Fox International’s Gulliver’s Travels narrowly won the overseas race last weekend and arrives in half a dozen new markets this time around including Russia and South Africa. It has grossed more than $53m.
The Chronicles Of Narnia: Voyage Of The Dawn Treader opens in China and stands at $214.6m, while Unstoppable opens in Australia, Brazil, Mexico and Japan and stands at $58.5m.
Love And Other Drugs is on $14.7m and arrives in seven including Denmark, Singapore and Holland.
PPI unleashes the comedy LittleFockers in a further nine territories this weekend, among them Brazil. The third episode in the Fockers series has grossed $86.7m to date.
Morning Glory arrives in Australia, New Zealand and Taiwan, while the independent horror hit Paranormal Activity 2 has amassed $85.5m and touches down in India.
Relativity Media’s supernatural action film Season Of The Witch starring Nicolas Cage and Ron Perlman opens in the UK day-and-date with North America.
The widely admired animation awards contender Tangled has grossed $153.4m through Walt Disney Studios Motion Pictures International and opens this weekend in Australia, Brazil and Argentina, among others.
Meanwhile Tron: Legacy on $128m arrives in Italy and like Tangled, should produce another solid weekend overseas.
Harry Potter And The Deathly Hallows: Part 1 stands at $629.2m while Due Date is on $102.8m and Hereafter opens in Italy, Brazil and Mexico. The comedy Life As We Know It opens in Spain and has taken $50.4m so far.
GK Films’ romantic thriller The Tourist is enjoying a promising run through Sony Pictures Releasing International and is expected to deliver another solid weekend with launches in Russia, Hong Kong and Portugal and at least 10 other territories. It has amassed more than $65m. Burlesque opens in around 10 markets including Germany.