The action release added $18.7m from 4,775 screens in 45 markets as the early running total climbed to $37.4m and Australia generated a $3.1m number one launch.

The Green Hornet also landed top in Mexico on $2.6m from 709 and added $2.7m from 616 in the second weekend in Germany where it ranked number two and has raced to $7.7m. A further $1.9m from 460 in the UK raised the tally there to $5.7m.

Sony Pictures Releasing International (SPRI) reported a further $11.1m for GK Films’ The Tourist as that film continued a terrific overseas run. Active on 3,740 screens in 60, the tally now stands at $139.5m. Weekend highlights include a $2.5m number one launch in Brazil on 246 and a $1.2m hold in Russia, where audiences are lapping up Angelina Jolie and Johnny Depp and the running total stands at $17.6m after three.

But SPRI’s piece de resistance in Russia came courtesy of a powerful number one launch in Russia for Very Best Movie 3 on $5.5m from 909 screens.

Burlesque added $3.6m from 1,225 in 35 for $31.2m with Australia generating a notable hold on $1.2m from 203 in the second weekend for $4.2m. The Social Network barely dropped off at all in its second weekend in Japan as $2m from 329 enabled it to stay top and reach $6.2m. The international tally stands at $113.2m.

  • Fox International unleashed Black Swan in the first wave of territories and reported a fine yield as the psycho-thriller amassed $10.9m from 1,064 screens in nine markets led by a second place UK debut on $4.2m from 356. The film opened top in Germany on $3m from 306 and took $2.6m from 158 in Australia.

Gulliver’s Travels added $7.1m from 3,800 screens in 46 markets for $112.5m. The UK produced a further $1.5m from 481 for $21.1m after four weekends and Brazil generated $1.2m from 430 for $5.3m after two.

Love & Other Drugs added $7.1m from 2,402 screens in 30 markets for a promising early $44.1m. In the second weekend the rom-com took $1.3m from 359 in Germany for $3.7m, $1.2m from 276 in South Korea for $3.3m and $906,000 from 308 in Spain for $2.4m. It opened in Mexico on $611,570 from 260 and after four weekend has amassed $8.1m in the UK.

The Chronicles Of Narnia: Voyage Of The Dawn Trader grossed $4.5m from   4,210 screens in 47 markets to boost the running total to an excellent $267.6m. China generated $1.5m from 450 in the weekend to hold on to third place for $15.7m after three. France is the biggest market to date on $25.9m after seven, followed by the UK on $21.8m after the same amount of time.

Unstoppable has grossed $82.2m and Fox International Production’s Italian-German Vallanzasca opened in Italy on $1.3m from 314 screens.

  • Hereafter grossed $12.5m through Warner Bros Pictures International from more than 2,000 screens in 29 markets for $35.7m. The film opened top in France and Spain on $5m from 460 and $3.7m from 356, respectively. 

Harry Potter And The Deathly Hallows: Part 1 stands at $650.5m following a $1.9m weekend haul from more than 3,100 screens in 46. It is now the biggest Warner Bros release in Latin America on $71.8m, surpassing The Dark Knight’s $71.6m mark.

Yogi Bear added $5.9m from more than 2,000 for $22.7m and added $2.5m from 383 in its second weekend in Australia for $9m. The family film launched in Brazil in third place on $1.4m from 303.

  • Tangled added $9.5m from 4,188 screens in 35 territories through Walt Disney Studios Motion Pictures International as it became the company’s 12th biggest animated release overseas.

Currently on $231.8m, the film is posied to overtake Toy Story 2 by early next weekend. The global tally has reached $418.1m, making Tangled the 25th biggest animated release in history with the UK still to come on Jan 28.

Tron: Legacy grossed $6.9m from 5,929 screens, roughly half of which came from China where $3.5m boosted the tally to $14.3m. The sci-fi adventure opened top in Belgium on $528,000 and the international running total stands at $181m. Worldwide has reached $344.3m.

  • PPI reported that comedy Little Fockers grossed a further $7.7m from 4,500 locations as the cumulative gross climbed to $146.6m. It added $1.1m in the UK for $28.4m after five weekends.

The King’s Speech, winner of the PGA award last night [22], continued its mighty run in Australia and added $1.8m from 234 for $14.8m. It opened top in New Zealand on $520,000 from 64 and has grossed close to $30m in total with FilmNation handling the bulk of territory sales.
Megamind grossed $4.4m from 3,147 sites in 60 markets for $164.8m. The biggest total came from South Korea where $2.1m from 565 boosted the tally to $6.3m after two weekends.

The comedy Morning Glory added $3.5m from 2,049 in 15 for $12.1m. It opened in the UK on $840,000 from 376 and debuted in Spain on $817,000 from 263.

  • Universal /UPI’s comedy The Dilemma added $3m from 797 dates in 12 territories for an early $5.6m, buoyed by a $1.9m UK launch in 418 venues that ranked fifth. Australia stands at $2.9m

Devil has grossed $25.8m and Russian title Last Night has amassed $1.6m in its homeland after 11 days.