Fox International's The Day After Tomorrow added $33.7m at he weekend to raise itsinternational running total to $239.2m.

The weekend results for the eco-disaster picture were chieflypowered by $5.3m on 607 screens in its second weekend in Japan, where it rankednumber one, dropping 17% for $19.6m.

Korea fell 6% in its second weekend on $2.3m on 319 for $8.2m andcomfortable number one rank.

In third weekend holdovers, the UK added $3.6m on a 37% drop for$33.8m, Germany added $3.7m on 988 and fell 29% for second place and $23.5m,while France added $1.7m on 685 and fell 35% for $11.9m.

Spain fell 50% and added $1.5m on 475 for first place and $12.1mand Mexico fell 36% and grossed $1.9m on 670 for second place and a $14.9mrunning total, and Brazil added $1m on 420 after an 8% fall for second placeand a $5.3m cumulative score.

In otherresults, Australia fell 46% on $1.4m for $10.7m, Italy fell 55% on $933,000 for$10.7m, Taiwan fell 14% and grossed $1m for $8.2m and China fell 50% and took$785,000 for $6.1m.