France, Brazil and Spain.
Insurgent will push it hard and has amassed approximately $68m through Thursday via Lionsgate International.
The YA adaptation starring Shailene Woodley, Theo James and Kate Winslet should cross $100m by Sunday and arrives in five new markets, among them South Korea via Joyncontents Group.
By last weekend the second entry in the franchise had amassed more than $6m in France, more than $4.4m in the UK, more than $4.2m in Brazil and more than $3.7m in both Mexico and CIS.
Disney’s Oscar winner Big Hero 6 stands at $425.9m while Into The Woods has reached $73.1m.
DreamWorks Animation’s Home will look to build on last weekend’s opening salvo as it rolls into a further 55 markets via Fox International.
Highlights are expected from Germany, Mexico, Italy and Argentina and the early running total has reached $25.9m.
Kingsman: The Secret Service on $183.6m enters China, while The Second Best Exotic Marigold Hotel on $36.6m arrives in Spain and Norway.
Warner Bros Pictures International’s Will Smith caper film Focus has grossed $74.5m and arrives in France and Spain, while the Liam Neeson action release Run All Night stands at an early $17.6m.
American Sniper is at $186m and Jupiter Ascending $131.1m. The Will Ferrell and Kevin Hart comedy Get Hard arrives this weekend in the UK ands Australia day-and-date with North America.
Universal Pictures International’s Fifty Shades Of Grey has amassed $396.4m while The Theory Of Everything stands at $83.7m.
However all eyes will be on next week when the distributor unleashes the seventh chapter in the smash Fast & Furious franchise.
Sony Pictures Releasing International’s Annie stands at $45.1m while Chappie has reached $44.4m.
The SpongeBob Movie: Sponge Out Of Water stands at $122.3m via Paramount Pictures International.