Fox International's The Simpsons Movie is expected to soar past $150m in its second weekend following the record-breaking launch that has seen it race to $131m.

The comedy opens in four territories this time round and should do something special in Mexico when it opens on Aug 2, given the film's mighty rampage through Latin America last weekend. Elsewhere the film opens in India, Denmark and Poland on Aug 3.

Die Hard 4.0 is on track to cross at least $200m and goes out in four territories including Brazil on Aug 3. It stands at $183.2m to date.

Fantastic Four: Rise Of The Silver Surfer still has a way to go and has grossed $110m to date.

Warner Bros Pictures International's (WBPI)'s Harry Potter And The Order Of The Phoenix remains a potent force on $479.5m, and is expected to cross $500m this weekend.

WBPI's Ocean's Thirteen has grossed $159.6m, and Zodiac has taken $47.5m and opens in Russia on Aug 2.

Universal/UPI's Evan Almighty gets a big push and opens in nine including the UK, Mexico and Brazil on Aug 3. The comedy sequel has grossed $6.4m from the early stages of release and is expected to make decent gains this weekend.

Hot Fuzz has amassed $53.9m, Knocked Up stands at $13.4m, and Mr Bean's Holiday has grossed $178.7m. I Know Pronounce You Chuck And Larry is in the early stages of release.

Paramount/PPI's Transformers, currently on $266.2m, opens in six territories including Germany on 950 prints on Aug 1 and Japan on 630 on Aug 4.

Walt Disney Studios Motion Pictures International's (WDSMPI) Ratatouille has a long way to go but has already amassed $60.5m despite opening in well under half of its markets.

The latest Pixar film generated a spectacular launch in its first day in France this week [Aug 1], although studio executives will wait until the weekend before announcing figures.

It also opens in Belgium on Aug 1, Hong Kong and Holland on Aug 2, and Spain and Taiwan on Aug 3.

Pirates Of The Caribbean: At World's End has nothing left to prove, having established itself as the biggest release of the year and the industry's fourth biggest international film of all time on $646m. It is inching towards Harry Potter And The Sorcerer's Stone's third place mark of $651m.

Sony Pictures Releasing International's (SPRI) Vacancy stands at $7m and Surf's Up has amassed $6.5m.