Harry Potter And The Goblet Of Fire has crossed $600m at the internationalbox office, making it the fifth biggest international release of all time.

Since Warner Bros PicturesInternational released the fourth episode late last year, it has grossed more than$91m in Japan, $84m in the UK, $62m in Germany, $55m in France, and $26m inAustralia.

"We're incredibly proud of this film and its spectacularshowing all over the world," international distribution chief Veronika Kwan-Rubineksaid. "The international team and our territory offices worked hard tomaximise its potential in every country, and I congratulate them on these fantastic results."

"[Director] Mike Newell captured the breadth and scope ofthis story, which allowed us to create a truly segmented marketing campaignthat appealed to moviegoers of all ages and walks of life," marketingchief Sue Kroll added.

"Our aggressive campaign showcased the film's strikingimagery and thematic complexity while highlighting the action, humour and teen issuesthat captured the imaginations of teens and moviegoers experiencing HarryPotter for the first time. We're thrilled with this spectacular response."

All four films in the Harry Potter series are among the tenhighest international grossing films of all time. Harry Potter And The Sorcerer'sStone grossed $657m, ChamberOf Secrets took $616m,and Prisoner Of Azkaban grossed $545m.