The awards contender is enjoying a regal international run and grossed an estimated $9.4m over the weekend from 655 screens in four territories.
Colin Firth was crowned best dramatic actor at Sunday night’s Golden Globes  on the weekend when the film expanded by 30 screens to 428 in the UK and added $6.8m through Momentum, resulting in a dazzling $16m tally after two weekends.
The period drama has amassed $33.2m overall and FilmNation handled the bulk of international sales. The tally includes Australia, where the film is released through PPI and stands at more than $12.5m after four weekends.
The King’s Speech ranks sixth in Spain where it has grossed $3.3m after four. Greece has generated $718,000 from 15 screens
It opens in New Zealand on January 20 through PPI along with a smattering of Eastern European territories on January 21.