Boffo bows from openers "The Simpsons Movie" and "Transformers" combined with strong holdovers to deliver the biggest weekend on record at the U.K. box office.
Korean cinema received a much-needed shot in the arm this weekend with a $10.1 million opening for CJ Entertainment's big-budget "May 18."
The Simpsons aren't just America's first family. Homer and his clan ruled the world as "The Simpsons Movie" dominated foreign box office with $96 million at 5,426 playdates in 71 markets.
Fox hit a Homer. "The Simpsons Movie" scored the third-highest opening weekend ever for an animated film, with an estimated $71.8 million domestically from 3,922 playdates, behind only the last two…
Taking horror movies overseas hasn't proved too frightening for Hollywood. While the genre tends to generate reliable coin rather than blockbuster returns, some horror titles manage to scare up even…
Argentina's box office was mixed in the first half of 2007, with higher ticket prices discouraging attendance but bolstering revenue as Hollywood films dominated.
Bruce Willis is living large and free overseas. 20th Century Fox's "Die Hard 4.0" -- as Willis' new film, titled "Live Free or Die Hard" domestically, is known in foreign territories -- has continued…
Hollywood megapics show little sign of relinquishing their control of the European box office this weekend as Fox launch the hugely anticipated "The Simpsons Movie" day-and-date.
Many years in the making, 20th Century Fox's "The Simpsons Movie" opens day-and-date today in markets around the globe, hoping to mine the fanbase of the animated television skein, as well as lure…
The summer of 2007 has lived up to its promise on the international side, validating the big bets placed by studios on mega-franchises.
Proving the pasty boy wizard can handle the summer sun, "Harry Potter and the Order of the Phoenix" dug in its claws in its second frame at the European box office this weekend.