A trio of high profile Universal films are shaping up for another strong weekend as Mamma Mia! opens in six territories through UPI including South Korea on September 4.

The musical adaptation has amassed $263.5m so far and should surge towards the $275m mark over the next week.

The action adventure Wanted on $139.8m opens in four including Germany and German-speaking Switzerland on September 4 and Austria on September 5

Hellboy II: The Golden Army on $46.6m opens in Brazil on September 5 as well as five Eastern European and Scandinavian territories

Walter Salles' Linha De Passe opens in Brazil on September 5, Nim's Island opens in Spain on September 5 and horror title The Strangers opens in New Zealand on September 4.

Warner Bros Pictures International's The Dark Knight will bear down on $450m this weekend and currently stands at more than $432.6m.

Stablemate Star Wars: The Clone Wars stands at $23.3m and touches down in South Korea on September 4 while the comedy Get Smart has grossed $88.4m.

The rites of passage drama and Sundance 2007 hit Son Of Rambow launches in Australia and New Zealand through PPI on September 4.

Tropic Thunder launches in five including Argentina on September 4 and the comedy stands at $15.2m. Indiana Jones And The Kingdom Of The Crystal Skull has amassed $466.4m.

Sony Pictures Releasing International opens Step Brothers in Russia on September 4 and the comedy has amassed $4.5m.

Sony's local language production El Escorial Conspiracy opens on 300 screens in Spain on September 5. Hancock has grossed more than $354m and You Don't Mess With The Zohan has taken $71.5m.

Walt Disney Studios Motion Pictures International's Wall-E opens in Finland and Sweden on September 5 and stands at $177.3m while The Chronicles Of Narnia: Prince Caspian has ended its run on $273.5m.

Fox International's sci-fi action title Babylon AD has taken $10.7m through all distributors and opens in eight territories through Fox this weekend, including Argentina on September 4 and Mexico a day later.

Steven Soderbergh's The Argentine, the first in the two-part Che Guevara biopic that premiered at Cannes, opens in Spain on September 5.

Comedy The Rocker lands in Russia on September 4 and horror film Shutter opens in Japan two days later. Latest figures put The X-Files: I Want To Believe, which launches in Italy on September 5, on $40.9m, while Meet Dave has grossed $31.2m and kidnap thriller Taken has grossed $42.5m through all distributors, $14.3m of which comes from Fox territories.