Awards season fare started making power moves at the European box office this weekend where "No Country for Old Men" — which sports eight Oscar noms — blasted big biz from a modest spread in…
Even without the traditional Golden Globes ceremony, a win apparently still means something. Several of the victorious films enjoyed a box office bump in the wake of the Jan. 13 announcements.
Paramount's monster pic "Cloverfield" grossed an estimated $5 million on Monday, bringing its opening haul for the Martin Luther King Jr. holiday weekend to a record-breaking $46 million from 3,441…
Sony's "The Water Horse" looks set to be the first pic to break China's blackout on foreign movies when it bows here on Feb. 16, a week before the previously announced "Atonement" on Feb. 22.
Helmer Timur Bekmambetov's sequel to cult Soviet film "Irony of Fate" has broken all Russian B.O. records, taking $50.3 million in its first four weeks of release, according to distributor 20th…
Focus Features' "There Will Be Blood" struck more oil at the weekend box office as the Daniel Day-Lewis starrer moved up the chart to No. 11, grossing an estimated $3.1 million from 389 runs for an…
"I Am Legend" remained the undisputed ruler of the international box office with a fifth consecutive weekend victory, dominating a mostly moderate frame with $28.7 million from 6,200 prints in 54…
Beauty and the beast made the weekend box office look more like summer than the heart of winter as Paramount's "Cloverfield" enjoyed a monstrous debut of $41 million -- the best January opening ever…
Paramount's monster movie "Cloverfield" smashed January box office records on Friday, chomping up $16.8 million from 3,411 theaters.
After getting off to a slow start, distrib Toho finished 2007 with a B.O. bang, setting a new company record of 59.5 billion yen ($561.4 million), for a 2.2% year-on gain.
In the absence of big studio openers, Will Smith pic "I Am Legend" looks set to continue to hold well at the European box office this weekend, where Spanish serial-killer thriller "The Oxford…
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