Terminator 3: Rise Of TheMachines continued its march toward$100m over the weekend, grossing a mighty $19.4m from 2,590 screens (includingJapan and Korea, where CTFDI does not have distribution) for an $85.2minternational running total in its third week.

In a series of impressive number one bows in its thirdweek on release, the sci-fi sequel grossed $2.8m on 529 prints in Mexico forthe 15th biggest ever bow there.

In India itgrossed just over $1m ($1.02m) on 228 for the third biggest opening ever behindSpider-Man and DieAnother Day.

Denmark grossed$960,000 on 91 for the seventh biggest opening and the biggest summer bow ofall time for a Hollywood film.

Switzerlandproduced $900,000 on 103, Holland yielded $900,000 on 115 and Portugal produced$455,000 on 91 for the 10th biggest opening ever.

T3 should pass $100m next week when itopens in 17 new markets including the UK, Germany and Spain.

Charlie'sAngels: Full Throttlehad no openings but added $10m from 5,235 screens for $124.8m, slipping 37%. Itis expected to pass the original's finishing score of $138.8m.

The highlightswere strong holds in the UK ($1.6m, down only 17%), Germany ($1.4m, down 18%)and Belgium ($330,000, up 5%).

Meanwhile theEddie Murphy comedy Daddy Day Care is gradually assembling a solid box office. This weekend itraised its cumulative score to $23m despite only being open in four majormarkets.

The UK grossed$1.2m in its third weekend, gaining 1% during the school holidays for a $6mtotal there.