Quantum Of Solace should cross $300m this weekend after racing to $267.4m through Sony Pictures Releasing International (SPRI).

The latest James Bond saga opens in Australia on November 19 followed by Spain on November 21 and is expected to deliver strong holds in all its territories. Casino Royale amassed more than $425m overseas.

SPRI opens the comedy Step Brothers on $27m in France on November 19, horror release Quarantine in the UK on the same day and the drama Rachel Getting Married in Italy on November 21. Latest figures put The House Bunny on $20.6m and Pineapple Express on $12.7m.

The teen vampire romance Twilight launches day-and-date with North America in approximately 1,350 sites in four markets and should cause a stir.

Summit International is releasing the film via Eagle in Italy, Cordazone in Mexico, West Video in Russia and Nordisk in Sweden. Summit Entertainment releases the film in North America this weekend in more than 3,300 theatres.

Warner Bros Pictures International gives the spy thriller Body Of Lies a big push this weekend with launches in Germany, Russia and Singapore on November 20 and the UK and Italy a day later. The running total stands at $22.4m. Nights In Rodanthe has amassed $29m.

Universal's Death Race on $30.4m opens in six territories through UPI, among them Germany on November 20 and India on November 21. Hellboy 2: The Golden Army stands at $79.9m and opens in China on November 21

Burn After Reading has amassed more than $127m worldwide. As of November 17, latest figures put the international running total at $67.5m, with the UK on $11.9m, Germany on $11.7m and Spain on $9.1m.

The Coen Brothers' dark comedy has taken $5.5m in Australia, $1.9m in Poland, $1.7m in Austria and $1.5m in Mexico. It has grossed more than $1m in the Netherlands, Portugal and Greece.

Fox International launches the Mark Wahlberg action vehicle Max Payne in eight territories including Germany and South Korea on November 20 and Brazil and Austria on November 21. The latest tally stands at $31.9m.

Sci-fi adventure Babylon AD arrives in China this weekend and has amassed $46.2m through all distributors so far.

Walt Disney Studios Motion Pictures International's family title Beverly Hills Chihuahua has snapped up $19m so far and will sink its teeth into Hong Kong and Singapore on November 20.

Latest figures put High School Musical 3: Senior Year on $123.9m and with Australia still to come in December the film has a shot at crossing $150m. Wall-E stands at $264m and launches in Japan on December 5.

DreamWorks Animations' Madagascar: Escape 2 Africa has grossed a whisker over $50m and touches down in five territories through PPI this weekend including the Netherlands on November 20 followed by Denmark, Finland, Norway and Sweden on November 21.

The comedy Tropic Thunder on $74.1m opens in Japan on November 22.