Walt Disney Studios Motion Pictures International's (WDSMPI) animated hit crossed $350m on October 30 and currently stands at $353.2m.
The animated hit currently ranks as the company's seventh biggest international release of all time.
WDSMPI's family title The Game Plan stands at $45.4m and launches in Australia, New Zealand and Singapore on November 1.
Universal/UPI's thriller The Kingdom, currently on $19.9m, opens in nine territories this weekend including France on October 31, and South Korea and Russia on November 1.
The comedy Knocked Up stands at $64.3m and launches in four including Spain on October 31. Romantic comedy Oviedo Express also launches through UPI in Spain on October 31.
The Bourne Ultimatum has reached $185.5m and stands a good chance of crossing $200m before long with this weekend's launch in Italy on November 1. Historical drama Elizabeth: The Golden Age sets sail for five territories including the UK on November 2.
Ridley Scott's crime drama American Gangster launches day-and-date with North American in four Eastern European/Baltic markets.
Sony Pictures Releasing International (SPRI) opens the comedy Superbad in France on October 31 and executives will be looking to boost the on $36.3m running total.
Resident Evil: Extinction stands at $24m through SPRI and opens in Spain on November 2 and Japan on November 3.
Paramount/PPI's Bee Movie launches in two territories day-and-date with North America including Russia on November 1.
The Heartbreak Kid opens in 10 including Germany, Austria and German-speaking Switzerland on November 1 followed by Mexico on November 2. It currently stands at $22.6m.
Fantasy adventure Stardust has amassed $64.7m and opens in four territories, among them Singapore on November 1 and India on November 2.
The Robin Williams comedy Man Of The Year opens in the UK on November 2, and the true-life drama A Mighty Heart opens in six including Brazil on November 2 and has grossed $7m.
Fox International's The Seeker: The Dark Is Rising opens in France on October 31 and stands at $11.8m.
Warner Bros Pictures International (WBPI) has no major releases this weekend. Latest figures put The Brave One on $27.5m, License To Wed on $26.6m, No Reservations on $48.2m, and a final international running total for Harry Potter And The Order Of The Phoenix of $646.8m.
Focus Features International's Lust, Caution opens this weekend in Russia through Paradise, Austria through Tobis, and Turkey through D Productions.