The Feb. 10-12 frame was a good one at the foreign wickets for local pics -- as well as for Hollywood's February assortment of genre odds 'n' sods.
Teenagers look likely to drive another low-budget film to the top of the box office chart this weekend, though this time it's in search of a laugh rather than a scare. Fox spoof "Date Movie" has…
RUNNER-UP HOLIDAY Over the past ten years, President’s Day weekend has been the second best four-day frame to open a wide release. Holiday Average 4-day opening* Memorial Day  …
However upbeat things seem in Berlin, box office news across Europe has not been that boffo: Admissions across Western Europe dropped 11% in 2005 to a total 824 million tickets sold in 15 territories.
A bumbling French inspector managed to break horror's chokehold on the 2006 box office, as "The Pink Panther" opened ahead of the strong-performing "Final Destination 3." And between the frame's…
Thanks mostly to holdover biz, Steven Spielberg's "Munich" managed to win its second consecutive frame overseas, boosted in part by its best pic Oscar nom.
It seems like almost everyone in Gaul made time to hang with their buddies last week, judging by the record-breaking first-week perf of Patrice Leconte's laffer "Les bronzes 3: amis pour la vie"…
In the most competitive frame yet of 2006, four major studio movies open this weekend, each raising a different set of issues for the industry. With most insiders expecting a $20 million-plus No. 1…
The Year of the Dog may be here, but for theaters in mainland China, it's the year of the ape. "King Kong," released Jan. 15 in time for the Chinese New Year holiday, which began Jan. 28, has taken…
The German box office is coming off its worst year in a decade and 2006 could be equally challenging with local and international pics facing a slew of obstacles.
Boosted by a quintet of Oscar nominations, Steven Spielberg's "Munich" easily led the foreign box office for the second straight weekend, collecting $13.3 million from 3,400 playdates in 40 markets.