Warner Bros top brass confirmed weekend results on Monday (27) and said The Dark Knight Rises grossed $16m from 7,200 screens in 62 markets for a $520m international running total.
The Warner Entertainment Japan and C&I Entertainment release Rurouni Kenshin launched in Japan in first place on $7m from 327 screens including previews.
Total Recall grossed $14.3m through Sony Pictures Releasing International and stands at a relatively early $80.3m. Premium Rush took in $1.2m from its initial forays in a handful of markets.
Paramount Pictures International said DreamWorks Animation’s Madagascar 3 added $13.8m from 3,146 locations in 35 countries reported and has reached $371.3m. The Dictator stands at $112.7m and Katy Perry: Part Of Me has grossed $6.9m.
Ted brought in a further $9.8m through Universal Pictures International from 2,792 sites in 31 territories as the tally climbed to $155.7m. The Bourne Legacy added $9.2m from 2,459 in 24 for an early $43.6m.
In a pair of second weekend results, The Expendables added $3.1m in Russia from 810 for $14.1m and $1m in Italy from 419 for $4.3m.
Ice Age: Continental Drift grossed $9.5m from 5,786 screens in 48 markets to reach $667.9m.
Fox International films have crossed the $2bn threshold for the year-to-date at the international box office and the Ice Age franchise itself has grossed more than $2bn internationally since the first film launched in 2002.
Step Up Revolution added $5.4m over the weekend through Lionsgate licensees and Universal territories, brining the running total to $59.6m and the worldwide tally to $93.3m. The film stands at $8.6m in CIS, $6.5m in France, $5.2m in Australia and $5m in Taiwan.