Resident Evil: Afterlife should hold on to the box office crown this weekend and has raced to more than $41.7m through Sony Pictures releasing International’s Salt (SPRI).

The horror film opens in around 11 new territories, among them Mexico, Brazil and South Korea.

It’s a busy weekend for SPRI with launches for Easy A in Australia, East Pray Love in Italy, Italian-speaking Switzerland and Japan, and The Other Guys in the UK and a host of territories.

Salt stands at more than $156.3m while The Karate Kid has taken more than $168.2m. Grown Ups has grossed more than $85m.

Warner Bros Pictures International’s Inception has reached $456.5m and Cats And Dogs 2 is on $56.5m and opens in Italy, South Korea and Australia. The Town opens in France day-and-date with North America.

Walt Disney Studios Motion Pictures International’s Toy Story 3 has amassed $632.1m while The Sorcerer’s Apprentice, which opens in New Zealand this weekend, has grossed $130.9m. Step Up 3D arrives in Spain.

Paramount/PPI’s The Last Airbender on $151.7m opens in Australia, where Paramount will also be anticipating a strong weekend third weekend for action title Tomorrow When The War Began. Grease Sing-A-Long opens in the UK.

Universal/UPI’s Despicable Me has grossed $81.3m and opens in South Korea and New Zealand. Nanny McPhee And The Big Bang has taken $59.2m and arrives in Brazil.

Universal launches Media Rights Capital’s horror story Devil day-and-date with North America in the UK, Taiwan, Greece, the Netherlands, Singapore and Malaysia. The American opens in Spain.

Fox International opens Vampires Suck on $13.9m in Italy. Ramona And Beezus opens in Spain. Just Wright arrives in the UK. Diary of A Wimpy Kid opens in Germany and Cyrus arrives in France.

Avatar stands at $2.013bn, Knight & Day $153.5m and Predators on $73.2m.