Fox International's overseas champion The Devil Wears Prada stands a chance of crossing $100m thisweekend as it launches in four territories.

The comedy has amassed $83.5m and goes out in smallermarkers this weekend including Sweden on Oct 20. Decent holds in previouslyopened territories should account for another strong weekend haul.

Little Miss Sunshine has grossed $12.8m to date and will likely receive a boost fromlaunches in Spain and Brazil on Oct 20.

Universal's sci-fi thriller Children Of Men gets a big push through UIP with four majorlaunches.

The picture has taken $8.6m from the UK so far, andlaunches in France on Oct 18 on 150 prints, followed a day later in Australiaon 170 and Russia on 110, and finally Spain on Oct 20 on 174.

Horror sequel The Grudge 2 goes out in the UK on Oct 20, as does Paramount's animatedfeature Barnyard.

Sony Pictures Releasing International's (SPRI) animated feature OpenSeason opens in Franceon Oct 18. It stands at $13.7m.

Sofia Coppola's Marie Antoinette goes out in the UK on Oct 20day-and-date with North America. The comedy Talladega Nights takes off in Russia on Oct 19, havinggrossed $13m so far.

Latest figures put Click on $84.9m, Little Man on $39m, and Monster House on $59m.

Buena Vista International has no major releases this weekend.Latest figures put The Guardian on $4.2m, Cars on $211.5m, and Pirates Of The Caribbean: Dead Man's Chest on $639m.

Warner BrosPictures International (WBPI) has no major releases this weekend. TheDeparted stands at $17mthrough all distributors, while The Lake House has grossed $60.4m including Roadshowterritories, The Ant Bully has taken $24.3m, and Lady In The Water stands at $29m.