Sony, which boasted early in the month that Spider-Man 3 set a slew of box-office records, angrily lashed out at the Walt Disney Co. Tuesday over its claim that Pirates Of The Caribbean: At World's End "has the distinction of having the biggest [global] opening in movie history" over its first six days in release. A Sony spokesman complained that Pirates actually opened in Italy and France on Tuesday, adding a seventh day to its gross. "We had previews that generated $1.4 million," Disney responded. "And in keeping with industry practice, we rolled it into the opening day. Sony said that if it included its own seventh day for Spider-Man, it would hold the worldwide box-office crown.