Warner Bros Pictures International’s giant heads into the fourth weekend as favourite to stay on top.

Clash Of The Titans has crossed $200m internationally and remains the one to beat overseas. The epic adventure remake stands at $206.8m and is expected to perfom strongly when it opens in Japan.

Meanwhile The Blind Side, the true-life drama that earned Sandra Bullock her best actress Academy Award, stands at $43.7m. The Losers opens this week in North American and arrives in Malaysia and the Philippines, before rolling out around the world in May.

Alice In Wonderlandshould have another big weekend in store when it opens in Brazil.

The fantasy adventure has amassed $517.1m through Walt Disney Studios Motion Pictures International. Miley Cyrus teen romance The last Song stands at $6.5m.

DreamWorks Animation’s How To Train Your Dragon has amassed through PPI. Paramount launches the historical epic and Spanish hit Agora starring Rachel Weisz in the UK, and the comedy Extractin the UK.

Universal unleashes the action film Kick-Ass in Germany, Austria and French-speaking Switzerland and it has grossed $14.5m so far. Lionsgate pre-sold the bulk of overseas rights.

Nanny McPhee And The Big Bang has raced to $41.1m and opens in Russia, among other European territories. The Green Zone has grossed $35m and arrives in Mexico.

Fox International’s action comedy Date Night opens in seven including the UK and stands at $18.3m. Fantastic Mr Foxon $24.1m opens in Spain.

Hot Tub Time Machine ventures into Australia and New Zealand. Avatar has grossed $1.973bn, My Name Is Khan stands at $33.7m, and Hot Summer Days has grossed $20.1m.

Sony Pictures Releasing International launches CBS Films’ romantic comedy The Back-Up Plan in its first overseas markets of Mexico and the Philippines. CBS Films’ Extraordinary Measures opens in Italy and South Africa.

The Bounty Hunter on $51.1m arrives in Singapore and several others, while Legionopens in Hong Kong and has amassed $19.5m.