The Hogwarts magicians delivered truly spellbinding numbers overseas during the weekend -- but they didn't spell disaster for "The Day After Tomorrow."
The boy wizard's spell over auds shows no sign of being broken. Warner Bros.' "Harry Potter and the Prisoner of Azkaban" conjured up $92.6 million in its opening weekend.
The widest day-and--date release in history, "The Day After Tomorrow" triumphed in 108 markets last week, failing to take line honors only in Greece and Serbia, of all places, where it was beaten by…
WEEKEND WARRIOR? Warner Bros. hopes that “Harry Potter and the Prisoner of Azkaban” will rank among the highest third installments that opened on a Friday. HIGHEST WEEKEND OPENINGS FOR A…
The Hogwarts wizards are mesmerizing auds in the U.K. and France -- but they've hit a censorship glitch Down Under. "Harry Potter and the Prisoner of Azkaban" has minted a phenomenal $25.2 million in…
"Harry Potter and the Prisoner of Azkaban" will seek to cast another spell on the box office this weekend, mounting the first big challenge to ticket monster "Shrek 2." This "Potter" pic is the first…
The Hogwarts kids are back -- and the young wizards are weaving their usual magic. In its world preem, "Harry Potter and the Prisoner of Azkaban" conjured up £5.03 million ($9.2 million) from 535…
"The Day After Tomorrow" iced the box office with an $86 million four-day opening. But that record-shattering weekend was good enough only for second place, falling behind "Shrek 2's" monstrous…
Folks overseas are relishing the sight of New York being destroyed even more so than U.S. auds, judging by the monster opening weekend for "The Day After Tomorrow."
Exhibs were all-aquiver just before "The Day After Tomorrow" launched day-and-date on 8,234 prints in 110 markets/100 countries, blanketing the world except for Japan and South Korea. However, while…