Comedy was king over the weekend overseas as the Easter vacation saw "Scary Movie 3" wow auds in Spain, "Starsky & Hutch" captivate Aussies and "Scooby-Doo 2: Monsters Unleashed" draw armies of kids…
The B.O. "Passion" has returned, brightening an Easter weekend that saw an opening for "The Alamo" that Disney would like to forget. Newmarket's seventh sesh of "The Passion of the Christ" easily…
Folks in Spain embraced Mel Gibson's crucifixion saga more fervently than auds in France last week due to a host of reasons including different censorship ratings and churches' and critics' reactions.
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A surge of Easter-weekend business for "The Passion of the Christ" will pump life into a busy box office frame catering to every demographic segment. Weekend will have five wide openers, including…
Danish director Stefan Fjeldmark's animated "Terkel in Trouble" -- Denmark's first CGI feature -- took in 64,000 admissions for Nordisk Film from 71 prints in its opening weekend.
In 2003 cinema admissions in Denmark exceeded 12 million for the third year, according to statistics from the Danish Film Institute
Mel Gibson's "The Passion of the Christ" crossed the $100 million milestone outside North America Tuesday after Icon reported its offshore total through last weekend at $99.3 million.
Folks in Asia and Latin America seem more fervent about Mel Gibson's crucifixion saga than auds in parts of Europe, judging by the pic's sturdy but not celestial bows in France and Spain last weekend.
Transcending religions and cultures, "The Passion of the Christ" drew millions of adherents in Asia, Latin America, Spain and France over the weekend.