What Lies Beneath, the DreamWorks/20th Century Fox co-production starring Harrison Ford and Michelle Pfeiffer, has crossed the $100m barrier internationally, making it the 18th film to do so this year. Fox has international rights to the film which is directed by Robert Zemeckis; DreamWorks has taken $155m on it domestically.

Last weekend, What Lies Beneath opened with $1.4m on 260 screens in Japan, pushing its total to $100.1m in 25 markets (1,349 screens).

In Spain, the movie has returned to the number one position, taking $1.56m on 284 screens, while it was also number one in several eastern European markets including Russia, Croatia, Romania, Bulgaria and Slovenia.

Among other strong performing territories were the UK ($18.3m in eight weeks), Australia ($4.4m in six weeks), Greece ($1.85m to date) and Taiwan ($3.98m in 11 weeks).

Fox and DreamWorks have also split distribution duties on Zemeckis' forthcoming Cast Away starring Tom Hanks, but on this occasion Fox will handle domestic while DreamWorks will distribute internationally through its distribution deal with Universal/UIP.