Die Another Day grossed $21.3m over the weekend - including numberone bows in the Far East and South Africa - and now boasts a superb $95.2minternational cumulative total. With the $119.2m domestic total taken intoconsideration, the twentieth James Bond instalment has so far grossed $214.4mworldwide. In Singapore it took $838,836 from 52 screens to register Fox'sthird highest bow ever in the territory. In Malaysia the picture's$478,351 from 79 screens was also the distributor's third biggestopening, while South Africa produced $468,380 from 87 screens, which was Fox'sbiggest bow, the biggest bow for a Bond picture and the second biggestthree-day industry opening of all time behind Spider-Man. Bond also opened number one in Yugoslavia with$79,684 from 13 sites and took $219,676 from 11 in Lebanon for the biggestindustry opening of all time there.

In its second weekend inGermany, Die Another Day grossed $5.4m from 940 screens and held on to numberone spot for a $16.5m running score. In Belgium the second weekend produced$589,290 from 80 venues, down only 29% from the previous session, for a $1.7mcumulative score. In Sweden after two weekends the running score stands at$3.1m; in Finland after two weekend sessions the cumulative score is $1.2m,while in Austria Die Another Dayhas a $2.1m running total after two weekends.

In its third weekend in theUK, Die Another Day grossed $5.4mfrom 443 screens, holding on to number one for a $37.1m territory runningtotal. France's third weekend produced a $15.4m cumulative score from 713venues while Spain has amassed $6.8m from 330 theatres.

Next weekend the film willopen in Mexico, Australia, Russia, Thailand and Venezuela among otherterritories.