Not to be outdone by two family films, Sony estimated a weekend debut of $20.6 million for "Moneyball" -- beat only by Disney's remarkable 3D re-release of "The Lion King," which won the domestic…
Sony's "Moneyball" swung for first last night at the domestic box office with $6.8 million.
There's nothing ho-hum nowadays about a $30 million domestic opening -- especially when it's a 3D retrofit of a family film released nearly two decades ago.
Mr. Bean could not take down the Smurfs at the overseas box office, but that doesn't mean Universal's "Johnny English Reborn" will be retiring spy games anytime soon.
Norwegian pics are clicking with local auds, delivering a 20% box office market share, with seven local films in the top 20, according to theater owners' org Film & Kino.
Despite competition from notable newcomers and a pandemic-premised holdover, the 3D re-release of Disney's classic "The Lion King" won the domestic box office with an outstanding $29.3 million…
Baring its teeth in its first weekend of re-release, Disney's ''The Lion King'' scared away the competition with $8.8 million domestically Friday night.
It may be a small-budget dramedy with a little-known cast, but Valerie Donzelli's "Declaration of War" has already conquered French audiences and film reviewers alike.
The previous weekend's domestic B.O. race was a mixed bag of good and -- let's be real -- abysmal performances from wide releases.
Not since "Avatar" has a film won overseas bragging rights for five consecutive weeks -- that is until "The Smurfs" retained the B.O. crown for its fifth straight sesh over the Sept. 9-11 frame, with…