LONDON — Europeans will again feast on Hollywood fare this weekend as "Ratatouille" expands into France and Spain, "Transformers" arrives in Germany and "Evan Almighty" opens in the U.K., its debut…
Too much of a good thing at the summer box office is leaving studios in an unusual predicament. Pictures are holding so well and there's such a crowded pack of new entrants, so they're having to…
South Korean monster movie "D-War" made a formidable bow at the local box office, selling $2.9 million worth of tickets at 530 screens on its first day, marginally below last year's hit "The Host,"…
The billion-dollar club has just added a member as newly minted Paramount Pictures Intl. became the fifth studio to take in more than that amount this year in foreign box office.
A whammo bow for "The Simpsons Movie" at the European box office this weekend kept up Hollywood franchise pics impressive summer run on the continent.
Two French movies, Guillaume Canet's "Tell No One" and Oliver Dahan's "La Vie en rose," are the surprise specialized hits of the British summer.
Local gender-bender comedy "Kung Fu Tootsie" (Tud soo foot) beat the Hogwarts wizards to top the Thai B.O. for the second consecutive weekend.
South Korean cinema received a much-needed shot in the arm this weekend as CJ Entertainment's big-budget ``May 18'' opened to $10.1 million - a massive result equivalent to a $60 million B.O. in the…
Boffo bows from openers "The Simpsons Movie" and "Transformers" combined with strong holdovers to deliver the biggest weekend on record at the U.K. box office.
Korean cinema received a much-needed shot in the arm this weekend with a $10.1 million opening for CJ Entertainment's big-budget "May 18."
The Simpsons aren't just America's first family. Homer and his clan ruled the world as "The Simpsons Movie" dominated foreign box office with $96 million at 5,426 playdates in 71 markets.