China and Italy could help Marvel’s sci-fi blockbuster hold the top slot.
Guardians Of The Galaxy has stormed to $411.9m and is expected to get another boost as the Marvel Studios film continues its journey in China.
Meanwhile, Dawn Of The Planet Of The Apes has crossed $500m.
Guardians also arrives in Italy and the two new territories could be enough to maintain the film’s top rank at the international box office through Walt Disney Studios Motion Pictures International (WDSMPI).
Alexander And The Terrible, Horrible, No Good, Very Bad Day on an early $8.4m debuts in Brazil, Chile and Hong Kong, while Million Dollar Arm arrives in Spain.
WDSMPI debuts Big Hero 6 in Russia and Ukraine two weeks ahead of North American release.
Sony Pictures Releasing International unleashes the Brad Pitt Second World War tank film Fury in 15 territories, among them the UK, Australia and France.
The Equalizer opens in Japan and has grossed more than internationally.
Fox International opens its animation The Book Of Life in the UK, France and Belgium and Jorge Gutierrez’s film has reached an early $10.8m.
Dawn Of The Planet Of The Apes stands at a staggering $501.1m.
Gone Girl has crossed $100m to reach $104.2m and opens in South Korea, while Hin Und Weg arrives in Germany.
Universal Pictures International’s Dracula Untold will cross $100m this weekend through holdovers and openings in Spain and Brazil. The film has amassed more than $96m.
Scarlett Johansson thriller Lucy has amassed $230m through Universal, rising to $289m including EuropaCorp.
Paramount Pictures International’s Hercules opens in China and Japan this session and as of last weekend stood at $154.5m including several territories where MGM licensed rights.
Teenage Mutant Ninja Turtles has grossed more than $185m.
Warner Bros Pictures International’s Annabelle has reached $98.7m and arrives this weekend in Mexico and Srgentina, which should help the horror film cross $100m with plenty to spare.
Recent Toronto International Film Festival opening night selection The Judge on $11.5m opens in France, Italy, Mexico and Spain.
The ensemble comedy drama This Is Where I Leave You starring Tina Fey and Jason Bateman opens in the UK and Australia.