Focus Features' Lostin Translation, which wonwriter-director Sofia Coppola a best original screenplay Oscar, has passed$100m in worldwide ticket sales.

The picture hasgrossed $44.2m at the domestic box office from a 26-week run and taken morethan $56m internationally.

Theinternational total is certain to increase considerably when Lost InTranslation opens inJapan, where the story is set, in April.

Highlights include a $16.7m running total in the UK makingit Momentum Pictures' highest grossing film ever there, $7.9m in France, $6.6min Germany and $3.4m in Italy.

"We congratulateSofia Coppola, producer Ross Katz, Bill Murray, Scarlett Johansson, and thewonderful cast and crew for making a truly great film that has spoken to peopleall over the world," Focus co-presidents David Linde and James Schamus said ina statement.

"We also wish to thank themfor their tremendous support - their hundreds of hours of interviews andtireless travel helped establish this film as a global must-see. In addition,we want to thank our international distribution partners who believed in thisfilm and are sharing in its success."