‘Angels,’ ‘Bruce’ are divine at o’seas B.O.

Femme sequel was no. 1 in 9 territories

It was a superhuman weekend overseas thanks to those Angels, God and the temperamental giant.

In contrast to its underwhelming domestic debut, “Charlie’s Angels 2: Full Throttle” showed plenty of oomph in 11 markets in Asia and Europe, beating the predecessor’s bows by an average of 50%.

The sequel was No. 1 in nine territories but had to settle for second spot behind local rookies in South Korea and Hong Kong.

All told, “Full Throttle” bottled approximately $13.2 million from 1,267 screens, rated by Columbia TriStar senior exec VP Mark Zucker as a “fantastic start.”

Asians chase ‘Angels’

The McG-helmed caper grabbed an estimated $6.2 million on 467 screens in Japan, including $1.2 million in previews, doubling the original pic, 85% ahead of “X2’s” recent opening and on par with “Ocean’s Eleven.”

The femme fighters drummed up roughly $2.3 million on 172 in South Korea (57% bigger than the first “Angels,” although trailing Korean romantic comedy “Crazy First Love”); $800,000 on 50 in the Philippines (60% ahead); $750,000 on 49 in Singapore (50% better); $740,000 on 153 in Thailand (40% higher); and $500,000 on 44 in Malaysia (38% ahead).

In Hong Kong, the angels had their wings clipped by vampire action comedy “The Twins Effect” (a Sony pickup domestically), taking $270,000 on 38, 20% below the original.

Sequel brought in an estimated $670,000 on 101 in Switzerland, $500,000 on 88 in Norway (both level with the first) and $370,000 on 70 in Denmark (25% bigger).

Sony’s pic launches next weekend in 33 markets, including the U.K., Italy, Australia and Taiwan.

‘Bruce’ still powerful

“Bruce Almighty” was the frame’s top-grosser, collaring an estimated $23.9 million from 2,414 screens in 17 markets, elevating cume to $71.5 million.

Spyglass/BVI laffer rustled up about $11.8 million in the U.K., including $3.6 million in sneaks, $3.6 million in Spain and $1.1 million in Holland (a BVI record in ticket sales). It was a personal best for topliner Jim Carrey in each case.

“Bruce” has divined a miraculous $14.6 million through its third outing in Germany (still No. 1), $7.1 million after its fourth in Brazil and $6.4 million in 11 days in Oz (falling by a moderate 38%).

“The Hulk” captured an estimated $12 million from 1,750 playdates in 19 territories, including preems in 12 markets.

Eric Bana/Jennifer Connelly starrer minted roughly $4.3 million on 340 in Mexico, including $850,000 in sneaks, a Universal record locally, surpassing “The Lost World: Jurassic Park.”

The Ang Lee-helmed epic fetched $2.2 million on 221 in Oz; an estimated $1.2 million on 286 in Brazil (the distrib’s eighth best opening); $1.1 million in Taiwan (Lee’s biggest bow in his homeland); and $325,000 on 52 in New Zealand.

‘2 Fast’ slowing

Universal estimated “2 Fast 2 Furious” bagged $10 million from 3,000 playdates in 25 countries, propelling cume to $53 million, with 20 territories to open. After muscular debuts, actioner experienced sizable drops, collaring $8.2 million in 10 days in the U.K. (off 55%); $7.1 million in 11 days in Germany (plunging by 71%); and $3.9 million in 10 days in Spain (down 47%).

“The Matrix Reloaded” is fast closing in on $400 million after a $10 million frame that upped the estimated cume to $397.2 million. Sci-fier collared roughly $5.1 million in its fourth orbit in Japan, hoisting the territory total to a socko $63.1 million.