Fox International launches DreamWorks Animation’s latest family fare day-and-date with North America in approximately 28 territories. There are significant new launches too for Pacific Rim, White House Down and Universal’s R.I.P.D.

Turbo is set to burst out of the blocks in Russia and Hong Kong as well as a slew of family-friendly Latin American markets such as Mexico, Brazil and Argentina.

Fox International executives reported that by Monday The Croods stood at $399m, while Epic had reached $137.9m and The Heat $16.9m.

Universal Pictures International launches the action title R.I.P.D. in 10 territories day-and-date with North America including Russia. The remainder of international roll-out kicks off on Jul 25.

Walt Disney Studios Motion Pictures International’s Monsters University has amassed $259.4m while The Lone Ranger stands at $53.4m and arrives in Mexico, Taiwan, Philippines and Venezuela.

Pacific Rim has taken $75m through Warner Bros Pictures International and touches down this weekend in 13 markets, among them Germany, France and Hong Kong. Horror title The Conjuring arrives day-and-date with North America in Spain and Australia.

Man Of Steel stands at $343.1m and will open next in Japan on Aug 30. The Hangover Part 3 has taken $239.8m and The Great Gatsby has reached $187.1m.

White House Down ventures into 14 new territories through Sony Pictures Releasing International including China and Russia and the thriller has reached $20.3m.

Comedy This Is The End has grossed $6.5m and arrives in Australia, Italy and Belgium. Grown Ups 2 has grossed an early $2.7m and opens across German-speaking Europe. After Earth stands at $165.6m.

Now You See Me has grossed $75.5m through Lionsgate International licensees and opened at number one in Italy last weekend on $1.9m from 372.