Harry Potter And TheGoblet Of Fire remains the runawaychampion at the international box office and nothing will challenge itssupremacy this weekend.

Heading into its thirdweekend the family adventure has already sold more than $236.9m in ticketsoutside North America and opens in several major territories this weekend.

Warner Bros PicturesInternational (WBPI) opened the film in France on Nov 30, Australia on Dec 1and South Korea on Dec 2. The current international running total includes first-dayresults in France.

Beyond this weekend, thefourth Harry Potter instalment isset to launch in Hong Kong and Russia on Dec 22 and Dec 23 respectively.

Elsewhere UIP's weekend isheaded up by the release of Universal's action horror title Doom in the UK on Dec 2 on 300 prints. The picture hasgrossed $19.5m so far.

Paramount's drama TheWeather Man opens in France on Nov30, and the studio's comic book adaptation Aeon Flux goes out day and date with North America in Russiaand the Ukraine on Dec 1, followed by Singapore, Thailand and Malaysia a daylater.

DreamWorks International'sromantic comedy Just Like Heavenlaunches in Germany on Dec 1, Spain on Dec 2, and Taiwan on Dec 3. It stands at$3.8m to date.

Buena Vista International (BVI)opens the animated romp Chicken Little in Italy on Dec 2, among other smaller territories. The running totalstands at $33.2m. Thriller Flightplan, which has amassed $87.5m so far, has no major debuts this weekend.

Sony Pictures ReleasingInternational (SPRI) opens The Exorcism Of Emily Rose in Brazil on Dec 2 on 180 prints, as well as ineight territories in the Middle East on a combined 36 prints. It also launchesin Argentina and Portugal on Dec 1 on 40 and 35 respectively, and Sweden on Dec2 on 36. The international cumulative total stands at $35m. Zathura, which is in the early stages of release, debuts inTaiwan on Dec 3 on 90 screens.

Fox International opens thedrama In her Shoes in Argentinaon Dec 1 and Brazil and Mexico on Dec 2. It's grossed $32.3m so far.

Adventure Into The Blue stands at $19.9m, while the Russian fantasy saga Nightwatch has amassed $31.2m through all distributors to date.

The romantic comedy Shopgirl, which Fox International has in limited territories,goes out in Australia 1 and New Zealand on Dec 1. These are the first Foxterritories.

Latest figures issued by NewLine International put A History Of Violence on $18.9m, Wedding Crashers on $73.8m, and Monster In Law on $70.8m.