Fox International’s Wall Street: Money Never Sleeps opens in around 40 territories day-and-date with North America this weekend.

Oliver Stone’s sequel to his iconic 1987 crime drama may have the clout to knock Resident Evil: Afterlife off its perch. 

Big hits are expected in Taiwan on September 22, followed by Australia and New Zealand, Holland, Argentina, Hong Kong and Singapore on September 23.

Avatar: Special Edition touches down in Spain and Argentina. Latest figures put Avatar on $2.014bn, The A-Team on $100m, Vampires Suck on $19.9m and Predators on $73.8m. Knight & Day has amassed $153.8m.

Resident Evil: Afterlife stands at $117.2m mostly through Sony Pictures Releasing International (SPRI) as well as Summit International.

SPRI’s Julia Roberts drama Eat Pray Love gets an early push this weekend with launches in the UK, France, Germany, Spain and Mexico, among others.

Grown Ups has grossed $90.1m and arrives in Brazil and Norway. The Karate Kid has amassed $167.7m and Salt has taken $164.1m.

Inception opens in its final market of Italy this weekend and has amassed $472.7m through Warner Bros Pictures International.

The Town is in early days of release but should receive an early boost when it arrives in the UK and Germany this weekend. Cats & Dogs 2 has reached $61.6m and Going The Distance $16.5m.

The Sorcerer’s Apprentice has grossed $138.9m through Walt Disney Studios Motion Pictures International (WDSMPI) while Toy Story 3 stands at $636.98m. You Again opens in Russia this weekend.

Step Up 3D has crossed $100m through Summit International, SPRI and WDSMPI.

The Last Airbender has taken $161.3m through Paramount/PPI and opens in Italy and New Zealand. DreamWorks’ comedy remake Dinner For Schmucks opens in German-speaking Europe and Haeundae (Tsunami) touches down in Japan on September 25.

MRC’s Devil is in its infancy and opens through Universal/UPI in six territories including Russia and Hong Kong on September 23.

Hanni Und Nanni opens in Switzerland and German-speaking Switzerland on September 23, while there are launches in Australia and New Zealand for Charlie St Cloud.