Paramount's World Trade Center took the international arena by stormlast weekend and executives will be looking for more of the same when overseasdistributor UIP launches the picture in 16 further territories.

Oliver Stone's 9/11 drama opens in Australia on Oct 5 and Japan onOct 7. It has grossed $22.5m from the early stages of its run.

The animated feature Barnyard, which has grossed more than $1.9m so far, opens in sixterritories including Germany on Oct 5. The Spanish-language romantic comedy Pretendiendo from Chile to which Paramount has LatinAmerican rights opens in Mexico on Oct 6.

Fox International's The Devil Wears Prada is starting to gather momentum afterlast weekend's bonanza raised the tally to $24.3m.

The comedy goes out in 15 territories this weekend, the key onesbeing the UK and Russia on Oct 5 on 576 and 300 prints respectively, followed aday later with Spain on 300.

The family sequel Garfield: A Tale of Two Kitties has amassed $105.6m to date, whilecomedy My Super Ex-Girlfriend stands at $28.4m.

Perfume,Constantin's tale of an olfactory freak's murderous spree through 18th centuryFrance, continued its winning ways when it launched in France throughMetropolitan on Oct 4.

The picture drew approximately 41,636 viewers and secured thenumber one spot on its opening day. Perfume is well on its way to becoming a smashand has already grossed more than $50m from 2,097 screens in German-speakingEurope and Russia, among others. Summit Entertainment is handling internationaldistribution.

Summit also opens the dance drama Step Up in Germany on Oct 5 on more than 220screens. The picture has grossed more than $6.1m through all distributors todate.

Universal's crime thriller Miami Vice ventures into Italy on Oct 6 on 305prints through UIP. It currently stands at $89m. The comedy Accepted goes out in the UK on Oct 6 on 250.

The Adam Sandler comedy Click was one of the strongest titles in release last weekend andshould continue that streak when it opens in France on Oct 4 through SonyPictures Releasing International (SPRI). Click currently stands at $59.7m.

Latest figures for SPRI's active slate put Little Man on $33.9m, Monster House on $54.9m, and Talladega Nights on $9.9m.

Buena Vista International's Pirates Of The Caribbean: DeadMan's Chest and Cars have no major debuts this weekend andstand at $632.5m and $205.3m respectively.

The company's next release campaign gets underway InGerman-speaking Europe next week for Coast Guard rescue drama The Guardian.

Warner Bros Pictures International has no major releases scheduledfor the weekend. Latest figures put Superman Returns on $190m, The Lake House on $56.5m including Roadshowterritories, Lady In The Water on $25m, and The Ant Bully on $19.5m.