Fox International's sci-fi romp Jumper will be looking to stay on top of the overseas charts but the film will face stiff competition this weekend.

The film launches in Italy on 250 screens and currently stands at more than $61m internationally.

The biggest threat to Jumper's reign will come from Sony Pictures Releasing International's assassination thriller Vantage Point.

Vantage Point remains the number one title in North America and is set to launch in 12 territories this weekend including Germany on 450 screens, Italy on 350, Spain on 369, Russia on 226, South Korea on 200 and India on 120.

Universal's drama Charlie Wilson's War lands in 10 territories through UPI this weekend and executives will have highest hopes for Singapore and Brazil. The film stands at $37.5m.

Cyber-thriller Untraceable opens in the UK on Feb 29 and crime drama We Own The Night opens in Australia on Feb 28.

PPI's No Country For Old Men will be looking to capitalise on its quadruple Oscar win when it touches down in nine territories this weekend.

The crime drama has amassed $40m and more than $102m worldwide to date and launches in Germany on Feb 28.

Warner Bros Pictures International's (WBPI) drama The Bucket List has taken $34.4m and opens in France on Feb 27. Latest figures put Sweeney Todd on $81m and I Am Legend on $325.8m.

Walt Disney Studios Motion Pictures International (WDSMPI) will also be seeking to benefit from the Academy Award success of There Will Be Blood, which earned statuettes for Daniel Day-Lewis and cinematographer Robert Elswit.

The oil epic has a shot at crossing $30m overseas and generated a strong opening day in France this week. Full results will be disclosed at the weekend.

There Will Be Blood currently stands at $12.2m and is yet to open in Japan and South Korea.

The 3-D family film Hannah Montana opens in six theatres in Mexico on Feb 29.

National Treasure 2 has amassed $214m and is expected to cross $230m with China still to come and many territories still active.

New Line International's (NLI) The Golden Compass launches in Japan this weekend and should use the debut to boost the $256.5m international running total.

NLI's Semi-Pro launches in the UK on Feb 29 day-and-date with North America.