Universal’s family confection and Warner Bros’ action fantasy are shaping up to be the ones to beat this weekend as Hop lands in around 30 territories and Sucker Punch debuts in four major markets.

Hop is scheduled to arrive in the UK, Germany, Italy, South Africa, Sweden, Denmark, Taiwan and Singapore. Meanwhile sci-fi thriller The Adjustment Bureau opens in Mexico and stands at $41.1m.

Warner Bros Pictures International’s Sucker Punch from Zack Snyder has taken $9m after one weekend and could make a big impression when it arrives in the UK, France, Germany and Russia.

The Rite stands at $53.3m, Hall Pass $19.3m, Red Riding Hood $12.5m and Unknown $52.1m.

Expect Rango to soar past $100m this weekend through PPI as the animated charmer enters the session on $98.6m. Little Fockers has earned $160.6m overseas and goes out late in South Korea, while Killing Bono touches down in the UK and rom-com Morning Glory on $23.7m opens in Brazil.

Battle: Los Angeles has made the most of relatively light competition through Sony Pictures Releasing International over the past few weeks but it will start to feel the heat now. The action release has amassed more than $79.6m and arrives in Spain and Denmark and six other territories.

The Adam Sandler-Jenifer Aniston rom-com Just Go With It opens in Italy and Taiwan and has grossed more than $62.7m. Faster opens in Singapore and the best documentary Oscar winner Inside Job arrives in Hong Kong and Denmark.

Fox International’s Big Mommas: Like Father, Like Son stands at $34.5m and opens in France this weekend, while Black Swan has amassed $182.8m.

Gnomeo & Juliet has grossed $26m through Disney territories and opens this weekend in Hong Kong and Taiwan through Walt Disney Studios Motion Pictures International (WDSMPI).

DreamWorks’ sci-fi action release I Am Number Four has generated $71.7m through WDSMPI and there are no new launches this weekend. Troubled animation Mars Needs Moms stands at $14.3m.