Disney’s Alice In Wonderland faces its sternest test yet as PPI unleashes How To Train Your Dragon in more than 30 territories this weekend.

Alice has amassed more than $317m and should continue to prosper with new debuts set for France and China.

However a fourth consecutive weekend of domination may be out of its reach if DreamWorks Animations’ animated family film How To Train Your Dragon, released through PPI, scorches the ground beneath its rival’s feet.

Dragon is set to touch down day-and-date with North America in the UK, German-speaking Europe, Australia, Spain, Italy, Mexico, Brazil, Singapore and Argentina.

Warner Bros Pictures International’s The Blind Side lands in Germany on March 25 through and the UK on March 26. Universal/UPI’s Nanny McPhee And The Big Bang opens in the UK and the Netherlands.

Summit International’s romance Remember Me starring Robert Pattinson arrives in German-speaking Europe, Italy and Mexico, as well as around ten smaller markets. The Ghost Writer opens in Spain, Belgium, Norway and Denmark.

Fox International’s Avatar has reached $1.93bn overseas and the distributor is launching the comedy All About Steve in France.

Latest figures from Lionsgate put Brothers on $10.2m, Daybreakers on $17.5m, and Dear John on $9m.