Summit Entertainment/Constantin's murder drama Perfume will look to continue its international leadthis weekend through strong holds.
The picture took $11.3m last weekend and currently stands at morethan $39.7m on the back of impressive early runs in German-speaking Europe, CISand Italy.
Buena Vista International's (BVI) Pirates of The Caribbean:Dead Man's Chest hastaken $626.4m from overseas markets and Cars stands at $200.5m. Neither has any majordebuts this weekend.
The Devil Wears Prada opens in four territories through Fox International includingFrance on Sept 27. The comedy has grossed $8.5m from the early stages of itsrun.
Elsewhere Little Miss Sunshine goes out in Singapore on Sept 28 and hastaken $6.5m; My Super-Ex Girlfriend opens in Hong Kong on Sept 28 and stands at $26.1m. X-Men: TheLast Stand has taken$219.8m and John Tucker Must Die stands at $12.1m.
Paramount's World Trade Center has nine overseas debuts through UIPthis weekend including Germany on Sept, followed a day later by the UK, Spainand Brazil. The 9/11 drama has taken more than $8.1m so far.
Universal opens the dance drama Step Up through UIP in its first two territoriesAustralia and New Zealand on Sept 28. The comedy You, Me And Dupree, which has grossed $36.8m to date, goesout in Argentina on Sept 28.
Latest figures put Over The Hedge on $160.7m, which includes Japan andKorea, while Miami Vice stands at $86m, and The Fast And The Furious: Tokyo Drift has amassed $92.2m.
Warner Bros Pictures International (WBPI) has no major releasesscheduled for any of its pictures. Latest figures put Superman Returns on $189.6m, Lady In The Water on $23m, The Lake House on $53m including Roadshow territories,and The Ant Bully on$18m.