Universal's Tina Fey-Amy Poehler comedy "Baby Mama" was easily the No. 1 movie of the weekend, grossing an estimated $18.3 million from 2,543 theaters and giving the studio its first top opener of…
A trio of comedies took the top spots at the Friday box office, led by Universal's Tina Fey-Amy Poehler starrer "Baby Mama," which delivered $6.3 million from 2,543 theaters on the strength of the…
Sony's gambling drama "21" bet just right at the foreign box office over the April 18-20 weekend, ending a three-week winning streak for Fox toon "Dr. Seuss' Horton Hears a Who!"
Although Euro box office biz is expected to be modest this weekend as auds wait for next weekend's touch down of "Iron Man," comedies are likely to give exhibs a reason to smile in most territories.
Universal's "Baby Mama" and New Line/Warner Bros.' "Harold & Kumar Escape From Guantanamo Bay" will vie for the loudest laugh when opening at the domestic box office today in what's shaping up to be…
Universal bows female-skewing "Baby Mama" this weekend -- one week after the studio released the Judd Apatow-branded "Forgetting Sarah Marshall." Also opening is Warner Bros.' "Harold & Kumar Escape…
A mild spring frame saw holdovers such as "Step Up 2 the Streets" and "21" show good traction at the European box office in the calm before the summer tentpole storm.
Family favorite "Horton Hears a Who!" edged "21" and "Street Kings" to lead a mild spring frame at the foreign box office with $9.7 million at 5,301 playdates, the fourth consecutive win for the CGI…
Lionsgate and the Weinstein Co.'s Jet Li-Jackie Chan starrer "Forbidden Kingdom" was the surprise black-belt master of the weekend box office, beating out Universal's Judd Apatow romantic comedy…
Lionsgate and the Weinstein Co.'s Jet Li-Jackie Chan starrer "The Forbidden Kingdom" opened No. 1 at the Friday box office, ahead of Universal's risque romantic comedy "Forgetting Sarah Marshall."
While the domestic box office limps into summer, the international B.O. is being somewhat kinder to Hollywood.