"For Those We Love," the controversial pic about WWII kamikaze pilots penned and exec produced by Tokyo governor Shintaro Ishihara, has gotten off to a boffo start at the Japanese B.O.
Spidey seems certain to fall from his No. 1 perch when his first real competish arrives this weekend in the form of "Shrek the Third," the latest in the CG franchise from Paramount and DreamWorks…
Zombie sequel "28 Weeks Later" delivered on the pre-release buzz in Blighty, despite the looming presence of "Spider-Man 3."
When weekend receipts were tallied for the second frame of "Spider-Man 3," the wallcrawler came up a little short but still socko. Pic's actual totals on Monday were roughly $1.9 million less than…
"Spider-Man 3" stayed socko internationally, showing longer legs offshore than Stateside in its second frame with a 50% decline to a still-sensational $85.5 million at 16,200 playdates in 105…
Sony's friendly neighborhood "Spider-Man" stuck another $60 million in his web over the weekend, sending the third chapter in the Marvel superhero franchise soaring to more than $242 million.
Despite a drop of 70% from its opening Friday last weekend, "Spider-Man 3" still managed to net an impressive single-day take in its second frame, according to B.O. estimates.
"Spider-Man 3" should reel in big numbers in its soph sesh at the Euro B.O. this weekend.
As "Spider-Man 3" swings into the multiplexes for its second weekend, there's one record the B.O.- shattering pic looks unlikely to break: biggest opening week ever.
2006 was a bumper year for European cinema, according to a report published by the The Council of Europe's European Audiovisual Observatory.
Warner Bros.' "Lucky You" had the misfortune of opening opposite "Spider-Man 3" last weekend, but several other pics could share a similar fate in what could prove to be a very tough month for…