Sony Pictures Releasing International’s The Green Hornet arrives in around 17 markets this weekend and studio chiefs will look to retain Hollywood’s overseas crown.
Big things are expected of the action film in South Korea, Italy, Taiwan and Singapore and the running total stands at $37.5m.
How Do You Know gets a hefty push in the key markets like the UK, which hosts a highly competitive weekend, Australia, France, Spain and Switzerland.
The Social Network has generated $113.5m and GK Films’ The Tourist has amassed $139.1m Burlesque is on $31.2m and opens in Russia and Mexico.
Walt Disney Studios Motion Pictures International launches Tangled in the UK and South Africa and the animated hit has reached $237.6m.
Tron: Legacy on $181.9m arrives in Germany and Austria and while graphic novel adaptation Red opens in Japan.
Fox International opens Love And Other Drugs in Brazil, Russia, Argentina and seven other territories and the rom-com stands at $44.6m.
Black Swan stands at an early $12.8m and opens in New Zealand and a handful of other territories. Gulliver’s Travels opens in South Korea and has amassed $113.7m so far and Night Market Hero arrives in Taiwan. The Chronicles Of Narnia: Voyage Of The Dawn Treader stands at $267.5m.
Warner Bros Pictures International launches Clint Eastwood’s supernatural drama Hereafter in the UK and Germany this weekend and the film stands at $32.3m.
Due Date on $106.7m opens in Italy, while Yogi Bear on $26.4m opens in Scandinavia. The Town has grossed $60.9m and arrives in South Korea.
Universal/UPI’s The Dilemma has taken $6.4m from the early stages and opens in around ten markets including Germany. The Mechanic starring Jason Statham and Ben Foster arrives in Russia. Little Fockers stands at $148.3m through PPI.
Multiple Oscar nominee The King’s Speech stands at $50m internationally, where Glen Basner’s FilmNation handled the majority of sales. PPI is releasing the film for Transmission in Australia.
Lionsgate opens The Mechanic in the UK and reports that The Next Three Days has grossed $27.6m, Season Of The Witch $17.7m, The Switch $22m and Saw 3D $84.5m.