Big-budget tent poles dominated the international box office this weekend, but there was one country that Spider-Man and the prehistoric "Ice Age" mammals couldn't conquer:
Down Under, the potty-mouthed
So far, Universal has only released "Ted" in four foreign countries, which also include New Zealand, Iceland and Taiwan. So far, the movie has grossed $31.3 million internationally and won't debut in some major markets such as Germany and Russia until August.
While the humor of R-rated comedies doesn't always translate well overseas, many perform better in English-speaking Australia. Last year,
Meanwhile, "Ted" is keeping an impressive hold at the U.S. box office. This weekend, the film brought in an additional $22.1 million, raising its overall domestic tally to $159 million after three weekends in theaters.