Charlie And The Chocolate Factory produced another strong weekend as it added $11.4m from 3,900 screens in 54 countries to raise itsrunning total to $219.9m.
Released through Warner Bros Pictures International (WBPI), the family picturestayed top in its fourth consecutive weekend in Japan on $3.1m on 361 screensfor $28.1m.
It stayedtop for the second weekend in a row in Italy on $2.7m from 428 prints for a$6.7m cumulative total.
Little Polar Bear 2 (Der Bleine Eisbar 2), a local language co-production betweenWarner Bros Film Productions Germany, RothkirchCartoon Film productionand MaBo, opened on $1.5m from 633 in Germany.
Wallace And Gromitadded $1m in Australia through UIP to raise its total there to $5.5m. Thepicture stands at $6.3m from the early stages of its international run.
DreamWorks International's animated hit Madagascar raised its runningtotal through all distributors by $2m to $325m.
Paramount's revenge drama Four Brothers opened in second place in the UK on$1.5m, and added $2.2m through all its markets for an early $4m cumulativetotal.
Universal's sci-fi thriller Serenity opened through UIP in sixth place in Australia on $830,000 from 159screens. It opens in the UK this week.
PrideAnd Prejudicestayed top in the UK for the third consecutive weekend on $2.7m for $17.1m.
It opened in third place in German-speaking Switzerland on $222,000 from 32 andmoved into first place in its second weekend in the Netherlands, where it hasamassed $600,000.
The drama added $3.2m overall for a $17.9m international running total.
The 40-Year-Old Virgin added $5m from 1,482 screens for an early $17.5minternational cumulative total.
The comedy opened in third place in Germany on $1.8m from 543, and in thirdplace in Mexico on $475,000 from 193. After six weekends in the UK it rankssixth on $12.3m.
Land Of The Deadadded $1.2m overall from 800 screens in 21 territories for a $21m UIP total and$23.2m including France.
Skeleton Keystands at $40.1m with eight territories still to open, and South Korean hit AprilSnowhas amassed an incredible $14.9m in Japan alone.
Buena Vista International's Flightplan opened top in Mexico on $2.1m as the thriller added $2.4m for an early $2.9m international running total.
Cinderella Man grossed $4.5m for $35m, powered by a number one $1m launch in Russell Crowe's Australian homeland.
Milkshake Films' football drama Goal opened in second place in the UK on $1.5m on 364 screens, and expands internationally in the coming weeks.
Family title Sky High added $1.7m for $7.6m, climbing 20% in its fourth weekend in Australia on $725,000 for $3.6m.
Bewitchedadded $4.8m through Sony Pictures Releasing International (SPRI) for a $57.1mrunning total.
It opened in second place in Italy on $1.5m on 306 screens, and second inBrazil on $675,000 on 200 behind Sony's local language hit Two Brothers OfFrancisco,which stayed top in Brazil for the seventh consecutive weekend.
Deuce Bigalow: European Gigolo grossed $2.2m on 1,010 screens in 18 marketsfor $14.6m.
Highlights were a number one $400,000 debut on 18 in Taipei and $780,000 on 70in Taiwan, and a number nine $470,000 UK launch.
The comedy has grossed $3m after two weekends in Australia, where it ranksfifth, and $2.9m after three in Mexico to rank seventh.
Fantastic Fouradded $700,000 from 348 screens in Japan in its third weekend for a $7.4mrunning total there. Overall the action picture has grossed $161.5m through FoxInternational markets.
Into The Bluelaunched in three small markets day-and-date with North America, includingMalaysia on $123,000 on 31.
Night Watchraised its running total by $2.5m to $6.5m through Fox International marketsand has grossed more than $20m through all distributors. It opened in France on$591,000 on 127.
Transporter 2stands at $7.5m following a $1.1m weekend haul. It opened in Australia on$550,000 on 133.