Warner Bros Pictures International’s sword and sandals remake Clash Of The Titans will seek to vanquish all before it as it approaches the third weekend of release.

The film has grossed more than $130m and should have another big weekend in store with launches set for Italy and Mexico on April 16 followed by Japan on April 23.

DreamWorks Animation’s How To Train Your Dragon has flown to $159.5m through PPI, which opens the romance Dear John in the UK and Australian world war one drama Beneath Hill 60 in Australia.

Walt Disney Studios Motion Pictures International’s Alice In Wonderland is set to open in Spain and Japan. Teen drama The Last Song stands at $5m and opens in Mexico.

Universal/UPI’s Green Zone on $33.3m opens in Brazil and a trio of European markets. Repo Men arrives in the UK.

Fox International’s Date Night has grossed $7.6m approaching the end of its first week in release and ventures into Germany, Russia, Switzerland, Denmark and Austria this weekend.

Fantastic Mr Fox on $23.7m arrives in Italy on April 16 and Post Grad opens in Spain on April 16. Amelia touches down in France on April 14. Avatar’s latest gross is $1.97bn.

Summit International’s The Ghost Writer from Roman Polanski has racked up $23.1m so far and arrives in the UK, Sweden and Hong Kong. Remember Me stands at $27.8m.

Book Of Eli opens through Sony Pictures Releasing International in Australia, South Korea, Hong Kong and Indonesia and has grossed $52.4m.