Harry Potter And The Deathly Hallows: Part 1 will have too much for the international competition as it begins to climb towards $500m.
The children’s fantasy crossed $400m by the end of Tuesday [Nov 30] and currently stands at more than $401.1m. The last territory to open will be South Korea on December 16.
Disney’s animated release Tangled has grossed more than $25.7m since launching last weekend and arrives this weekend in six new markets, among them France, Italy, Belgium and the Netherlands. The true-life sporting drama Secretariat opens in the UK on December 3.
Sony Pictures Releasing International launches the action film Faster starring The Rock in around 21 smaller markets. Machete opens in the Sony market of France. The SocialNetwork opens in Brazil.
DreamWorks Animation’s Megamind has taken $32.7m through PPI and gets a big push in around 18 territories this weekend, led by the UK, Germany, Spain, Brazil and Taiwan.
Jackass 3D on $42.9m arrives in Russia and Italy. Paranormal Activity 2 stands at $82.6m.
Fox International’s thriller Unstoppable has grossed $44m. My Name Is Khan was scheduled to open in China on November 30 and stands at $38.2m.
Latest data puts Avatar on $2.024bn, VampiresSuck $43.2m and Wall Street: Money Never Sleeps $78.2m
Universal / UPI’s action fantasy Scott Pilgrim Vs The World opens in France and Belgium and stands at $15.5m Devil on $18.1m goes into Australia and Argentina, Biutiful opens in Spain and The American is in action in Mexico.
Summit International’s graphic novel adaptation Red has grossed $70.1m and Fair Game stands at $8.4m.