In a battle between bees and gangsters at the Friday box office, Universal-Imagine's "American Gangster" won out among moviegoers.
Disney-Pixar's "Ratatouille" just can't stop dishing up coin overseas.
Euro auds get a heavy dose of scare fare at the box office this weekend, which also sees expansions of "Superbad" in France, "Knocked Up" in Spain and "The Bourne Ultimatum" in Italy.
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The domestic box office is expected to surge back to life this weekend with the arrival of Universal's mobster-cop drama "American Gangster" and DreamWorks Animation's "Bee Movie."
Local films sit atop the Korean box office this week, led by CJ Entertainment comedy "Going by the Book."
Local offerings "Lissi," "The Orphanage," and "Le Coeur des hommes 2" topped the charts in Germany, Spain and France at the European box office this weekend. But Hollywood fare remains just as tasty…
Sidney Lumet's dark crime drama "Before the Devil Knows You're Dead" posted the best per-screen average among specialty pics slugging it out at the weekend box office, while Roadside Attractions'…
"Ratatouille" remained ruler of the international box office for the fourth straight weekend, easily winning the frame with a tasty $21.9 million at 4,770 playdates in 31 markets.
Twisted Pictures is twisted indeed. Imagine a film franchise that cost just under $25 million to produce, but has made almost $500 million at the worldwide box office.
Lionsgate and Twisted Pictures' "Saw IV" easily slaughtered the competition at the weekend domestic box office, becoming the highest opener of the troubled fall and upsetting conventional wisdom that…
Lionsgate and Twisted Pictures' "Saw IV" buzzed through previous opening day records for the horror franchise on Friday, scaring up $14.7 million off 3,183 theaters.