Quantum Of Solace will soar past $100m overseas this weekend as Sony Pictures Releasing International (SPRI) unleashes James Bond in a further 56 territories following last weekend's record UK launch.

The action saga has amassed more than $51.8m in less than a week and SPRI sources said it had already grossed more in each of the ten territories that opened on Wednesday than Casino Royale took in its first day in those territories.

The Wednesday launches included China, where Solace opened on 1,251 prints in the widest ever release for a Hollywood film in the territory, and South Korea on 403.

Weekend highlights are expected to feature Germany and Russia, where Bond arrives on 1,075 and 697 prints today [Nov 6], and India and Italy on 700 and 469 tomorrow.

Debuts in Brazil, Argentina, Austria, Switzerland and Taiwan should also deliver strong results. Quantum Of Solace opens in North America on November 14.

To date the film, in which Daniel Craig reprises his role as the British super-spy, has taken $32.6m in the UK, $15.7m in France and $3.5m in Sweden.

Fox International launches The X-Files: I Want To Believe, currently on $44.4m, in its final territory of Japan on November 7. Horror title Mirrors opens in Australia on November 6 and the action title Max Payne has grossed $24.9m.

Mandate International's Saw V opens in France through Metropolitan on November 5 and Sweden through Scanbox on November 7.

Warner Bros Pictures International opens the terrorism thriller Body Of Lies in France on November 5 and the film stands at $11.6m, while Nights In Rodanthe has reached $22.7m and opens in Australia on November 6.

Latest figures put Universal/UPI's Mamma Mia! on $216m and Hellboy II: The Golden Army on $72.4m. Paramount's Tropic Thunder stands at $71.7m through PPI. Journey 3D has reached $98.4m through New Line International.