The Disney-Pixar feature is just starting to get rolling abroad, but early launches are encouraging:
The frame ... saw domestic leader "Up" land $7.8 million at 1,298, including a $3.8 million launch in Mexico -- the second best opening for a Disney/Pixar title in that market -- and a $2.6 million second frame in Russia, off 35%. Disney's opted for a staggered foreign release that will last for the rest of the year.
So Up will be unspooling in various territories into December. If it has similar percentages to those of Bolt (obviously the total numbers will be way higher), you're looking at a foreign/domestic split of 60/40.
Doing back-of-the-envelope math, it seems clear that the House of Mouse has itself a winner.