Can Mamma Mia! keep the momentum going and stay atop the international charts for another weekend' Universal's musical arrives in three new markets including Russia on September 25 and currently stands at $340.2m through UPI.

The biggest competition for Mamma Mia! will come from DreamWorks-Paramount's thriller Eagle Eye when it launches day-and-date with North America in 13 territories through PPI. Highlights are expected to come from Australia on 237 prints, Thailand on 80, New Zealand on 53 and Argentina on 40 on September 25, followed a day later by Mexico on 350 and Brazil on 145.

Tropic Thunder on $32.4m opens in nine including Mexico on 350 on September 26.

Sony Pictures Releasing International opens Iron Man in Japan on
September 27. The comic book adaptation has grossed $214m through PPI.

Sony's comedy The House Bunny starring Anna Faris gets its first overseas launch when it opens in South Africa on September 24 followed a day later by Australia and New Zealand.

Step Brothers arrives in Mexico on September 26 and stands at $16.9m. You Don't Mess With The Zohan has amassed $91.4m and opens in two smaller markets.

Universal's The Mummy: Tomb Of The Dragon Emperor, currently on $257.3m, opens in Italy on September 26. Hellboy II: The Golden Army, on $60.3m, launches in four including South Korea on September 25.

Death Race opens in three including the UK on September 26; it has taken $10.9m through UPI.

Focus Features' Burn After Reading opens in Taiwan through Long Shong, Greece through Odeon and Iceland through Sena this weekend. The early international running total stands at $2.8m.

New Line International's Journey To The Centre of The Earth 3D stands at $73.8m and launches in Australia and New Zealand through Roadshow Films on September 25. Sex And The City has amassed $254.8m.

Warner Bros Pictures International's The Dark Knight has reached $457.5m, Get Smart stands at $96m, Star Wars: The Clone Wars has amassed $29.2m and RocknRolla has taken $8m in the UK alone.

Fox International's Babylon AD stands at $28.9m through all distributors and opens in Taiwan on September 27. Taken stands at $49.6m through all distributors and opens in four markets including the UK on September 26, while The X-Files: I Want To Believe has amassed $43.9m and launches in India on September 26.