UPDATE: Warner Bros Pictures International confirmed on Monday (Aug 6) that The Dark Knight Rises grossed $66.7m at the weekend from 15,400 screens in 58 markets and drew 9.4m admissions. The running total has reached $378.1m.

Fox International said Ice Age: Continental Drift added $33.3m from 13,569 screens in 62 markets to raise the running total to $587.6m. Leading markets are Germany on $52.9m after five weekends, France on $46.2m after six, Russia on $44.7m after four and Mexico on $44.5m after six. The UK has generated $38.5m after four.

China produced $10m from 3,500 in the second weekend for an eye-popping $40.6m while Argentina has generated an extraordinary $27.9m after six.

Dairy Of A Wimpy Kid: Dog Days opened day-and-date with North America in a handful of markets to the tune of $2.6m from 696 screens. The family film opened in the UK on $2.4m from 568 and arrived in Italy on $51,483 from 108.

Stefan vs Kramer marked the first launch of a local Fox Chilean production in its native market and the film arrived on a terrific $2.22m from 118. Abraham Lincoln: Vampire Hunter stands at $37.2m and Prometheus has amassed $184.7m.

The adult comedy Ted grossed $32.8m through Universal Pictures International to climb to an early $78m. Ted opened in the UK on $14.6m from 504 sites for Universal’s biggest launch since 2007 and its second biggest opening weekend of all time behind Bridget Jones: The Edge Of Reason.

Paramount Pictures International confirmed that DreamWorks Animation’s Madagascar 3 grossed $17.3m from 3,059 sites in 40 countries reported for a $313.7m running total. The Dictator added $1.2m from 728 in 27 to stand at $108.1m while Katy Perry: Part Of Me stands at $5.8m.

Walt Disney Studios Motion Pictures International reported that Brave brought in a further $17.8m from 31 territories in its seventh weekend to reach a relatively early $119.2m given the release pattern. The film is currently active in 56% of the international footprint.

Territory highlights include $16.8m in Australia, $15.8m in Russia, $15.5m in Mexico and $14.5m in Brazil.

The Total Recall reboot opened day-and-date with North America in several markets and grossed $6.2m through Sony Pictures Releasing International. The Amazing Spider-Man added $6.4m for $427.5m after six weekends in release.