Troy passed $200m at the international box office at theweekend with an estimated $39m haul on 9,764 screens in 58 countries thatraised the Warner Bros picture's running total to $216m

Key drivers were $4.1m on506 screens in its second weekend in the UK for $18.9m and second place behindFox's The Day After Tomorrow, a number one hold in Italy on $4m on 825for $12.9m, and $3.8m on 568 in Japan for $14.4m.

In Korea Troyremained top on $3.3m on 305 for $11.3m and the picture is now Warner Bros'fifth biggest release of all time there.

Russia produced $1.8m on 227 for $6.9m and ranks as thestudio's seventh and the industry's 10th biggest release of alltime.

Germany yielded $3.1m on 1,163 in its third weekend for$24.9m and now ranks as Warner Bros' ninth biggest release ever.

France added $2.6m for $13.7m and Spain raised its total by$2.5m for $16m to become Warner Bros' sixth biggest picture ever.

Australiaadded $1.8m on 418 for $11.7m, Mexico yielded $1.4m on 765 for $11.2m andTurkey resisted The Day After Tomorrow valiantly to stay top on $584,000on 260 for $4.6m, making Troy the eighth biggest picture of all time there andthe distributor's fourth biggest behind Vizontele 2, The MatrixReloaded and Vizontele.

Appropriatelyenough figures in Greece are huge. The picture has amassed a staggering $5.7mthere and is already Warner Bros' second biggest release ever behind HarryPotter And The Sorcerer's Stone and the ninth biggest industry release ofall time.