Finally Oliver Stone's "World Trade Center" can hit it high. After circulating for some time, the feature at last made its way to top weekend international box-office ended October 1, 2006, according to studio estimates.
Propelled by muscular openings in nine territories plus a worldwide promotion tour, "World" wonderfully takes down $12.3 million in 20 markets, the biggest one coming from U.K where it draws in $3 million.
Taking the second spot is Columbia's comedy "Click" after it managed to collect $10.8 million from 55 markets followed by "The Devil Wears Prada" which earned $8.9 million from 10 markets to make a total foreign gross of $20.1 million.
In the no. 4 slot is last weekend's champ "Perfume: The Story of a Murderer" that still scores well with $7.1 million it has obtained from five markets with "Pirates of the Caribbean: Dead Man's Chest" trailing behind following its decent attempt to gather $3.8 million from 37 markets, rounding up the top five highest-grossing movies of the list.