Lionsgate International’s franchise finale could overtake the $430.9m mark set by The Twilight Saga: Breaking Dawn – Part 1 by the end of its third session to become the biggest in the series outside North America.

The film stood at more than $366m by the end of its second weekend and is bidding to usurp its predecessor.

Sony, MGM and Eon’s James Bond hit Skyfall stands at $584.7m, of which $507.5m comes through Sony Pictures Releasing International markets and $77.2m through MGM licensees.

The thriller arrives this weekend in Japan and South Africa. Hotel Transylvania has amassed $149.1m.

Fox International opens Life Of Pi in Spain and Singapore and the fantasy adventure has amassed $27.2m after a single session.

Universal Pictures International opens The Man With The Iron Fists in Germany.

Walt Disney Studios Motion Pictures International executives reported that Wreck-It Ralph has grossed $42.3m and opens in Israel and Malaysia.

Finding Nemo 3D arrives in South Africa and has taken $16.2m. Tinker Bell Secret Of The Wings is at $43.3m.