King Arthur became the seventh Jerry Bruckheimerpicture released by the Walt Disney Company to pass $200m at the worldwide boxoffice at the weekend.
The epic actionadventure added $795,000 through Buena Vista International (BVI) for a $149.7minternational running total, and has grossed $51.9m in domestic ticket sales.
Miramax'sromantic comedy remake Shall We Dance added $7.4m through BVI for a $12.5m cumulative total.
The picture opened in third place in Germany on $3m on 608screens, second in Spain on $1.7m on 301, and slipped 17% to second place inits third weekend in Australia after two weeks at the top, adding $1.1m for$5.1m.
Shall WeDance was usurped DownUnder by another BVI title, the martial arts epic Hero, which grossed $1.7m on 162. Hero has taken $8.6m in BVI markets to date,and $119m through all distributors.
The Village added $2m for $138m, powered by a$200,000 number one South African debut that beat the openings of M NightShyamalan's previous releases Signs and Unbreakable.
The Miramax drama Finding Neverland fell 27% in its second weekend in the UK on $1m for$3.4m, the smallest drop of any top 10 title.