"Skyfall" and French hit "The Intouchables" topped the German box office in 2012 and helped propel theatrical revenue to record heights.
China's box office surged to 16.8 billion yuan ($2.69 billion) last year, crowning it as the top international territory.
Finnish exhibitors had a record breaking year at the box office in 2012 taking around €82 million ($108 million) on 8.5 million admissions, the best figures since 1983.
In a year in which Hollywood movies dominated China's box office, low-budget laffer "Lost in Thailand" has become the best performing local film of all time, breaching the 1 billion yuan ($160…
Looking back on a record-breaking year at the domestic box office, 2012 showed itself to be a year of extremes. The hits and misses were big and plentiful, while overseas B.O. shares for certain pics…
James Bond has completed another difficult mission in Blighty on Sunday when "Skyfall" became the first film ever to make £100 million ($160.9 million) at the U.K. and Ireland box office.
Sony-MGM's 23rd James Bond pic "Skyfall" became the 14th film ever to reach $1 billion globally, with a domestic cume of $289.6 million and $710.6 million internationally.
A three-way horse race among "The Hobbit," "Django Unchained" and "Les Miserables" kept the moviegoing biz singing this weekend, as totals at north of $180 million helped 2012 stay ahead of the curve…
For the second week in a row, and the third since it opened, domestic auds overlooked a Christmas feast of newcomers in favor of Warner Bros.' "The Hobbit: An Unexpected Journey" at the Friday B.O…
Universal's holiday B.O. treat "Les Miserables" continues to sing a healthy tune at the domestic box office, having cumed $30.3 million in two days -- and poised to stay ahead of the weekend…
'Twas a very merry Christmas, indeed, at the domestic box office, as totals rang in at approximately $75 million, making it the holiday's second-biggest tally ever, boosted by Universal's leader "Les…