Expect little change at the top of the charts across Europe as homespun faves "Taxi 4," Hot Fuzz" and "Night Before Finals — Today" look set to hold top spot in their soph efforts in France, Britain…
Sony's review-proof "Ghost Rider" ran roughshod over the foreign B.O. over the most recent frame -- just as the comicbook-hero pic did at home -- taking in $16.4 million from 25 markets overseas.
Can "The Number 23" beat "Reno 911!: Miami" to emerge as No. 1 this weekend? B.O. could be close for the two. For New Line, the question is whether auds will turn out to see funnyman Jim Carrey in…
Boosted by a bumper year at the box office, profits at Gallic major Gaumont rose to E25.4 million ($33.2 million) last year, up from $9.4 million in 2005, on revenues up 32% to $172 million.
Cinema attendance in the European Union rose 4% in 2006, according to statistics released by the European Audiovisual Observatory on Wednesday.
Homegrown pics "Hot Fuzz," "Night Before Exams — Today" and "Taxi 4" topped the charts in Britain, Italy and France in a weekend frame where local product punched above it weight across Europe.
"Ghost Rider" outran the competition in its overseas launch, winning the weekend at the international box office with $16.4 million from 1,871 playdates in two dozen markets, edging sturdy comedy…
"Ghost Rider," the bigscreen comicbook adaptation from Sony and Marvel, rolled into the No. 1 spot at the domestic B.O. Monday morning as the biggest-ever Presidents Day weekend debut with $51.5…
Homegrown laffer "Hot Fuzz" stormed to the top of the U.K. box office charts in its opening frame, taking a boffo $11.5 million in its first five days.
Moolah for U.S. movies in Spain was the second best ever in 2006, with total B.O grosses for Yank pics coming in at Euros 453 million ($595 million), 18.6% up on 2005.Majors grab mucho dinero in Spain