Michael Moore's "Sicko" looks pretty healthy heading into its first weekend of national release. Pic opened a week early in Gotham alone and collected $70,000 from just one Upper West Side AMC/Loews…
"Evan Almighty" floated the boat of enough moviegoers to take the No. 1 slot at the box office, but it's an ocean or two behind its predecessor. Universal's film starring Steve Carell, washed ashore…
Universal's "Evan Almighty" led the weekend box office, taking in $11.3 million at just over 3,600 locations, according to Friday estimates.
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In a summer of highly anticipated sequels poised to break B.O. records, it was equally anticipated that at least one or more high-profile projects would come up lame, cannibalized by the competish.
After patiently waiting his turn for a No. 1 weekend, "Shrek the Third" finally landed as the top earner overseas. CG pic -- from Paramount and DreamWorks Animation -- didn't get the same…
Universal and director Tom Shadyac's "Evan Almighty" is the latest sequel to hit the multiplexes this weekend, amid high expectations.
After preeming controversial Michael Moore docu "Sicko" in Gotham on Monday night, the Weinstein Co. said it has decided to bow the film in New York on Friday, a week earlier than planned.
Fox's "Fantastic Four: Rise of the Silver Surfer" easily crested to No. 1 over the weekend with $57.4 million in tickets sales, according to estimates. That outpaced the $56 million the first…
With "Spider-Man 3," "Shrek the Third" and "Pirates of the Caribbean: At World's End" slipping faster than expected after socko bows, June has bloomed as the month of the counterprogramming hopefuls.
Disney's "Pirates of the Caribbean: At World's End" may have sailed overseas as the No. 1 movie again, but Warner Bros.' "Ocean's Thirteen" entered the international marketplace with flair, opening…
After Sony scored big with its Marvel superhero pic "Spider-Man 3" last month, Fox flies this weekend with its own Marvel sequel, "Fantastic Four: Rise of the Silver Surfer," in 3,957 theaters.