Pirates Of The Caribbean: Dead Man's Chest will cross the $600m international markthis weekend as it launches in its final market of Italy.
Buena Vista International's (BVI) adventure yarn has taken$594.6 to date and will surely pass $600m with the Sept 13 Italian release.
Meanwhile Cars,which overtook its BVI stablemate as the top international title last weekend,has no major releases scheduled; it stands at $184.5m.
Sony Pictures Releasing International (SPRI) launches the comedy LittleMan in Russia on Sept 14on 252 screens followed a day later by Mexico on 335 and Spain on 250. Thepicture stands at $16.5m.
The Will Ferrell comedy Talladega Nights gets a big test in its first major internationalmarket the UK on Sept 15 on 450. Monster House opens in Australia on Sept 14 on 250 andhas amassed $44.7m thus far.
Fox International launches My Super Ex-Girlfriend in nine territories including France onSept 13, when executives will be looking for a boost to the $19.8m runningtotal.
The Devil Wears Prada is still in the early stages of release and goes out in Hong Kongon Sept 14 and India a day later.
Latest totals put Garfield: A Tale Of Two Kitties on $96.1m, The Hills Have Eyes on $26.8m, and The Sentinel on $29.8m.
Al Gore's eco-doc An Inconvenient Truth goes out in seven territories throughUIP and opens in Australia on Sept 14 and South Korea and the UK a day later.
Paramount's comedy Nacho Libre opens in six territories including Australiaon Sept 14.
The Fast And The Furious: Tokyo Drift goes out in Japan on Sept 16, while DOA:Dead Or Alive opens inthe UK on Sept 15.
Warner BrosPictures International's Superman Returns stands at $186m; The Lake House is on $49m including Village Roadshowterritories; Lady In The Water has reached $19m; and The Ant Bully is on $14.5m.