Universal's The Mummy: Tomb Of The Dragon Emperor should dominate the international arena for the second consecutive weekend after knocking The Dark Knight off its perch.

The adventure sequel has raced to $80.7m after breaking a string of records last weekend and touches down in a further 23 territories through UPI.

Highlights are expected to come from France, Switzerland and French-speaking Switzerland on August 6, followed by Germany on August 7, the UK, Austria and Sweden on August 8 and Taiwan on August 9.

Guillermo Del Toro's fantasy action sequel Hellboy II: The Golden Army stands at $24.3m, while the musical adaptation Mamma Mia! has reached $155.7m and the graphic novel adaptation Wanted stands at $117.6m.

Marvel's superhero tale The Incredible Hulk has amassed more than $110m through UPI and other distributors.

Warner Bros Pictures International's (WBPI) The Dark Knight has amassed $225.1m in its first three weeks and should surge past $260m with launches in South Korea on August 8 and Japan on August 9.

The spy spoof TV adaptation Get Smart has accumulated $71.2m to date and has no major debuts in the pipeline over the next several days, while the female-oriented drama The Sisterhood Of The Traveling Pants 2 opens in Japan on August 9 day-and-date with North America. WBPI will report results on Monday.

Walt Disney Studios Motion Pictures International's Wall-E stands at $104m and will consolidate its relatively early tally with launches in Spain and South Korea on August 8.

The Chronicles Of Narnia: Prince Caspian has reached $250.1m and its
next launch will be in Italy on August 14.

Sony Pictures Releasing International (SPRI) opens Pineapple Express in Australia day-and-date with North America on August 7. The stoner comedy reportedly grossed an estimated $12.1m in its first day in North America on Wednesday [6].

The superhero romp Hancock stands at $324.4m, while comedy You Don't
Mess With The Zohan has taken $28m. Stephen Chow's sci-fi comedy CJ7 opens in the UK on August 8.

Fox International's mystery The Happening has grossed $94.1m, while the Eddie Murphy comedy Meet Dave opens in seven territories including Argentina on August 7 and Brazil a day later and stands at $16.7m.

Sci-fi sequel The X-Files: I Want To Believe has grossed $24.9m and launches in eight territories, among them The Netherlands on August 7 and Mexico on August
8. Fox International will release the Brazilian horror film Encarnacao Do Demonio in Brazil on August 8.

Paramount executives will hope their heist thriller The Bank Job has what it takes to break into New Zealand on August 7 through PPI, while Mike Myers' comedy The Love Guru, currently on $4.6m, touches down in Singapore on the same day.

The adventure Indiana Jones And The Kingdom Of The Crystal Skull stands at $460.1m and marvel's superhero saga Iron Man has grossed more than $248.8m through all distributors, $12m of which comes from SPRI. DreamWorks Animation's hit family release Kung Fu Panda has amassed $338m.

New Line International's adventure Journey 3D stands at $34.1m and the TV adaptation Sex And The City has amassed $236.3m.