Scooby-Doo is poised to break the $100m barrier at theinternational box office for Warner Bros after steady weekend takings across 38territories raised its cumulative score to $99m last weekend. The pictureopened at number one this weekend in Sweden, where it took an estimated$235,000 from 100 screens. Overall the live action adaptation grossed $3.2mfrom 3,257 screens in 38 territories. The picture will roll out in Venezuelanext weekend.
Elsewhere, Warner opened itsadventure picture The Time Machinein Turkey, where it came second behind Blade II and grossed $76,000 from 45 prints. The TimeMachine now has an internationalcumulative total of $66.5m.