The Hollywood studios are looking to February releases to make up for the weaker-than-expected January box office performance.
TriStar Pictures took a chance releasing its male-audience actioner "Sniper" on Super Bowl weekend. The results were good enough for a shot at second place with an estimated $ 5.9 million on 1,551…
January is for the big folks. Adults are holding box office sway for the month, bolstering the performance of such mature-themed films as "A Few Good Men,""Scent of a Woman" and even "Aladdin" as…
With an estimated $ 7.2 million for the weekend, "Aladdin" clung tenaciously to the top slot at the nation's box office--again flexing its blockbuster muscle--followed by "A Few Good Men" ($ 6.1…
A popular industry sentiment says there's nothing wrong with box office grosses that a Monday holiday each month wouldn't cure.
How hungry were audiences for new films? Well, judging by the performance of the three national debuts over the Martin Luther King holiday weekend, voracious.
Unlike last year, the 1992 holiday releases are not likely to provide as much long-term carryover business into '93. The exceptions are "A Few Good Men, ""Aladdin," and Universal's just-starting…
The first post-holiday box office weekend was slightly off last year's pace, with the top five films shouldering most of the burden.
Based on the performances of the holiday films to date, the majors got the season at least half right, resulting in a $ 74,620,966 New Year's weekend for the top 10 films, 6% ahead of last year's $…
The new year starts with an "A" for "Aladdin." The Buena Vista blockbuster soared into first place for the first time, pulling ahead of the pack with an estimated $ 15.5 million to $ 16 million, up…
Star power and its ramifications is the talk of this holiday season.