As Renee Zellweger might say in her "Bridget Jones" guise, her pic's first offshore openings over the weekend were "v.v.v. good."
Biopics bowed big for indies over the weekend. Fox Searchlight got good returns on sexologist story "Kinsey," which bedded $175,026 from five Gotham and L.A. screens, averaging $35,005 per gig.
It was a tale of two toons and "The Incredibles" emerged the clear victor, dwarfing the first frame for Warner Bros.' "The Polar Express." Disney and Pixar's PG-rated toon, playing in its second…
There's plenty riding on "The Polar Express," but reactions across the board have been, well, polarized. Castle Rock and Warner Bros. need to do major business on the $170 million gamble to see light…
After a long spell as one of Europe's sickest markets, the German B.O. is bubbling, prompting one programmer to enthuse last week, "We have a hugely popular comedy with Germany's most beloved…
FALLING IN LOVE AGAIN U’s ‘Bridget Jones: The Edge of Reason,’ bowing today, is in rare company: It’s only the fourth romantic comedy sequel ever to be released. ROMANTIC COMEDY SEQUELS…
Warner Bros.' "The Polar Express" will make a bid to replace the Disney-Pixar juggernaut "The Incredibles" as the top toon in the land this weekend.
Last weekend was frightfully good for genre films, as "The Grudge," "Resident Evil: Apocalypse" and "Alien vs. Predator" terrified auds in various territories.
In some intriguing shootouts over the weekend, "The Grudge" terrorized "Bad Santa" in the U.K., "Hero" skewered "The Forgotten" in Australia and "Resident Evil: Apocalypse" outperformed "Shall We…
Make it six in a row for Pixar. The CGI studio extended its perfect streak with "The Incredibles," which opened at $70.7 million from 3,933 theaters. Disney set a slew of studio records this weekend.
Singapore movie auds are on the rise, and market-leader Golden Village (GV) is building the nation's biggest multiplex and the first movie theater dedicated to Asian pics only.