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.
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.
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.
Sherwood Pictures, the moviemaking ministry of Sherwood Church in Albany, Ga., is a better judge of its audience than the tracking services are.
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.
DreamWorks' rock 'em sock 'em robot pic "Real Steel" won't have any trouble knocking out its competition at the weekend's domestic B.O. -- just how hard it'll hit is tough to predict, however.
A quartet of wide releases, led by Summit's "50/50" and surprise contender, Sony's faith-based pic "Courageous," were no match for a trio of sturdy holdovers, as Warner Bros.' "Dolphin Tale" surged…
For the second week in a row, Sony's "Moneyball" took Friday's domestic box office with $3.9 million.
While "Moneyball" begins Sony's fall charge of adult-skewing pics, a pair of family pics, Disney's "The Lion King" and WB's "Dolphin Tale," proved to be heavy hitters as well.