UPDATED NOVEMBER 14: Interstellar has made an impact on its first two days in China through Warner Bros, adding an estimated $5m from 7,742 screens to reach $10.4m after two days.

Christopher Nolan’s sci-fi epic stands at $135.5m overall and established a new opening day record for the director in China. The global haul has reached $204.1m.

The film added $14.1m on November 13 as a further $2.5m in South Korea pushed the tally to $22.5m, while $969,000 in the UK results in $13.3m.

After two days Interstellar stands at $12.2m in Russia, $6.4m in Germany, $5.5m in Australia, $9.5m in France, $5.2m in Italy, $4.2m in Mexico, $2.6m in Brazil and $3.8m in Spain.

Big Hero 6 has taken $24.5m from the early stages through Walt Disney Studios Motion Pictures International and arrives this weekend in Mexico, Singapore and Malaysia.

Bears opens in Germany and Alexander And The No Good, Terrible, Very Bad Day on $20.4m arrives in Taiwan. Guardians Of The Galaxy stands at $440.1m and The Hundred-Foot Journey on $17.2m in Thailand.

Fox International’s The Book Of Life stands at $36m, Gone Girl $162.3m and Let’s Be Cops, which opens in Australia and parts of Latin America, $38.4m.

The Tom Hardy, Noomi Rapace and Paul Gandolfini thriller The Drop arrives in the UK, Australia and France and has grossed $2.7m from the early stages of its international run.

Birdman flies into Alejandro Gonzalez Inarritu’s native Mexico. Trinto opens in Brazil.

Sony Pictures Releasing International distributes Third Person in the UK, The Skeleton Twins in Spain and Before I Go To Sleep in Germany and Austria.

Jake Gyllenhaal star vehicle Nightcrawler arrives this weekend through a number of Sierra/Affinity licensees. The drama opens in Italy via Notorious Pictures, Germany via Telemunchen and Taiwan through CMC.