"The Devil Wears Prada" dressed for success at the foreign box office, handily winning the weekend with an impressive $17.5 million at 2,900 playdates in 35 markets.
In an indie demolition derby in the latest fall frame that one distribution head with a new pic opening described as "terrifyingly competitive," a number of titles managed to turn in socko perfs in…
Martin Scorsese scored his biggest opening ever with Warner Bros. release "The Departed" as the cop drama took in just over $27 million on 3,017 screens over the weekend. Among the helmer's previous…
With Buena Vista Intl.'s "Pirates of the Caribbean: Dead Man's Chest" finally cooling off at the overseas wickets (finishing in the No. 5 spot), Oliver Stone and UIP's "World Trade Center" was able…
"Rob-B-Hood," starring Jackie Chan, brought in $1.13 million in Hong Kong over the four-day holiday weekend (Monday was National Day).
Why is "Shortbus" so short on controversy? Along with a slew of arthouse product, "Hedwig and the Angry Inch" helmer John Cameron Mitchell's sexually explicit "Shortbus" rolls into four arthouse…
Columbus Day weekend is usually friendly to family pics, but it's the very grown-up "The Departed" and "Texas Chainsaw Massacre: The Beginning" that look to have the inside track this weekend. Martin…
Spanish bookers are waiting to see whether local pic "Los Borgia" can bring home the bacon in its opening weekend as impressively as homegrown hit "Alatriste" managed a month ago.
Film production spending in the U.K. rose 76% to £486 million ($915 million) in the first half of 2006, according to figures released by the U.K. Film Council.
Muscular bows from local pic "Days of Glory" and "The Devil Wears Prada" in its first outing on the European runway helped push the Gallic box office out of the September doldrums.