After a soft January box office, this weekend's B.O. crop, led by Universal's "Sanctum" and Sony/Screen Gems' "The Roommate," is unlikely to gain much yardage as Super Bowl festivities Sunday are…
Thanks to better weather, an absence of football and a glut of Oscar contenders (four best pic nominees landed in the top 10), the weekend's domestic box office was quite a bit livelier than earlier…
The new Warner Bros. exorcism pic "The Rite" took the top of the box office on Friday, besting Paramount's "No Strings Attached," last week's winner.
With a dozen Oscar nominations in the bag, "The King's Speech" is seeking serious coin from international markets.
TOKYO -- The Japanese box office set an all-time record last year with a total of $2.69 billion for a 7% gain over the previous year, according to figures announced on Thursday by the Motion Pictures…
The Japanese box office set an all-time record last year with a total of $2.69 billion for a 7% gain over the previous year, according to figures announced on Thursday by the Motion Pictures…
Box office for London theater in 2010 broke records for the seventh year in succession, according to the Society of London Theater (Solt).
Even though Paramount's "No Strings Attached" drew an overwhelmingly female audience, the R-rated romantic comedy managed to buck the genre's recent trend of modest performers, estimating a…
Paramount's "No Strings Attached," a comedy about two friends who become unlikely lovers, brought in about $7.3 million in 5,018 runs on Friday.
Sony's 3D action comedy "The Green Hornet" buzzed day-and-date into 35 international territories over the Jan. 14-16 weekend, scoring $15.1 million from 2,981 screens.
Australia's box office hit a record A$1.13 billion ($1.1 billion) last year, up 4% on the previous year.
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