Local fall holidays in some territories kept overseas box office clicking over an Oct. 14-16 weekend that saw DreamWorks' "Real Steel," distribbed worldwide by Disney, lead all pics, with $23.3…
The summer blockbuster formula of saturation releases and quick playoffs has given way to the fall's crop of adult-skewing films, designed to go the distance.
Paramount's third installment in the "Paranormal Activity" franchise will have no problem ruling the weekend's worldwide B.O. with good-to-solid returns -- but a depressed domestic market could…
While Stateside box office saw one of the weakest October frames on record, local fall holidays kept overseas B.O. playing to a stronger beat.
Paramount's "Footloose" swept the domestic B.O. off its feet, grossing roughly $5.6 million last night.
Released one week apart in France, the two "War of the Buttons" movies remain neck-and-neck near the top of the Gallic box office.
For the first time in nine weeks, "The Smurfs" didn't rule the international B.O. Instead, Disney's robo-fighters in "Real Steel" won overseas bragging rights for the Oct. 7-9 sesh.
It ain't no "Paranormal Activity," but IFC's continuation of the "Human Centipede" franchise, "Full Sequence," certainly scared its fair share of auds opening weekend -- at least for a limited…
Not pulling any punches, Disney-DreamWorks' robo-Rocky "Real Steel" topped the global box office with an estimated $49.4 million, of which $22.1 million came from 19 overseas territories, including…
Disney's "Real Steel" pummeled the competition last night at the domestic box office, grossing $8.6 million.
For eight straight weeks, Sony's "The Smurfs" has topped the international box office, but the film's time in that spot could be coming to an end, as newer contenders continue to close the gap.