Paramount unleashes the much anticipated Paranormal Activity 2 through PPI in around 20 territories over the next several days.

The sequel to the global horror hit is expected to perform strongly across the board, with the UK, France, Russia, Australia, Mexico, Italy and Spain all in the mix.

It is also scheduled to launch in Brazil, South Korea, Singapore and the Netherlands - as well as across North America. PPI’s The Last Airbender stands at $183.9m. Paranormal Activity (pictured) grossed more than $85m overseas and on that occasion IM Global sold international rights.

Universal’s Despicable Me is expected to cross $200m next week and currently stands at $177.3m. Scott Pilgrim Vs The World arrives through UPI in Germany and Austria and has grossed $13.9m. Charlie St Cloud opens in Hong Kong and the Netherlands.

Sony Pictures Releasing International’s (SPRI) The Social Network has grossed more than $18m and opens this weekend in several territories including Sweden, Argentina and Turkey.

The romantic comedy Easy A launches in the UK and has raced to $5m in little time, while Macheteopens in the Sony markets of South Africa and Ecuador. Eat Pray Love stands at $86.8m and The Karate Kid has taken $181.8m.

Warner Bros International’s family tale Legend Of The Guardians: The Owls Of Ga’Hoole has grossed $44.7m so far and touches down in the UK and Spain. Heist thriller The Town stands at $28.6m and arrives in Russia, Holland and Argentina.

Comedy Life As We Know It has taken $9.4m so far and opens in Germany and Australia and will roll out in the majority of the world in spring 2011. Inception stands at $522m.

Disney’s comedy You Again is in the early days on $3.4m and opens in Singapore and Malaysia. Latest figures from Walt Disney Studios Motion Pictures International puts Toy Story 3 on $645.5m and The Sorcerer’s Apprentice on $151.2m.

Fox International’s Wall Street: Money Never Sleeps on $49.4m opens in Germany, Italy and South Korea. Elsewhere, Ramona And Beezus arrives in the UK and Diary Of A Wimpy Kid on $10.8m opens in Spain.

Knight & Day has grossed $172.2m, while My Name Is Khan sits on $37.3m, Predators on $75.1m and Vampires Suck on $35.7m.

Summit International’s buyers release the thriller Red in several territories this weekend, among them the UK, Hong Kong and Malaysia. Fair Game arrives in Italy and Italian-speaking Switzerland. Resident Evil: Afterlifehas amassed more than $204m and opens this weekend in Greece.