Sony Pictures Releasing International’s (SPRI) family smash stood at more than $257m heading into the weekend and opens in around 20 markets including Norway, Sweden and Finland.

Bad Teacher has crossed $103m and arrives in Italy, Hong Kong and South Africa, while Zookeeper on more than $66m arrives in 10 including Turkey. SPRI will open the found footage horror Apollo 18 in Russia, day-and-date with its North American release through The Weinstein Company.

Warner Bros Pictures International’s Final Destination 5 on $40m opens in Australia and France this weekend, while Horrible Bosses has grossed $60m and arrives in Germany and Taiwan.

Green Lantern stands at $93m and swoops into Italy. Latest figures put Harry Potter And The Deathly Hallows: Part 2 on an even $930m.

Cowboys And Aliens on $39.6m opens in seven markets through PPI including Spain, while Captain America: The First Avenger is at $159.5m. Australia receives Chalet Girl and O Homen Do Futuro (Man From The Future) opens in Brazil. Transformers: Dark Of The Moon stands at $757.7m.

UPI’s Bridesmaids stands at $110.6m, while The Change-Up opens in Russia. Paul has taken $59.7m and arrives in Mexico, One Day on an early $5.9m opens in Australia and Senna on $8.2m debuts in New Zealand, as does Hanna.

Walt Disney Studios Motion Pictures International (WDSMPI) opens DreamWorks’ Fright Night remake in the UK and Poland.

DreamWorks’ North American smash The Help opens through WDSMPI in Australia and Cars 2 has amassed $343.9m so far.

Fox International’s Rise Of The Planet Of The Apes opens in Mexico and several others and has grossed $161.9m, while the Jim Carrey family hit Mr Popper’s Penguins stands at $102.1m.