Carlo Verdone's local laffer "Grande, grosso e Verdone" (Big, Bad and Verdone) was the most impressive home turf opener at the European box office this weekend.
Cavemen adventure "10,000 BC" hunted down the top slot at the international box office over the weekend, tallying $25.3 million at 3,600 playdates in 20 markets.
Warner Bros.' "10,000 BC" speared a decent-sized aud as the prehistoric epic easily took the top spot with $35.7 million in a quiet frame in which no pics exceeded expectations.
Prehistoric populations were big if not quite epic this weekend, as Warner's "10,000 BC" grossed a solid $35.7 million.
Aussies translated the Oscar wins for "No Country for Old Men" into a box office boost.
Theater owners and Hollywood will have plenty to toast when rendezvousing this week in Las Vegas for exhib confab ShoWest: The 2007 domestic box office was the best on record, digital 3-D is…
French comedy "Bienvenue chez les Ch'tis" pulled off one of the more impressive upsets at the international box office in recent memory, scoring the biggest opening ever in France and easily taking…
Roland Emmerich's prehistoric actioner "10,000 BC" looks to dig up big B.O. treasure in its European bow in Germany and Spain this weekend.
Roland Emmerich's prehistoric adventure "10,000 BC" is looking to hunt down some big game at the worldwide box office, with Warner Bros. banking both on Emmerich's track record and the studio's…
Gallic laffer "Bienvenue chez les Ch'tis" has broken the record for first-week box office in France.
"No Country for Old Men" got new bounce in Europe's post-Oscar frame, which was otherwise flat, especially for mainstream Hollywood fare, while several Euro titles reaped rather nicely.