Marvel Studios’ Captain America: The Winter Solider was due to cross $100m on April 3 heading into what is expected to be a mighty second international session.

By the evening of April 3 the superhero sequel stood at more than $94.8m through Walt Disney Studios Motion Pictures International.

Winter Solider arrives in a further 35 markets this weekend, among them China, Russia, Australia and Hong Kong.

Need For Speed has amassed more than $102.3m through Disney markets and a further $33m through Mister Smith Entertainment.

The action film arrives in Spain through Tri Pictures/DeaPlaneta in a deal licensed by Mister Smith Entertainment.

Muppets Most Wanted on $8.1m opens in Sweden. Tinkerbell: Pirate Fairy on $24.7m debuts in France and Belgium.

Paramount and Regency Enterprises’ Noah has reached $60m, cuing up what would appear to be a strong run that sees new releases in 24 territories this weekend.

Highlights are expected from the UK, Germany, Spain and Brazil through Paramount Pictures International.

Meanwhile Summit and Red Wagon’s Divergent launches in its first major international markets this weekend.

The YA franchise pilot lands in the UK through eOne, Italy via Eagle and Mexico through IDC. Lionsgate International licensed territories to the action film starring Shailene Woodley, Theo James, Ashley Judd and Kate Winslet.

The UK also hosts Rio 2 from Fox International this weekend. The animation sequel stands at an early $33.1m and also flies into Germany, Spain and Taiwan among others.

The Grand Budapest Hotel has grossed $47.2m and The Book Thief $51.4m. Mr Peabody & Sherman stands at $124.2m.

300: Rise Of An Empire stands at $216.7m through Warner Bros Pictures International, while The Lego Movie has reached $152.4m and opens in Australia.