Goosed by awards season wins and nominations and red-hot word of mouth, "Slumdog Millionaire" hit the jackpot at the U.K. box office, climbing steeply to take top spot in its second weekend.
Warner Bros' co-production of Bollywood actioner "Chandni Chowk to China" has launched with $6.8 million at 1,319 playdates in India and $625,000 at 130 in North America as part of a day-and-date…
The Martin Luther King Jr. holiday weekend turned into a gold mine for the film biz, led by the $39 million opening of Sony's "Paul Blart: Mall Cop."
Will Smith's "Seven Pounds" carried the most weight at the weekend's foreign box office with $19.8 million at 3,502 playdates in 25 markets.
Sony's Kevin James laffer "Paul Blart: Mall Cop" debuted to an estimated $33.8 million from 3,144 runs in another boom session at the domestic office that saw unexpectedly strong results across the…
Sony's Kevin James comedy "Paul Blart: Mall Cop" opened to No. 1 at the Friday box office, grossing an estimated $9.9 million from 3,144 runs as the long Martin Luther King Jr. holiday weekend got…
The highlight of this weekend at the European box office promises to be a red-hot holdover perf by awards season darling "Slumdog Millionaire" in the U.K.
Admissions for French films abroad last year jumped 17% to a record 78 million, according to statistics unveiled Friday.
"Red Cliff: Part II," the second installment of John Woo's period extravaganza, registered a strong opening day gross of HK$1.7 million ($220,000) at the Hong Kong box office.
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