A diverse array of pics about superheroes, robots, a haunted village, a stateless man, a hitman, a dying guy and Adolf Hitler ruled in a generally jaunty frame overseas last weekend.
Sony's webslinger conquered Italy over the weekend while Fox's robots invaded Japan, seizing the top spot without being devastating.
Cinemagoers all over France turned out in droves to see a free screening Friday night of Claude Lelouch's new pic "The Parisians" -- paid for out of the vet helmer's own pocket.
During a tepid weekend at the box office, Paramount's "Sky Captain and the World of Tomorrow" debuted in the top spot at $16.2 million, outdistancing Buena Vista's Bernie Mac baseball laffer, "Mr…
The world sorely lacks a blockbuster at the moment, but there are enough films generating solid numbers to keep the B.O. percolating in most major markets.
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After two years of year-to-year declines in cinema admissions, the tide in Spain has turned. According to Nielsen EDI, local B.O. over the first eight months of 2004 was up 9% to E433 million ($534.6…
Beefy bows by "Resident Evil: Apocalypse" in Japan, "The Village" in Germany, "Open Water" in the U.K. and "The Bourne Supremacy" in France were among the few highlights in a sluggish frame overseas…
In intriguing duels over the weekend, "Resident Evil: Apocalypse" zapped "The Village" in Japan while "Open Water" was the surprise victor in the U.K., ahead of "The Terminal's" resilient soph…