Ice Age: The Meltdown will soar past $200m in its third weekend as it opens in sevensmaller markets including Hong Kong on Apr 13.

Fox International executives remain in jubilant mood following astring of number one debuts and last weekend's astonishing $90m-plus haul.

The animated sequel has amassed more than $192.3m and is expectedto sustain its march twith a string of mighty holds and more than a few recordgrosses.

Elsewhere comedy title The Pink Panther opens in South Korea on Apr 14 andstands at $71m, while horror remake The Hills Have Eyes goes out in Mexico on Apr 14 and hastaken $11m to date.

Buena Vista international (BVI) takes on Ice Age this weekend when its own animatedcontender, The Wild,opens day-and-date with North America in 24 markets.

Openings include France on Apr 12, followed by Spain, Italy,Mexico and Brazil on Apr 14.

BVI will also unleash the fourth instalment in Dimension's ScaryMovie franchiseday-and-date with North America in eight markets. The spoof is set to open inAustralia on Apr 13, and the UK and Russia on Apr 14.

Latest figures put The Chronicles Of Narnia: The Lion, TheWitch And The Wardrobeon $442.3m, comedy The Shaggy Dog on $10.3m, and adventure title Eight Below on $9.8m.

Universal's heist thriller Inside Man has taken $38.5m from internationalmarkets so far and will be looking for a big rise this weekend when UIP opensit in France and Spain on Apr 12 on 338 and 258 sites respectively. It goes outin Russia a day later in 120.

Family title Nanny McPhee stands at a very respectable $66m and should boost its scorewith the Japanese debut on Apr 15 on 120 prints.

Paramount's romantic comedy Failure To Launch opens in Australia on Apr 13 and BrazilApr 14. Its total gross so far is $19.7m. Meanwhile romantic comedy JustLike Heaven goes out inItaly on Apr 14 and has grossed $50.4m to date.

Sony Pictures Releasing International (SPRI) opens the familytitle Yours, Mine And Ours in Spain on Apr 14 on 100 prints; it has grossed $8.2m to date.

Action title Ultraviolet opens in Mexico on Apr 14 on 150 prints and will be lookingto expand on its current international total of $1.8m. Horror title Hostel opens in Brazil on Apr 14 on 101 printsand Taiwan a day later on 40. It stands at $23.7m to date.

The Exorcism Of Emily Rose launches in South Korea on Apr 13; so far the film hastaken a tidy $67.6m.

Warner BrosPictures International has no major release scheduled for the weekend. Latestfigures put thrillers Firewall and Syriana on $22.6m (including Roadshow territories) and $42.2mrespectively, while the graphic novel adaptation V For Vendetta has amassed $31.7m.