Now that Fox International's The Devil Wears Prada is officially part of the One HundredClub the name of the game is crossing $150m.
Fox International executives will be looking for strong holds anda decent launch in South Korea on Oct 26 as the comedy improves on its $111.7moverseas tally.
Fox International holds Latin American rights to Pedro Almodovar'sfamily drama Volver andopens in Mexico on Oct 27.
Ridley Scott's Provencal comedy A Good Year gets its global launch in the UK on Oct27, while the family picture Flicka, which launched in North America last weekend, opens in its firstoverseas market in France on Oct 25.
Latest figures put Garfield: A Tale Of Two Kitties on $109.1m, Little Miss Sunshine on $15.5m, Thank You For Smoking on $7.7m through Fox Internationalmarkets, My Super Ex-Girlfriend on $31m, X-Men: The Last Stand on $224.3m, and The History Boys on $4.6m from the UK alone.
Universal executives are expecting big things from the launch inGerman-speaking territories of Seven Dwarfs 2, the follow-up to the hit 2004 comedy.
The picture opens in Germany on Oct 26 on 896 prints and should dowell, given that Seven Dwarfs finished on $48m in that territory alone.
The dance drama Step Up opens in the UK on Oct 27 on 250 prints. Latest Universal talliesput Miami Vice on$94.8m, The Fast And The Furious: Tokyo Drift on $95.2m, Children Of Men on $12.3m, and You, Me And Dupree on $46.7m.
Sony Pictures Releasing International's (SPRI) animated feature OpenSeason goes out inRussia on Oct 26; it has taken $23.9m from conventional and IMAX screensoverseas.
All The King's Men opens in the UK on Oct 27 while Hostel launches in Japan on Oct 28. The latter standsat $33m, mostly through SPRI markets.
Latest figures put Monster House on $60.2m, Click on $87m, Talladega Nights on $13.7m and Little Man on $40.4m.
Paramount's animated feature Barnyard is on the loose through UIP in Mexico,Spain and Brazil this weekend. The picture has taken $11.2m to date and opensin all three markets on Oct 27.
Over The Hedge leaps into action in Italy on Oct 27; it has so far amassed$153.3m through UIP territories. World Trade Center stands at $72.5m.
Warner Bros Pictures International's (WBPI) Ant Bully has taken $25.4m, Lady In The Water stands at $29.7m, The Lake House stands at $61.5m, and The Departed has grossed more than $3.9m through WBPIterritories only.
Details from Buena Vista International were not available at timeof writing.