The biggest international performer in Christopher Nolan’s trilogy has now reached $501.1m and combines with the $413.9m North American gross for a $915m worldwide running total.
It will have a fight on its hands to reign supreme for the sixth consecutive weekend as Sony Pictures Releasing International (SPRI) opens The Amazing Spider-Man this weekend in China. That territory alone combined with holdovers could push the superhero action saga to the top of the pile.
The webslinger stands at $440m and faces stiff competition from stablemate Total Recall , whichhas grossed $65.3m to date and opens in Australia and Germany.
SPRI also opens the action thriller Premium Rush day-and-date with North America in a handful of Caribbean territories.
Universal Pictures International’s comedy smash Ted has grossed $144.6m while The Bourne Legacy on an early $33.6m opens in Mexico and Argentina.
ParaNorman on $8.7m debuts in nine territories including Germany, Russia, France and French-speaking Switzerland
Paramount Pictures International’s The Dictator opens in Mexico and Brazil and stands at $110.4m while Shadow Dancer arrives in the UK.
DreamWorks Animation’s Madagascar 3 has grossed $358.2m and opens in Italy and Italian-speaking Switzerland. Katy Perry: Part Of Me arrives in Germany and Singapore.
Fox International’s Ice Age: Continental Drift stands at $652.9m, while
Abraham Lincoln: Vampire Hunter and Prometheus have grossed $44.5m and $206.9m, respectively.
Prometheusopens in Japan and The Three Stooges arrives in the UK. The Watch opens in Russia and Singapore.
Bravehas crossed $185m through Walt Disney Studios Motion Pictures International.