The Dark Knight would appear to be the one to beat yet again as the film enters its third weekend, although Warner Bros Pictures International can look for some spirited competition from Universal's The Mummy: Tomb Of The Dragon Emperor which opens in 28 territories.

The crime epic has amassed $159m to date and has no new markets this weekend. The next major release will be in South Korea on August 7, followed by Japan on August 9, Spain and France on August 12 and Germany on August 21.

WBPI's comedy Get Smart has grossed $67.1m and also has no new launches scheduled for the next few days.

UPI's The Mummy: Tomb Of The Dragon Emperor opens day-and-date with North America in markets such as Argentina, Hong Kong, South Korea, Russia and Singapore on July 31 and Brazil, Mexico and Spain on August 1.

The Incredible Hulk will get a big boost this weekend when it opens in German-speaking Switzerland through UPI on July 31 and Japan on August 1 through Sony Pictures Releasing International (SPRI). The comic book adaptation has taken $89.5m through Universal territories.

Universal's Hellboy II: The Golden Army stands at $22.7m while Mamma Mia! has reached $123.1m.

Walt Disney Studios Motion Pictures International's The Chronicles Of Narnia: Prince Caspian opens across German-speaking Europe and will become the fourth biggest overseas release of the year-to-date over the next few days. The fantasy action sequel stands at $239.5m and will have no trouble overtaking Iron Man's $251.7m industry-wide tally.

Disney/Pixar's Wall-E arrives in France on July 30; it currently stands at $78.8m. The film is still in the early stages of release and opens in Spain next weekend.

Paramount opens The Love Guru through PPI in the UK and Italy on August 1. The Bank Job opens in Australia on July 31.

Fox International's The X-Files: I Want To Believe has so far amassed $12.7m and opens in 18 territories including France on July 30, the UK and Sweden on August 1 and Taiwan on August 2. The Happening has amassed $89.7m including India. Meet Dave stands at $13.9m.

SPRI's Adam Sandler comedy You Don't Mess With The Zohan opens in South Africa and several other key markets; so far it stands at $27.5m. The Will Smith superhero tentpole Hancock has amassed $305.7m; horror title Prom Night launches in France on July 30.

New Line International's Sex And The City stands at $233.8m and Journey 3D has grossed $26.2m.