A proliferation of movie screens failed to fire up Italian admissions in 2003, tallying 74,376,190 tickets sold between January and November, a slight drop compared with the same frame last year.
The Mouse House has become the first film distrib to pass the $3 billion mark in annual worldwide box office. Disney has rung up $3.08 billion in global B.O., including $1.48 billion in domestic…
"The Matrix Revolutions" may be running short of steam at the conventional box office, but the folks at Imax are proclaiming that on the giant screen, this kid's got legs.
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Why weren't more Brits motivated to see a well-hyped, critically lauded pic that chronicles the exploits of a Royal Navy ship of 200 years ago? That's the intriguing question after "Master and…
"Lord of the Rings: The Return of the King" fans caused the collapse Monday of large swaths of the TDC, the Danish telephone company, when local distribber, SF Film, launched telephone and Internet…
There was water, water, everywhere at cinemas overseas over the weekend as "Finding Nemo" reigned in 15 markets and "Master and Commander: The Far Side of the World" set sail in 29 territories with…
"The Haunted Mansion," an Eddie Murphy laffer from the Mouse House, scared off three other wide openers as well as last week's champ, "The Cat in the Hat," to bow as the box office's top dog over the…
Go figure: Exhibs in Spain were scratching their heads last week, surprised in equal measure by U.S. dud "Tears of the Sun's" feisty preem and by a merely passable entry by "Love Actually." Over in…
YULE SCHOOLS TURKEY Over the past five years, Christmas week has outgrossed the Thanksgiving seven-day frame. With U’s "Dr. Seuss’ The Cat in the Hat" underperforming 2000’s "The Grinch,"…
Hollywood distribs are looking to chow down over Thanksgiving, offering four wide openers over a five-day frame that studios view as their annual box office feast.
The love -- and the B.O. largesse -- was spread around the world last weekend as "Finding Nemo," "Love Actually," "Intolerable Cruelty" and "School of Rock" ruled in assorted markets.