Warner Bros International cruised past the $200m mark over the weekend with Oceans Eleven, bringing the film's worldwide total to over $390m. The estimated weekend take for Steven Soderbergh's star-studded caper was $16.7m, bringing the film's total to $210m.
The success of Oceans Eleven adds to Warner International's achievement on Harry Potter & The Philosopher's Stone which has so far grossed over $600m in international territories.
Over the weekend, Oceans opened in Korea with $2.23m on 110 screens, which is the seventh biggest opening of all time in the territory. Meanwhile in its third weekend on release in the UK, the film moved up to top the chart with a $3.7m gross from 437 sites, down 27% from the previous weekend. It has grossed $22.2m so far in the UK.
In its second weekend in Brazil, it took $1.1m from 295 screens, dropping only 21% from its opening, while in Belgium, it took the number one position in its fourth weekend, taking $0.27m from 70 screens (and a total of $2.5m).