According to Variety, Indiana Jones and the Kingdom of the Crystal Skull found enough extra foreign treasure to lead the international box office for a third weekend, edging The Incredible Hulk and Sex and the City: The Movie.

Paramount's Indiana Jones and the Kingdom of the Crystal Skull mined $25 million at 5,877 playdates in 62 markets, with over half of that coming via a $13.1 million Japanese launch.

Universal's The Incredible Hulk finished a close second by grabbing $23.4 million at 4,700 from 50 territories, and Warner Bros.' Sex and the City: The Movie remained an impressive international player with $21.4 million at 6,554 in 52 markets.

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Domestic B.O. winner Get Smart opened respectably with $5.7 million at 1,082 in 13 smaller markets as Warners opted to hold off European launches amid competition from the Euro Cup soccer tourney.

Families continued flocking to Paramount's Kung Fu Panda with $19 million at 2,860 in 18 territories for a tasty $6,643 per-location average.

Fox's The Happening scared up $14.2 million at 5,500 in 64 markets as the M. Night Shyamalan eco-thriller slid 56% in its second frame -- a typical fade for the horror genre.