Beauty and the beast made the weekend box office look more like summer than the heart of winter as Paramount's "Cloverfield" enjoyed a monstrous debut of $41 million -- the best January opening ever…
Paramount's monster movie "Cloverfield" smashed January box office records on Friday, chomping up $16.8 million from 3,411 theaters.
After getting off to a slow start, distrib Toho finished 2007 with a B.O. bang, setting a new company record of 59.5 billion yen ($561.4 million), for a 2.2% year-on gain.
In the absence of big studio openers, Will Smith pic "I Am Legend" looks set to continue to hold well at the European box office this weekend, where Spanish serial-killer thriller "The Oxford…
In an interesting box office showdown, Paramount's much-hyped monster movie "Cloverfield" and 20th Century Fox's romantic comedy "27 Dresses," starring Katherine Heigl, open this weekend in what…
Korean cinema has produced its first hit of 2008 in "Women's Team Handball," a sports pic from femme helmer Yim Soon-rye.
Proving Will Smith's heavyweight status at the box office in Europe, "I Am Legend" opened boffo in Germany and Italy this weekend.
German thesp Til Schweiger has riled parents and the local media by slipping a generous dose of smut, including an explicit sex scene, into his hit laffer "Keinohrhasen."
Chinese movie production and theatrical box office both grew by over 20% in 2007, according to the official news agency Xinhua quoting the State Administration for Radio, Film and Television.
The specialty biz had a strong weekend at the B.O., led by "There Will Be Blood," which successfully expanded to 129 locations in 25 markets, averaging a robust $15,039 to reach $4.4 million overall.
Will Smith's "I Am Legend" remained stellar at the foreign box office, easily winning its fourth straight frame with $36.2 million from 5,000 prints in 47 markets.
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