Fox International's Borat stormed on to the global stage last weekend and will belooking to consolidate its gains over its second weekend.
The comedy has amassed $26m to date and executives expect strongholds in active markets and equally impressive launches in a trio of smallercountries.
The Devil Wears Prada recently crossed the $150m milestone and despite no major newlaunches this weekend is expected to build solidly on its $154.6m tally.
Ridley Scott's drama A Good Year launches in 17 territories includingAustralia, Germany, Russia and Switzerland on Nov 9, and Taiwan on Nov 11. Itstands at $3.2m.
Pedro Almodovar's Volver opens in Brazil on Nov 10. So far it has amassed $2.3mthrough Fox International's Latin American territories. Latest figures put LittleMiss Sunshine on $20.2m,and The History Boyson $6.7m.
Universal's comedy You, Me And Dupree opens through UIP in France on Nov 8followed by Italy on Nov 10. It has so far grossed $48.7m.
Sci-fi thriller Children Of Men, which has so far grossed $18.2m, opensin Germany on Nov 9, while the drama Babel launches in director Alejandro Gonzales Inarritu's nativeMexico on Nov 10.
Paramount's World Trade Center stands at $82.9m, Jackass 2 is on $2.8m, and Over The Hedge has amassed $175.2m including non-UIPreleases in South Korea and Japan.
Sony Pictures Releasing International (SPRI) opens Open Season in Germany on Nov 9; the animatedfeature stands at $52.7m. Latest figures put Click on $93.1m and Monster House on $61.4m.
Lionsgate's horror sequel Saw III has amassed $17.1m from the early stagesof its overseas run and launches in Spain through Buena Vista International(BVI) on Nov 10.
The international running total includes BVI territories, whichaccount for $2.5m.
Latest running totals from BVI put The Guardian on $20.3m, while Cars and Pirates Of The Caribbean: DeadMan's Chest are in thefinal stages of release on $214.2m and $639.7m respectively.
Warner Bros Pictures International (WBPI) executives are injubilant mood after the division crossed $1bn in overseas tickets sales thisweek.
The distributor launches Christopher Nolan's mystery ThePrestige in thedirector's native UK on Nov 10 and is looking to build considerably on itscurrent gross of $6.3m.
Martin Scorsese's crime drama The Departed opens in Holland on Nov 9 and Brazil aday later. It has amassed $49.3m including non-WBPI territories.
Clint Eastwood's wartime drama Flags Of Our Fathers, which stands at $9.1m, opens in Italyon Nov 10.
Latest figures from WBPI put The Ant Bully on $26.5m, The Lake House on $62.5m including Roadshow territories,and Lady In The Water on$30.5m.