Fox's "Eragon" may have topped the charts and displaced James Bond at the international wickets over the latest frame, but perhaps the most intriguing local overseas B.O. story was in Japan, where…
The Dutch box office staged a modest recovery this year, due in part to the performance of Paul Verhoeven's homecoming pic "Black Book," after an 11.2% drop in overall admissions in 2005.
The Italian box office in 2006 was a tale of two seasons.
Pics about the Pope and homegrown romantic comedies did boffo biz in Poland, while laffers lured the auds to theaters in Hungary and the Czech Republic in a strong year for local product at the…
Belgian cinema admissions look set to post a slight increase in 2006, according to preliminary data supplied by local box office observer Le Moniteur du Film en Belgique.
German films experienced an autumn renaissance at the home box office this year, topping the charts for nearly a dozen weeks -- a feat unprecedented in the past 20 years.
The U.K.'s hottest year on record may have considerably dented summer box office business in Blighty but a fast start to the year and meaty winter perfs from Bond and Borat have helped keep U.K…
For Pedro Almodovar it was not a bad perf: "Volver" notched up a hometurf career best for the director with a $13 million gross. That was, for example, much better than "Borat," which pulled in a…
The theme for this year's box office in Gaul could be described as "Vive la France!" Six out of the top 10 -- including the No. 1 -- earners were local pics, with the rest hailing from the U.S.
With no major end-of-the year openers this holiday season, Europe's box office will be relying largely on strong local pics, critical favorites like "Flags of Our Fathers" and "Babel," and holdover…