Gambling drama "21" beat the odds at the weekend box office, winning a respectable $23.7 million from 2,648 runs and coming in No. 1.
Gambling thriller "21" paid off for Sony on Friday, hitting the No. 1 spot with $8.6 million from 2,648 theaters. (Jim Sturgess, pictured)
Hollywood's "10,000 BC" and "Horton Hears a Who!" have managed to dislodge French megahit "Bievenue chez les Ch'tis" from the top slot at the foreign box office.
LONDON — Italo comedy "Tutta la vita davanti" ('Your Whole Life Ahead of You') is the local opener with the best prospects of claiming top spot on home turf this weekend at the European box…
Without any real breakout hits, Hollywood's seeing solid rather than spectacular box office so far this year as the first quarter ends.
A teen comedy from studio GTH looks set to become the first major hit in Thailand this year after raking in nearly 40 million baht ($1.2 million) in its first weekend.
The cavemen of "10,000 BC" hunted down the top spot at the international box office during a robust Easter weekend with $28.2 million at 7,400 playdates in 62 markets.
Fox's "Horton" heard victory cheers for the second frame in a row, as the CGI toon beat out another solid bow for Tyler Perry and a weak opening for Judd Apatow and Owen Wilson's "Drillbit Taylor."
"Dr. Seuss' Horton Hears a Who!" continued to flex its B.O. muscle in its second Friday, snorting up $10.3 million from 3,961 theaters - a 23% dip from a week ago.
An f/x-charged action adventure again has flashed its muscle at the overseas box office. Warner Bros.' prehistoric epic "10,000 BC" grossed $39.2 million over the March 14-16 weekend. That's the best…
Lionsgate's "Tyler Perry's Meet the Browns" and Paramount's "Drillbit Taylor" will vie for the top spot in a close race at the weekend box office with holdover "Dr. Seuss' Horton Hears a Who," which…