Pirates Of The Caribbean stayed atop the international charts at the weekend despiteno major openings, adding $20m for a $270.5m running total.

In its third weekend in Germany, the Buena VistaInternational (BVI) swashbuckler added $3.6m, dropping 42% for a $25.9cumulative score.

Elsewhere, the UK dropped 23% and added $1.4m for $39.5m in itsseventh weekend, Japan dropped 32% and added $1.1m for $53 in its eighth andKorea dropped 50% and added $1.2m for $8.7m in its third.

Australia produced $2.3m in its second weekend on the high seas,dropping 33% for $6.9m, while Italy dropped 45% in its third weekend and added$1.9m for $15.5m.

Spain and France are roughly neck-and-neck as both added $875,000in their sixth weekends, dropping 15% for $22.2m and 35% for $21.2mrespectively.

Calendar Girls grossed $3.2m at the weekend and raised its international totalto $10.6m.

In its second weekend in the UK the comedy took $3m,rising 5% for $10.2m.

Calendar Girls opened in Sweden on $150,000 from 58 screens, bigger than AboutA Boy, Bend It LikeBeckham and BillyElliot.

Bruce Almighty took $2.5m from BVI territories at the weekend, raising its BVItotal to $194.5m and $214.5m including Spyglass territories.

Finding Nemo became Pixar's biggest hit of all time in Australia, where in itsfourth weekend it added $1.6m, dropping 37% for a $16.1m total. The animationfeatures scenes set around the Sydney Harbour

Overall,BVI-distributed animated blockbuster grossed $2.1m in all its territories thisweekend to raise its cumulative total to $84.4m.