Indiana Jones And The Kingdom Of The Crystal Skull will continue to dominate overseas this weekend and should soar past $200m.

The adventure currently stands at more than $188.7m through Paramount Pictures International (PPI) and opens in India and several other key markets.

Stablemate Iron Man will bring more good news for PPI as it builds on $196.7m to also cross $200m. The Marvel Comics adaptation has no major releases scheduled for the weekend.

New Line's Sex And The City is the new kid on the block and will make an impact with highly anticipated launches in the UK - where Wednesday's launch across 453 sites generated $4.1m (£2.1m) - France, Germany, Italy and other European markets as well as Singapore.

The big screen version of one of the most enduring shows in modern television launches through the old New Line International output pipeline, except for Singapore, which opens through Warner Bros Pictures International.

Walt Disney Studios Motion Pictures International is taking the staggered approach with Prince Caspian and the fantasy adventure is faring well on $55m from the early stages of release. Prince Caspian launches in six territories this weekend including Singapore on May 29 and Brazil a day later. The film has opened in approximately 20% of its markets and still has all of Western Europe and Australia to go.

Fox International's romantic comedy What Happens in Vegas is performing far better overseas than it is in North America. Launches this weekend in South Korea on May 29, Mexico on May 30 and Central America should see the film build solidly on the $81.4m tally.

Another romantic comedy, 27 Dresses, opens this weekend in Japan and China and stands at $72.8m. The Rolling Stones concert documentary Shine A Light touches down in Australia and New Zealand. Fox holds rights in three territories and released Martin Scorsese's film in the UK in April.

Latest figures put the comedy Juno on $69m and crime thriller Street Kings starring Keanu Reeves on $30.5m.

Sony Pictures Releasing International's romantic comedy Made Of Honor stands at $25.6m and ventures into Spain on May 30. The card counting drama 21 has tallied $49.3m so far, while thriller Vantage Point stands at $78.4m.

Universal's comedy Forgetting Sarah Marshall stands at $23.8m through Universal Pictures International (UPI).