The Devil Wears Prada remained the number one overseas picture this weekend, adding anestimated $16.7m through Fox International from 4,400 screens in 53 markets fora $130m tally.
Thecomedy opened top in South Korea and Belgium on $2.9m from 241 screens and$807,000 from 60 respectively.
Strong holds saw the picture add $2.7m from 607 for $13.5mand second place in Germany and $2.3m from 440 for $12m in Italy in its thirdweekend.
Prada added$1.8m from 446 for $22m and fifth place in its fourth weekend in the UK, and$1.7m from 467 for $14.3m in its fifth in France.
A Good Year opened in ninth place in the UK on a not-so-good $791,000 from285 in the UK. Volver,which Fox International has for all of Latin America, opened in Mexico on$283,000 from 200 and stands at $1.7m overall for Fox. Little Miss Sunshine added $1m for $17m.
Sony Pictures Releasing International's (SPRI) animated feature OpenSeason raised itsoverseas tally by $9.5m from 3,400 screens in 40 territories to $38.5m.
The picture stayed top in its second weekend in France on $2.4mfrom 629 screens for $5m. It opened top in Russia on $2.2m from 476 for thefourth biggest animated debut of all time.
Open Season added $1.9m from 457 in its second weekend in the UK to ranksecond on $10.9m.
The Adam Sandler comedy Click raised its running total by $2m to$91.2m, which currently accounts for 40% of the comedy's worldwide tally.
Seven Dwarfs 2, the German comedy sequel to the Teutonic smash of 2004, openedthrough Universal/UIP to great results in German-speaking Europe this weekend.
The picture took $8.4m from 930 sites and was the clear leader inGermany on $6.6m from 770 venues and 35% market share. It also dominatedAustria on $1.5m from 100 and 43% market share, and German-speaking Switzerlandon $300,000 from 58.
Children Of Men added $2.6m from 862 venues in Universal's 12 territories for$15.4m. The sci-fi thriller has amassed $1.6m after two weekends in France,$1.3m after the same amount of time in Australia, and $9m after six in the UK.
Horror sequel The Grudge 2, which Universal acquired for the UK, added $700,000 from330 sites for $3.3m after two weekends and ranks 10th.
Comedy You, Me And Dupree added $400,000 from 480 sites in 25 territories for a $47.2minternational tally. here are 10 territories to open including France on Nov 8and Italy on Nov 10.
The Departed grossed $7.7m from approximately 900 prints in 22 markets throughWarner Bros Pictures International (WBPI) and Initial Entertainment Group for$36.8m.
The crime thriller opened top in Spain through WBPI on $2.3m from364 prints, and stayed top in Australia for the third consecutive weekend on$984,000 from 217 for $5.3m. In a non-WBPI release The Departed opened in Italy on $1.9m from 425prints.
Flags Of Our Fathers, which WBPI has overseas, grossed $3.3m from 750 prints in fourmarkets. The Iwo Jima wartime drama opened in Japan in second place on $1.7mfrom 294 prints, and opened in France on $1.5m from 425 prints.
The Prestige added $924,000 from 200 prints in five Asian markets for an early$2.4m running total through WBPI. It opened in fourth place in Hong Kong on$200,000 from 29 and opened second in the Philippines on $173,000 from 30.After two weekends in Taiwan The Prestige stands at $1.4m.
Pan's Labyrinth grossed $1.5m from more than 500 screens in two markets for $8m.The fantasy-drama added $922,000 from 302 screens in its third weekend in Spainfor $6.2m, and added $601,000 from 204 in its second weekend in Mexico for$1.7m.
Horror sequel Saw III opened top in the UK on an excellent $4.9m that marked thefranchise's first table topping debut in the territory. It was also Lionsgate'swidest release
Buena Vista International's (BVI) The Guardian added $3.7m from 2,174 screens for anearly $15.4m overseas tally.
Business was powered by decent second weekend holds in Germany andMexico that generated $600,000 for $2m and $560,000 for $2m respectively.
The action drama opened in Singapore on $250,000 and opened inTaiwan on $130,000 from 12 sites. The Guardian opened in South Korea this week.
The Nightmare Before Christmas continued to perform well in Japan in itssecond weekend and added $45,000 for a superb $185,000 running total from threevenues.
Paramount's World Trade Center grossed $3.7m through UIP from 2,263 screensin 50 territories for $77.2m. It added $1.1m in Japan for $15.4m, and grossed$629,000 from 214 sites in Italy for $5.4m.
The animated feature Barnyard took $3.6m from 2,029 screens in 22 territoriesfor $15.9m. It opened top in Mexico on $777,000 from 385 sites and top in Chileon $48,000 from 28 sites.
Barnyard openedin Spain on $500,000 from 236 screens, and launched in Brazil on $162,000 from61 sites.
Over The Hedge, another animated feature that has been active since the summer,added $2.3m from 956 sites in 61 territories for $170.1m through alldistributors. It opened in second place in Italy on $1.7m from 500 screens.
An Inconvenient Truth added $1m from 460 sits in 25 territories for $9.2m.
Dance drama StepUp added $3m from 1,078screens to raise its tally through all distributors to $19.6m. The bulk ofbusiness came from a $2.2m debut in the UK through Universal/UIP, whose fiveterritories have generated $8.3m to date.