Scrat bumped Spidey into second place at this weekend's box office. Ice Age: Continental Drift returned to No. 1, drawing $95.2 million from 64 markets, as last week's top film The Amazing Spider-Man slipped into second place.
The fourth installment of the computer-animated franchise opened in 18 more markets last weekend, including first place debuts in Russia with a hefty $16.4 million and Germany with $12.4 million. In France, Ice Age 4 stayed at No. 1 with $7 million along with 30 other markets.
Continental Drift opened in North America with $46 million this weekend, reaching the top spot. The family-friendly film has earned $385 million worldwide so far and the franchise has grossed $1.9 billion worldwide over the last decade.
At No. 2, The Amazing Spider-Man collected $66.6 million in 87 markets, for a total of $521.4 million worldwide. This weekend it premiered in Norway, South Africa, Greece, Hungary, the Czech Republic and Romania.
The superhero reboot kept its No. 1 hold in Mexico, Brazil and India and reached second place in the UK with $6 million. The franchise of four films has taken a total of $2.5 billion including the trilogy directed by Sam Raimi and starring Tobey Maguire.
Already in third place, Ted made $9.7 million from just four markets, ranking No. 1 in Australia, New Zealand, Iceland and Taiwan.
Director Seth MacFarlane's comedy-fantasy starring Mark Wahlberg has made a total of $190.2 million worldwide, with 83 percent from North America, but most international openings are scheduled for August through October.
No. 4 is Snow White and the Huntsman with $9.3 million from 55 markets, and taking the top spot in Italy. The fantasy action tale costarring Kristen Stewart, Chris Hemsworth and Charlize Theron has earned $370.4 million worldwide.
Finishing fifth, Pixar's Brave drew $6.5 million across 17 markets. The animated title has grossed $242.3 million with 80 percent in North America. Major openings around the world are scheduled, with Japan on July 20 and other debuts coming in August and September.