Sony Pictures Releasing International top brass will be looking for the latest wave of releases to push The Green Hornet over the $75m mark.

The action film launches in around a dozen territories including Russia, Hong Kong and Argentina and currently stands at more than $60m.

GK Films’ The Tourist stands at more than $150m while Burlesque has grossed more than $37.4m.

There should be another strong weekend in store for Tangled as Walt Disney Studios Motion Pictures International unleashes the animation hit in a slew of territories.

All eyes will be on the opening weekends in Spain, Taiwan and Hong Kong as the film drives towards the $275m milestone. It currently stands at $261.1m. Tron: Legacy could cross $200m in the next few days and has amassed $197.8m.

Fox International’s arthouse hit Black Swan has taken $31m so far and touches down in around a dozen territories, among them Brazil and Holland.

Meanwhile Fox Searchlight’s other major Oscar contender 127 Hours has grossed $11.3m and opens in seven including Spain.

Gulliver’s Travels stands at $121.9m and strides into Italy and Wall Street: Money Never Sleeps on $78.6m arrives in Japan. The Chronicles Of Narnia: Voyage Of The Dawn Treader stands at $271.9m and Love And Other Drugs has grossed $53.3m.

Oscar frontrunner The King’s Speech is performing exceptionally well overseas and stands at more than $67m, mostly through FilmNation licensees. The company licensed Australian and New Zealand rights to PPI and the film has grossed a staggering $18m in Australia alone. This weekend’s releases are France and Sweden through The Weinstein Company, among others.

Little Fockers has grossed $153.4m through PPI and opens in Taiwan and Hong Kong. The Fighter opens in the UK and True Grit arrives in Mexico.

Universal / UPI opens the underwater adventure Sanctum day-and-date with North America in the UK this weekend. Devil opens in Spain and French-speaking Switzerland and stands at $26.4m.

Warner Bros Pictures International’s Hereafter has grossed $44.8m and arrives in Denmark, while Yogi Bear on $37.3m opens in Hong Kong.

Harry Potter And The Deathly Hallows: Part 1 is on $653.9m, Due Date has grossed $109.8m and Life As We Know It stands at $55.4m with Japan to come in March.