Even this year's Hollywood blockbuster bonanza can't halt Spain's longterm box office slide.
Homer's heft keeps growing. "The Simpsons Movie" topped a cooling but still solid foreign box office for the third straight weekend, with $23.2 million at 5,806 playdates in 59 markets.
After a six-year hiatus, New Line and Brett Ratner's "Rush Hour" franchise revved up nicely as the third installment in the series of martial arts buddy pics took in $50.2 million at the domestic box…
Brett Ratner's "Rush Hour 3" clocked in an estimated $18.5 million at the domestic box office on Friday from 3,778 runs, off 20% from the previous installment's opening day number of $23 million.
A food-obsessed French rat couldn't edge out a fish named Nemo, but he still did mighty well for himself.
Returning the "Rush Hour" martial arts buddy franchise to the bigscreen was anything but a rush job, yet the wait seems to have been worth it for New Line and director Brett Ratner.
Helmer Wilson Yip's actioner "Flash Point," starring Donnie Yen, has set the Chinese box office alight.
With ticket sales nearing the two million mark in its first week in France, Disney's "Ratatouille" has broken box office records for an animated feature in Gaul.
"Transformers" has become the biggest grosser in Malaysian box office history after taking 17.6 million ringgits ($5.2 million) in five weeks.
Three-quel fever is fueling a B.O. boom, with summer 2007 bronzing up as the best on record in terms of ticket sales.
Opening Saturday on 617 screens, helmer Michael Bay's "Transformers" jumped straight to the top of the Japanese weekend box office with a two-day total of ¥631.3 million ($5.35 million).