"Jumper" landed in first place overseas for the third straight weekend with $12.8 million at 4,000 playdates in 44 markets, edging political thriller "Vantage Point."
Television viewers may have snubbed the Oscarcast in record numbers this year, but a best picture win still seems to mean something at the box office. Just how much remains a question.
New Line's R-rated basketball spoof "Semi-Pro" didn't get off to a fast break at the weekend box office, grossing an estimated $15.3 million from 3,121 theaters in the lowest opening for a major Will…
Despite making a lay-up for the top box office spot Friday, New Line's "Semi-Pro" scored low among Will Ferrell's laffers, grossing $5.4 million in 3,121 theaters.
Even before it won four Oscars, "No Country for Old Men" had shown decent traction outside the United States, with $38 million in international box office midway through its overseas run.
Midrange U.S. thrillers and expanded Oscar winners look set to pack Euro plexes this weekend apart from in France, where local pic "Bienvenue Chez les Ch'tis" should comfortably come top.
With Thursday's announcement that New Line will fold into Warner Bros., Will Ferrell laffer "Semi-Pro" takes on the added distinction of being the final release from Bob Shaye and Michael Lynne's…
"Bienvenue chez les Ch'tis" has broken box office records in northern France, where the laffer was released a week ahead of its national bow.
"The Golden Compass" has had a golden bow at the Japanese B.O.
Looking to parlay its Oscar victory into additional box office coin, Miramax's "No Country for Old Men" will almost double its domestic theater count this weekend, from 1,101 to 2,030 runs. That will…
Upmarket Academy Award winning pics such as "No Country for Old Men," "There Will Be Blood" and "Juno" showed good traction across Europe over the Oscar weekend.
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