Sony Pictures Releasing International executives reported that The Amazing Spider-Man 2 brought in an estimated $69.5m from 91 territories for $403m.

The superhero saga ruled the international arena for a third consecutive weekend as the global tally reached $550.9m.

Spidey took $25.1m from its first full weekend of release in China to push the eight-day haul to $54m. China remains the biggest market on Imax on $6.3m after eight days.

Top markets are the UK on $37.5m, South Korea on $32m, Mexico on $26.6m, Japan on $22.2m, Russia on $20.1m and France on $18.3m.

The Amazing Spider-Man 2 has reached $17.6m in Brazil, $15.1m in Germany, $13.8m in Australia,  $11.9m in Italy and $11.1m in India.

Neighbors launched in 29 international territories through Universal Pictures International day-and-date with the number one North American debut on $34.4m.

The frat house comedy arrived at number one in 17 territories including the UK on $14.7m from 500 including previews and Australia on $7.1m from 235. Both delivered Seth Rogen’s biggest live-action debut. Germany delivered $5.9m from 530.

Spanish smash Ocho Apellidos Vascos (Spanish Affairs) stayed top in Spain for the ninth consecutive weekend as $1.8m from 328 boosted the running total to $71.9m (€52.1m).

French comedy Babysitting grossed $2.2m in France from 331 dates for a 26-day total of $14m.

  • Rio 2 added $14.1m from 70 markets for $312m through Fox International and took $2.3m in France for $23m after five weekends and $1.7m for $5.1m in Venezuela after two. The family hit opened in Poland on $1.2m from 200.

Comedy The Other Woman used $13.1m from 60 to propel itself to $66.5m and added $2.1m for $7m in Germany after two sessions and $1.6m for $12m in the UK after three.

Wes Anderson’s The Grand Budapest Hotel continued its march to $100m, adding £2.4m from 30 for $93.9m.

  • French hit Qu’est Ce Qu’on A Fait Au Bon Dieu? added $10m for $56m..
  • Frozen grossed $7.1m through Walt Disney Studios Motion Pictures International to stand at $790m.
  • Paramount Pictures International’s Noah added $3.3m from 52 territories for $239m after eight weeks. The Biblical epic arrives in Japan on June 13.
  • StudioCanal opened The Wind Rises in 59 venues for $182,000.