Fox International’s Taken 3 stands at $105.1m and will look to surge past the $125m mark this weekend when it bursts into Australia and Brazil this weekend.

Night At The Museum: Secret Of The Tomb has amassed $187.7m and arrives in Venezuela.

Birdman has reached $15.4m   in Russia, Poland and Hong Kong among a handful of other markets, while DreamWorks Animations’ Penguins Of Madagascar stands at $233.1m and arrives in Argentina.

Let’s Be Cops has taken $51.8m and opens in France, Gone Girl $200.7m, The Fault In Our Stars $180.6m and The Book Of Life $45.3m and The Maze Runner $239.4m.

Exodus: Gods And Kings has grossed $189.4m. Wild on an early $3.3m opens in Australia and South Korea.

Warner Bros/Roadshow’s American Sniper, which last weekend scored the biggest wide expansion ‘debut’ of any winter release in US box office history, arrives in around 18 markets this weekend.

Clint Eastwood’s war film starring Bradley Cooper has grossed $26.5m though and opened in Portugal this week with debuts set for Australia, Argentina, Venezuela, Hong Kong and Singapore.

The Hobbit: The Battle of The Five Armies stands at $560.1m and Horrible Bosses 2 $51.6m.

Big hero 6 marches into around nine markets this weekend led by Germany and South Korea and has generated $221.9m via Walt Disney Studios Motion Pictures International.

Into The Woods on $28.6m opens in Spain, Belgium and Peru.

The Gambler has grossed an early $1.7m and arrives through Paramount Pictures International in the UK and Russia. The Australian debut is February 5.