While the pan-Asian blockbuster "Three Kingdoms" dominated many theaters across China, Hong Kong, Taiwan and Singapore, local thriller "The Guard Post" topped at the Korean box office last weekend.
A moderate frame at the European box office saw holdovers top the charts in four of the big five territories. France proved the exception to the rule as local laffer "Disco" danced past local megahit…
The Thai movie industry scored another hit at the local box office with a powerful start this week for "Art of the Devil 3."
Monster pic "Cloverfield" hit No. 1 at the Japanese weekend B.O., following its April 5 bow on 235 screens. The pic earned 26.4 million yen ($2.6 million) Saturday and Sunday. This was 30.2% more…
Fox fantasy adventure "Nim's Island" jumped past George Clooney's "Leatherheads" for the second spot at the weekend box office, reversing Sunday's order of finish.
"Three Kingdoms - Resurrection of the Dragon," the latest Chinese-themed, pan-Asian co-production, got off to a strong start in theaters across the region.
"Horton Hears a Who!" wore the international crown for the second straight weekend, easily topping a moderate frame with $11.7 million at 6,583 playdates in 54 markets.
Universal's George Clooney-Renee Zellweger period screwball comedy "Leatherheads" was sacked at the weekend box office, losing out to Sony holdover "21" and all but tying with 20th Century Fox's…
Sony's gambling drama "21" trumped George Clooney's screwball comedy opener "Leatherheads" for the top spot at the Friday box office, cashing in $5.2 million from 2,653 theaters.
American toons remain a boon overseas, with Twentieth Century Fox's "Dr. Seuss' Horton Hears a Who!" trumpeting its way to No. 1 at the overseas box office over the March 28-30 weekend.
Another weekend offering no new Hollywood juggernaut presents local openers like "Son of Rambow" in Blighty and "Amore, bugie, e calcetto" (Love, Lies and Foosball) in Italy with the opportunity of…