Polish cinemas saw solid results in 2004. Figures released yesterday by Expert-Monitor put the number of filmgoers at 33 million, an impressive 40% higher than in 2003.
"Alexander" may not be conquering the world, but Oliver Stone's epic is providing a modicum of health to the international box office in a generally mild post-holiday season along with respectable…
Argentinians flocked to the theaters last year, helping improve profits for a sector bashed by the nation's 2001-02 economic crisis.
MUSCLING IN ON MATURE AUDS Despite the release of three wide R pics over the next two frames, including this weekend’s ‘Assault on Precinct 13,’ don’t expect R-rated films to dominate the…
"Sideways" and "The Aviator" will see if Golden Globes glitter as Fox Searchlight and Miramax will attempt aggressive expansions of their Globe best-pic winners this weekend.
"Alexander" scored its second straight victory at the foreign box office, easily outdistancing rivals during an otherwise mild weekend frame, with $14.5 million at 3,600 playdates in 51 territories.
Order of finish on the four-day box office chart stayed the same -- with Paramount's "Coach Carter" on top with $29.6 million -- as Nielsen EDI's estimates showed total business for the Martin Luther…
A quartet of holiday-season holdovers -- "Alexander," "The Incredibles," "National Treasure" and "Ocean's Twelve" -- led moderate offshore biz during the Friday-Sunday frame, while "Closer" scored…
Paramount's "Coach Carter" surged ahead of the competition over the first three days of Martin Luther King holiday weekend, scoring a $23.6 million debut and socking the "Fockers."
It took almost two months but Oliver Stone's "Alexander" finally won an international box office title, edging "Ocean's Twelve" by about $1 million to take the Jan. 7-9 frame with $18.7 million at…
COMICBOOKS GO COLD While several comicbook pics such as ‘Spider-Man’ have excelled at the box office, many have fallen short of expectations recently. With schools off for the Martin Luther…