Warner Bros' romantic comedy Two Weeks Notice grossed $4m in international markets over the weekend for an estimated $87.7m cumulative score including Village Roadshow territories.

Opening in Argentina, the picture took $93,200 with more than 93,000 admissions from 35 screens. The performance surpassed openings by About A Boy by 109%, Bridget Jones's Diary by 66% and Miss Congeniality by 5%.

In its second weekend in Belgium, Two Weeks Notice held on to number one with $305,000 (Euros 280,000) from 56 screens for a $988,500 (Euros 907,200) running total. The results outperformed My Big Fat Greek Wedding by 34% and About A Boy by 32%.

The distributor also released the action-thriller Cradle 2 The Grave in Singapore, where it grossed $338,000 (S$586,464) from 36 screens for a provisional number one placing that will be confirmed later in the week.

Cradle 2 The Grave also opened at number one in the Philippines with a strong $233,500 from 25 prints.