Warner Bros. Intl. has crossed the $1 billion mark in foreign grosses for the sixth year in a row, according to Variety.

The studio announced Thursday it had hit the milestone, led by Superman Returns ($191 million), Poseidon ($121 million), The Lake House ($63 million) and V For Vendetta ($62 million).

The division also saw $72 million this year from the 2005 release Harry Potter and the Goblet of Fire and $76 million in France from the comedy sequel Les Bronzes Amis Pour La Vie, the fourth biggest film in terms of admissions for that territory.