DreamWorksInternational's number one international title Wallace And Gromit looks a good bet to continue itsdomination this weekend.

The animatedfeature was scheduled to open through UIP in France on Oct 12, Germany on Oct13 and the UK on Oct 14; it has amassed more than $13.8m to date.

Other UIPreleases include Universal's sci-fi adventure Serenity ($4.1m international running total) inRussia on Oct 13, Focus Features' thriller The Constant Gardener in Brazil and Mexico Oct 14 on 120prints each, and Paramount's Four Brothers ($7.9m) in South Korea on Oct 14.

Universal's Pride& Prejudice hasamassed $23m through UIP so far, $21.3m of which comes from the UK where it hasranked number one for the last four weekends.

FoxInternational launches the sibling feel-good drama In Her Shoes in its first major market of Australia,home of its star Toni Collette, on Oct 13 on 292 prints.

Adventure IntoThe Blue opens inGermany on Oct 13 on 400 and Mexico a day later on 250; it stands at $2.2m fromthe early stages of its run.

The Russianfantasy hit Night Watchhas amassed $26.8m through all distributors to date and Fox executives will belooking to add to that when the picture launches in Australia on Oct 13 on 113prints and Italy a day later on 139.

The actionsequel Transporter 2opens in Spain on Oct 14 on 275; it has grossed $26m so far through alldistributors to date.

Roberto Benigni'sThe Tiger And The Snowopens in Italy on Oct 14 through 01 Distribution on a massive 800 screens.

The wartimecomedy looks certain to shoot straight to the top of the charts given the hugepopularity of local hero Benigni.

Focus Featuresis handling the picture in all other international territories except France,where Pathe will release it in December.

Buena VistaInternational's (BVI) thriller Dark Water opens in Australia on Oct 13 and in Russia a day later; ithas amassed $20m to date.

The football sagaGoal! opens in Franceand Mexico on Oct 12 and hopes to build on its existing $3.8m.

The pictureshould perform well given that both France and Germany are top-tier footballingnations, the lead character is Mexican, and French football fans will berejoicing following the national team's World Cup qualification earlier thisweek.

BVI has allrights to the picture worldwide excluding Japan, Australia, New Zealand,Germany and Austria.

Latestcumulative totals for BVI put the thriller Flightplan on $7.3m, drama Cinderella Man on $40.6m, family pictures Sky High and Herbie: Fully Loaded on $10m and $75.5m respectively, and thecomedy Kinky Boots on$1.4m following its UK launch last weekend.

Warner BrosPictures International has no major releases planned. As of Oct 9 family title CharlieAnd The Chocolate Factorystood at $231m including Roadshow territories, and sci-fi thriller TheIsland had grossed$124.4m.

Televisionadaptation Dukes Of Hazzard has taken $26.1m including Roadshow territories, Batman Begins is on $165.5m, romantic comedy MustLove Dogs stands at$9.8m, and teen drama Sisterhood Of The Traveling Pants has grossed $2.8m.

Releasing information from Sony Pictures ReleasingInternational was unavailable at time of writing.