Ice Age: Continental Drift’s third weekend came in a little higher than original estimates from Fox International at $97.6m for a $339.2m running total.

According to confirmed results issued on Monday (16), the animation played on 14,354 screens in 64 markets and the top performer of the weekend was Russia, which returned a $17m number one result from a widest-ever screen count of 2,090.

Abraham Lincoln: Vampire Hunter grossed $2.8m from 1,474 in 19 markets for $30.1m. Best Exotic Marigold Hotel stands at $85.6m.

The Amazing Spider-Man grossed more than the initial weekend estimate from Sony Pictures Releasing International (SPRI), taking $67.4m from 17,543 screens for a $321.5m international running total.

MIB stands at $440.4m through all distributors and $401.2m from SPRI, while 21 Jump Street has reached $62.3m.

Universal Pictures International reported that Ted added $9.6m from 36 venues in four territories for an early $31.3m running total. Snow White And The Huntsman brought in a further $9.6m from 3,731 in 56 for $219.2m.

Paramount Pictures International executives confirmed that DreamWorks Animation’s Madagascar 3 grossed $5.2m from 5,168 sites in 40 countries reported to raise the tally to $270.7m, while The Dictator grossed $3.4m for $97.6m and Katy Perry: Part Of Me stands at an early $4.3m.