UPDATE: The horror thriller added an estimated $33m over the weekend as the running total climbed to $103.3m. Sony Pictures Releasing International markets have generated $99.2m overall.

Resident Evil: Retribution stayed top in the majority of its markets. It opened at number one in Mexico on $3.5m from 1,092 and held on to number one in Japan where $6.2m from 765 screens in the second weekend elevated the tally to $28m. It stayed top in Russia and Brazil on $2.9m from 1,150 for $13.2m and $1.4m from 409 for $5.9m, respectively.

In other second weekend business, the film stayed top in Taiwan where it has amassed $5.9m, while South Korea stands at $3.8m and Australia $2.9m. Retribution comes to the UK and Italy this week.

  • UPDATE: Universal Pictures International reported that Ted became the third Universal film to cross $200m this year as $9.4m from 2,731 sites in 44 territories boosted the running total to $202.9m. The R-rated comedy opened in Brazil on $1.3m from 247.

The Bourne Legacy swept past $100m as $8.7m from 3,566 in 54 territories resulted in $102.6m, making the thriller the sixth Universal film to reach the milestone this year. It opened top in France on $3.3m from 510 venues.

ParaNorman stands at $30m and dominated the UK for the second consecutive weekend on $2m from 479 for a $4.8m tally. Savages stands at $9.4m and Anna Karenina $6.3m in the UK.

  • UPDATE: Paramount Pictures International said that the DreamWorks Animation family film Madagascar 3 stayed top in its second weekend in Australia where $2.6m from 277 sites boosted the running total to $8.1m and debuted top in New Zealand on $400,000 from 74 cinemas. It grossed $5m overall from 1,712 cinemas in 33 countries for $412.4m. Tadeo Jones held on to its number one berth in Spain in the fourth weekend on $1.6m for $13.8m.
  • UPDATE: Prometheus brought in $3.9m overall for $272.5m through Fox International and added $2.2m in China from 800 for $32.6m after four weekends and $1.3m in Italy from 575 for $4.9m after two. Japan has generated $22.5m after five.

The Watch stands at $23.3m, Diary Of A Wimpy Kid: Dog Days $15.5m, Abraham Lincoln: Vampire Hunter $66.5m and Ice Age: Continental Drift $684.4m with Italy to come this week. Chilean smash Stefan Vs Kramer on $11m stayed top in its eighth consecutive weekend in the homeland and ranks as the industry’s second biggest film of all time behind Ice Age 4.

  • UPDATE: The Dark Knight Rises added a confirmed $3.9m through Warner Bros Pictures International from 2,625 screens in 60 markets for $623.8m. The crime drama has generated $87.6m in the UK, $50.9m in China and $43.9m in Australia.
  • UPDATE: Lionsgate Internaitonal reported that Step Up Revolution amassed $2.6m from all markets include those licensed by Universal, brining the international running total to $93.3m. Germany is the top producer on $10.3m followed by France on $10.2m and CIS on $8.7m.
  • Walt Disney Studios Motion Pictures International reported that Finding Nemo 3D grossed $1.3m from 12 territories for $7.9m.