Ice Age inched closer to $200m in international ticket salesover the weekend as it expanded into the Baltic States, where Fox registeredits best ever bow in Estonia, opening number one on $45,836 from four screens.This was also the industry's second highest opening of all time in Estonia. Theanimated feature also topped the charts in Latvia, recording Fox's thirdhighest ever opening with $16,328 from two screens. In Lithuania the pictureopened on $22,702 across five screens. Ice Age currently has a cumulative score of around $198m.

Meanwhile Minority Report took $4.9m over the weekend to bring itsinternational running total to $164.6m. In France in its fourth weekend thesci-fi thriller took $1.9m from 705 screens for a territory cumulative score of$14.6m. In its fourth weekend in Germany it grossed $1.02m from 695 screens fora territory cumulative score of $14.9m. The fourth round in Spain yielded$791,000 for a $9.2m cumulative score.

Road To Perdition took $2.4m over the weekend for a $55.9m runningtotal. It opened in The Netherlands on $163,000 and went straight to the top ofthe charts in its opening weekend in Iceland, grossing $28,000 across fivescreens.