"I'm a loser, a fucking shithead zero," bleats drunk D.J. Scurf in Miguel Angel Lamata's "A Zombie Flick." He then barfs fulsomely onto the pavement. Spaniards keening for burfs, burps, farts and…
The Olympic Games may be garnering hefty TV audiences around the world, but they're not having a marked B.O. impact in most major markets, to the relief of some execs who had feared a downturn.
Russians love great movies -- they just hate to pay for 'em. Thanks to pervasive piracy and black marketeering, they rarely do. Until now.
SUN STROKED This weekend’s openers hope to sidestep the fate of previous summer pics that found a spot on the late-August sked — and flopped. DOMESTIC B.O.* Mystery Men (’99) 30…
After a nearly back-to-back blockbuster summer, the dog days of August are ushering in a passel of lower-budget and lower-profile pics. WB unveils "The Exorcist: The Beginning" at 2,803 theaters…
German box-office revenue grew by 1.4% to E420 million ($518 million) in the first six months of the year.
Robots, medieval knights and mysterious creatures stalked foreign screens over the weekend in a generally buoyant frame that was further spiced by the preems of "The Bourne Supremacy" and "Alien vs…
The opening weekend of the Olympic Games appears to have had little or no impact on the B.O. in the major markets as "The Bourne Supremacy" began its travels with a socko bow in the U.K., "I, Robot"…
Counterprogramming reigned supreme at the box office over the weekend. While boys flocked to "Alien vs. Predator," girls celebrated "The Princess Diaries 2: Royal Engagement" this weekend.
It's no joke -- U.S. comedy films are showing unexpectedly solid traction overseas. It's counter-intuitive to the industry's long-held wisdom that foreign audiences only want action and epics with…
"Eiffel ... I'm in Love," has become a "Titanic"-sized record-breaker in Indonesia, selling 3.5 million tickets by the first week of August.