WarnerBros' romantic comedy Two Weeks Notice edged closer to the $100m mark as itadded $1.2m over the weekend on 1,124 screens in 41 markets for a $97.3mcumulative score.
The picture drew300,400 international admissions. It is scheduled to open in Venezuela onWednesday (Apr 9) and Japan on May 24.
Meanwhileanother 'chick flick', What A Girl Wants, grossed a solid $598,700 on 170 screensin Australia, roughly 76% of the opening gross for 2001's The PrincessDiaries.
The picture isexpected to play well through the school holidays, which begin later this weekin Victoria, New South Wales and South Australia.
What A GirlWants took $76,800 on 30screens in New Zealand, which was 25% better than The Princess Diaries. It is due to open in the Philippines onApr 19.
The horrorpicture Dreamcatcheropened well in Australia, grossing $700,000 on 155 screens. The performancebeat opening weekends for Final Destination 2 by 25% and Resident Evil by 14% but was 15% off The Ring.
Next weekend it is due toopen in Belgium, Germany, Austria, Italy, Israel, Switzerland, South Africa,Malaysia and New Zealand.