Sony's webslinger conquered a large chunk of Europe over the weekend, while "King Arthur" proved much more valiant in its first five offshore markets than at home.
Never bet against Will Smith if the calendar says July. With an already healthy list of monster openings in the month, Smith set a career best with "I, Robot," which drew $52.3 million in its debut…
Spider-Man and Shrek are ruling the box office world through the power of sequels while Michael Moore shows potent drawing power in the first foreign forays for "Fahrenheit 9/11."
Gauls depressed at the thought of returning to their work-a-day lives come September, may find themselves cheered up by the thought of a cheap date at the movies.
As the year hit the halfway point, U.S. studios looked headed for a banner year overseas -- but the big challenge is to maintain this momentum.
WILL’S LEGS How will the final “I, Robot” tally compare with other Will Smith summer pics, the past five of which have all grossed more than $100 million? Pic (year) Opening…
Will Smith returns this weekend to a genre that built his career, the summer sci-fi blockbuster, in 20th Century Fox's "I, Robot," while Hilary Duff looks to draw her following of teens and young…
Cinema attendance in France leapt 19% in the first six months of 2004, with more than 102 million tickets sold -- a total gross of around $724 million, according to figures released by the National…
Local helmer Timur Bekmambetov's blockbuster "Night Watch" outperformed Spidey in Russia.
Foreign markets embraced a diverse trio of American successes during the past weekend, with the Spider-Man and Shrek sequels outperforming their predecessors and Michael Moore's "Farenheit 9/11"…