Lionsgate-Summit’s YA adaptation had reached $100.1m as of Thursday.
Insurgent, distributed via Lionsgate International’s global network of buyers, stands a good chance of crossing $200m worldwide this weekend.
Thus far the sci-fi thriller has amassed $10.9m in France, $8.3m in the UK, $7.8m in Brazil and $7.4m in Russia.
Mexico has generated $7.3m, Australia $6m, Venezuela $4.2m, Germany $3.7m, Philippines $3m, Benelux $2.9m and Italy $2.6m.
Walt Disney Studios Motion Pictures International’s Cinderella stands at $203.4m and should cross $225m by Sunday. Into The Woods on $77.3m opens in Italy, while Big Hero 6 stands at $432.3m.
Action title Run All Night starring Liam Neeson has amassed $86.1m through Warner Bros Pictures International, while Focus with Will Smith and Margot Robbie stands at $74.5m and Will Ferrell / Kevin Hart comedy Get Hard an early $7.4m from nine markets.
American Sniper has generated $190.7m and Jupiter Ascending $133.3m.
Sony Pictures Releasing International executives reported that Annie has grossed $45.9m and Chappie $47.7m.
Fox International’s Kingsman: The Secret Service enters its second weekend in China and stands at $228.2m overall.
The Second Best Exotic Marigold Hotel on $40.3m arrives in France, Germany and Belgium this weekend, while Wild debuts in Italy.
DreamWorks Animation’s Home has reached an early $64.3m and opens in Hong Kong and Belgium. Battle For Sevastopol arrives in Russia and Ukraine, while Book Of Life on $48.7m opens in Australia and New Zealand.
Night At The Museum: Secret Of The Tomb has amassed $245.4m.