Seven Pounds ruled the roost last weekend as the Sony Pictures Releasing International drama edged past $40m with a $19m haul.

Providing strong competition to the Will Smith movie this weekend will be Walt Disney Studios Motion Pictures International's Bedtime Stories, which has reached $70m. The family release launches this weekend in Brazil, South Korea and Poland on January 23.

Bolt stands at $84.1m and should surge past $95m after it strikes Germany, Austria, German-speaking Switzerland and Hong Kong on January 22.

Latest figures put Wall-E on $307m, Beverly Hills Chihuahua on $29m and Doubt on an early $800,000.

Fox International's launches Slumdog Millionaire, which earned ten Oscar nominations this week, in India on January 23.

MGM/UA's wartime thriller Valkyrie gets a big push with eight debuts including Germany, Australia, South Korea, Switzerland and Holland on January 22 followed a day later in the UK and Austria. The film has grossed a little over $1m to date including non-Fox territories.

Comedy Marley & Me on $13.8m opens in four including Argentina and Hong Kong on January 22. Bride Wars on $12.3m arrives in seven including Greece and New Zealand on January 22 and Taiwan on January 24. The Day The Earth Stood Still stands at $146.9m.

Warner Bros Pictures International's The Curious Case Of Benjamin Button stands at $15.8m and opens in a number of smaller markets this weekend ahead of wider launches in Germany and Holland on January 29.

The Jim Carrey comedy Yes Man on $72.5m arrives in France on January 21 while Gran Torino gets its first overseas launch in Australia on January 22.

Revolutionary Road on $3.6m opens through PPI in 14 including France, French-speaking Switzerland and Belgium on January 21, Australia and New Zealand on January 22 and Span and South Africa on January 23 and Japan on January 24.

Family title Hotel For Dogs checks in to six including Mexico on January 23 and the animated behemoth Madagascar: Escape 2 Africa, which has amassed $383m, lands in Taiwan on January 24.

Universal's period drama Changeling on $43.7m launches in ten territories through UPI, among them Germany, German-speaking Switzerland, South Korea and Argentina on January 22.

Horror tale The Unborn, currently on $2.3m, opens in Russia on January 22 as well as two smaller territories. Frost/Nixon has grossed $1.4m and opens in the UK on January 23 and four smaller territories.

Twilight has reached $138m and opens in Romania this weekend while Sex Drive, currently on $5.3m, arrives in Mexico on January 23. Happy-Go-Lucky stands at $15.1m.