Director Woody Allen's Match Point has crossed $50minternationally.

His biggest hit in 20 years, Match Point had earned $49.6m as of February 19, having addedanother $1.6m over the February 17-19 weekend, which saw Brazil ($377,000) and Turkey ($120,600) added to the film's international rollout.

Having travelled Europe, the drama starring Jonathan Rhys-Meyers, Scarlett Johansson and Emily Mortimer, is now opening in Latin America and Australasia.

The film will make its debut in Australia on March 2 through Icon FilmDistribution.

Icon also handledthe film in the UK where it has grossed $4.2m (£2.4m) to date. Argentina will follow next week through Alfa on March 9 and Mexico a day later, released by Gussi.

These territories do not traditionally see returns on the level of Europe's leading territories for the director's films, but the $50m mark wasassured long before even reaching them. Poland is also still to launch in Europe, with Spinka releasing on April 7.

The film has earned over$70m worldwide, having taken $20.4m in North America. It ranks as Allen's fourth biggest releasedomestically ahead of Love & Death($20.1m).

It is also his biggest since 1986's Hannah And Her Sisters, which remains his most successful film inNorth America with $41.1m ahead of Manhattan($40m) and Annie Hall ($38.3m).