Paramount Pictures Intl. has become the first studio in 2011 to pass the $2 billion mark at the international box office.
After a photofinish race for No. 1, Universal's "Cowboys and Aliens" pulled ahead in domestic box office standing, with revised weekend figures at $36.43 million, while Sony's "The Smurfs" barely…
It wound up as a battle of the hybrids for bragging rights at the weekend's domestic B.O. -- and neither Sony nor Universal are giving way.
Stateside moviegoers saw blue last night as Sony's "The Smurfs" took first with $13.3 million from 3,395 locations.
With the faceoff between Warners' teen wizard and Paramount's avenging superhero set to start this week, "Harry Potter and the Deathly Hallows: Part 2" had one final relatively uninterrupted weekend…
"Cowboys and Aliens" was trotting along with box-office expectations Friday, giving the Universal genre mash-up a good shot at the mid-$40 milllion range, while Sony's "The Smurfs" was la-la-la'ing…
A pair of hybrids ("Cowboys and Aliens" and "The Smurfs"), along with Warner Bros.' PG-13 rated romantic comedy, "Crazy Stupid Love," go into battle today in one of the summer's few weekends sans…
After the dust settled, Paramount's "Captain America: The First Avenger" came in with a revised $65.1 million debut take vs. its estimated $65.8 million gross through Sunday.
After successfully launching a new franchise with "Thor," Paramount unspooled its second summer Marvel: "Captain America: The First Avenger" estimated $65.8 million in its debut frame, narrowly…
Paramount's "Captain America" won the day Friday, scoring $25.75 million from 3,715 domestic locations.
Warner Bros.' final "Harry Potter" installment, "Harry Potter and the Deathly Hallows: Part 2," cast its spell across the globe over the July 15-17 weekend, resulting in record-breaking grosses the…