LOS ANGELES (Reuters) - The Green Hornet led the foreign box office for a second consecutive weekend on Sunday, earning just $15.7 million (9.9 million pounds) from 64 markets. The foreign total for the 3D superhero saga starring Seth Rogan stands at $61 million. Weekend highlights were No. 1 openings in co-star Jay Chous native Taiwan ($1.2 million), as well as in Singapore and Malaysia. Bolstered by a muscular No. 1, $7.3 million opening in the U.K., where it ended the three-week reign of Oscars front-runner The Kings Speech, Tangled followed at No. 2 internationally with $14.7 million from 43 markets. The Disney cartoons foreign total rose to $254.3 million. Kings Speech, riding high after scoring 12 Oscar nominations, slipped to No. 2 in Britain with $5.5 million, ahead of new releases Black Swan at No. 3 with $4.2 million and The Mechanic at No. 4 with $3.9 million. Tron: Legacy was No. 3 overseas with $12 million from 53 markets, led by a No. 1 opening in Germany with $4.8 million. The 3D remakes foreign total stands at $196 million. Fourth was five-time Oscar nominee Black Swan, which pushed its early foreign box office total to $29.1 million thanks to an $11.4 million weekend in just 16 territories.