Sony releases Cloudy 2 day-and-date in three territories, as Planes lands in Denmark and Sweden among others.
Ahead of its domestic bow on Oct 4, Fox Int’l releases Runner Runner in 43 international territories this weekend, including Australia, France, Russia and the UK.
Meanwhile, Chronicle flies into Japan as Raja Rani debuts in India and Baggage Claim lands in Jamaica, Puerto Rico and Trinidad.
The Heat stands at $65.2m and opens in four more territories, including Argentina, this weekend, while The Internship has taken $43.5m and bows in Austria, Germany, Peru and Switzerland.
Sony Pictures Releasing International debuts Cloudy With A Chance of Meatballs 2 in Central America, Chile and Vietnam day-and-date with the US, while Austenland opens in the UK.
Sci-fi Elysium lands into Mexico, Hong Kong and four more territories this weekend, having made $160.5m from SPRI territories to date. Comedy sequel Grown Ups 2 has amassed $95.5m and will aim for the $100m mark this weekend as it opens in Australia.
2 Guns has shot its way to $9.7m from SPRI territories and arrives in ten more, including France, Germany and Spain. Foresight Unlimited handles international sales on the action comedy.
Walt Disney Motion Pictures International’s Planes has flown to $71.4m overseas so far, and calls at Denmark, Finland, Sweden, New Zealand and Colombia this weekend, as Monsters University stands at a terrific $470.9m with all international territories opened.
Ahead of its China release on Oct 5, The Lone Ranger has corralled $158.5m.
With Brazil to open this weekend, We’re the Millers has driven to $86.9m through Warner Bros Pictures International.
The Conjuring has scared up a strong $152m to date.
US box office hit Prisoners bows in the UK and Russia, having made $1.2m from its day-and-date release in 13 minor markets through Lionsgate International.
Action sequel Red 2 has taken $74.2m ahead of releases in Chile and Venezuela, while Riddick opens in Denmark having sliced its way to $36.1m so far.
Now You See Me has conjured up an excellent $204.5m.
Universal Pictures International’s R.I.P.D. stands at $37.1m and debuts in Brazil and Mexico this weekend, as About Time opens in four more territories having grossed $9.4m, predominantly from the UK.
Micro-budget horror The Purge breaks into Argentina and Colombia with an overseas tally of $22m, while Three Flavours Cornetto trilogy closer The World’s End stands at $18.3m opens across the Middle East.
Pain & Gain has pumped $31.4m to date through Paramount Pictures International.