Pirates Of The Caribbean: At World's End should stay at the top of the international box office in its third weekend, although Shrek The Third will pose a challenge.

Buena Vista International's high seas adventure stands at a staggering $438m following its $216m launch weekend two weeks ago last weekend's biggest ever second weekend of $103m.

Paramount PPI opens Shrek The Third in 14 territories including South Korea on Jun 6 and Australia a day later. The animated film has grossed $33.5m from the early days of its staggered release.

Also preparing to launch for PPI are the comedy Blades Of Glory, currently on $16.7m, in Russia on Jun 7, and comedy Reno 911! Miami in Spain and South Africa on Jun 8

Sony Pictures Releasing International's (SPRI) Spider-Man 3 is winding down, having amassed a monumental $527.9m to rank as the 12th biggest international release on record.

SPRI is launching the Splat Pack horror sequel Hostel II in five territories day-and-date with North America this weekend, including Australia and Argentina on Jun 7, as well as Slovakia, where the story takes place.

Family film Are We Done Yet' opens in the UK on Jun 8, while the animated family romp Surf's Up will be looking to catch a wave in Russia on Jun 7.

Warner Bros Pictures International's 300 has amassed $232.2m, Music And Lyrics $94.6m including Roadshow territories, The Reaping $36.65m including Roadshow territories, and Zodiac $26.6m.

Universal UPI's Hot Fuzz stands at $50m and Mr Bean's Holiday has amassed $173.6m.

Fox International's 28 Weeks Later and Sunshine stand at $17.5m and $27.6m respectively.