Quantum Of Solace will race towards $250m in international markets this weekend and should cross $300m worldwide when 007 brings the mayhem to North America.

MGM/Sony's latest entry in the James Bond canon has been on devastating form since it launched two weeks ago and has amassed more than $190.1m from 60 markets through Sony Pictures Releasing International (SPRI).

Quantum arrives in six international markets this weekend including Mexico on November 14, when another powerhouse debut would appear to be on the cards.

Factor in sturdy second weekend holdovers in the majority of territories and continued success in the third weekends in the UK, France and Sweden and SPRI should be looking at another mighty weekend.

SPRI also unleashes the comedy Pineapple Express in Brazil on November 14 and will look to push up the $12.5m running total. Step Brothers stands at $26.6m and The House Bunny has amassed $20m.

High School Musical 3: Senior Year has raced to $113.3m and Walt Disney Studios Motion Pictures International (WDSMPI) anticipates solid returns from Russia on November 14.

Wall-E has rung up $163m and is far from over considering that it will open on December 5 in Japan, a key date because Japan is traditionally the most lucrative overseas market for Pixar titles.

WDSMPI also opens the comedy The Accidental Husband starring Uma Thurman and Colin Firth in Germany on November 13. The romantic comedy won't open in North American through Yari Film Group Releasing until March but WDSMPI, which holds German and Latin American rights, had taken Thurman on a German publicity tour and saw an opportunity to go out early.

Universal's awards season contender Changeling starring Angelina Jolie opens in five through UPI including France and French-speaking Switzerland on November 12 followed by Italy on November 14.

DreamWorks Animation's Madagascar: Escape 2 Africa reaches the shores of Malaysia and Singapore through PPI on November 13 and should swell its existing $41.9m. DreamWorks-Paramount's comedy Ghost Town, currently on $7.7m, touches down in New Zealand on the same day.

Thriller Eagle Eye, now on $70.8m, opens in India on November 14 while Japanese audiences get the chance to try Gurinder Chadha's Angus Thongs on for size on November 15.

Fox International opens Max Payne in France and Switzerland on November 12 followed by the UK on November 14. The action film stands at $27.2m.

Mandate International's Saw V opens in Norway through Scanbox on November 14. To date the horror sequel has grossed more than $23m.