The weekend box office could reveal whether the raunchy romantic-comedy craze set off by Judd Apatow is getting frayed around the edges as Universal opens the R-rated "Forgetting Sarah Marshall" in…
Fox is in a legal dispute with its sometime Russian partner Gemini Film Intl. over nonpayment of box office revenues.
The Italian box office was down 7% to E189 million ($301 million) in the first quarter compared with the same period in 2007, which was a banner year. Admissions also dropped 7% to 32,000 tickets…
Gambling thriller "21" cashed in its chips at the European box office this weekend, taking top spot in the U.K., Germany and Spain.
With foreign box office in a pre-summer holding pattern, "Horton Hears a Who!" stayed on top for the third consecutive frame with $10.6 million at 5,300 playdates in 56 markets.
Sony and Screen Gems' "Prom Night" terrorized the competish at the weekend box office, grossing an estimated $22.7 million from 2,700 theaters and scoring the best bow for a horror pic so far this…
Moviegoers made a date with Screen Gems' "Prom Night" yesterday, shelling out $9.6 million at 2,700 locations -- the highest opening day for an April horror pic.
Blackjack thriller "21" spins into European wickets this weekend, debuting in the U.K., Germany and Spain.
Screen Gems' horror pic "Prom Night" and Fox Searchlight actioner "Street Kings" will be battling it out for the top spot on what's looking like another timid frame as Hollywood gears up for the…
Box office in Germany rose 33% in the first quarter of the year, compared with the same period last year. Rise was fuelled by the success of homegrown fare.
"Bienvenue chez les Ch'tis" ("Welcome to the Sticks") has broken a 42-year box office record to become the most successful French film on home turf.
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