Hayao Miyazaki toon "Ponyo on the Cliff by the Sea" has passed the 10 million admission mark in Japan, taking in 12 billion yen ($109.6 million) and putting it on track to become one of the biggest…
The international box office couldn't quite match last summer's heights, but it's been a solid season nevertheless.
There are five new wide releases playing over the long Labor Day weekend -- more than ever before for the holiday -- in a fitting end to a summer that's been full of surprises.
Comicbook heroes saved the European box office this weekend as "Hellboy 2: The Golden Army" and "The Dark Knight" opened top in the U.K. and Germany, respectively.
The second part of Swedish epic, "Arn: The Kingdom at the Road's End," had a good start at the local box office this weekend, notching up a respectable $1.6 million from Friday to Sunday.
"The Dark Knight" stayed bright at the foreign box office with a healthy $34 million at 7,700 playdates in 62 markets while "Mamma Mia!" kept up its dazzling overseas run.
"Tropic Thunder" retained the weekend B.O. crown, slipping just 38% to collect $16.1 million. Before "Tropic Thunder," only "The Dark Knight" and "Iron Man" had managed to stay in the top spot for…
In the absence of any day-and-date juggernauts, the European box office is goosed by expansions, including the swoop of "The Dark Knight" into Germany.
Hayao Miyazaki's toon "Ponyo on the Cliff by the Sea" has passed the Yen 10 billion ($93.2 million) mark at the Japanese box office, the first local pic to pass this milestone since Miyazaki's 2004…
With just two weekends left to go, the summer 2008 domestic box office is all but assured of finishing on par with last year's record-breaking take of $4.16 billion -- an unexpected victory for…
Danish pic "Take the Trash" broke local records for a homegrown comedy when it opened last weekend.