The crass characters in "Jackass: The Movie" beat the more high-profile Al Pacino/Colin Farrell combo in "The Recruit" in Australia over the weekend.
Warner Bros.' "Cradle 2 the Grave," a chopsocky actioner starring Jet Li and DMX, swatted its way to the top of the weekend box office with $17.1 million in estimated grosses.
Last year's B.O. results for 90% of Western Europe are now in: Total admissions held, rising 0.4% to 848.2 million in 2002. Gross B.O. increased 4% to €4.89 billion ($5.25 billion), aided by ticket…
There's no accounting for audiences' tastes. How else to explain very different responses to "Gangs of New York," "Chicago" and "Solaris" last week?
CHOPSOCKY SYNDROME Most martial-art actioners unspooling during the first quarter continue to cater to niche auds, December release "Crouching Tiger, Hidden Dragon'' being the anomaly with a…
Hobbits swept seized the no. 1 and no. 2 positions on the list of year-end films at the B.O. "Lord of the Rings" sweep accounted for 11% of all cinema attendance, according to statistics published by…
Rings wrapped themselves around different parts of the world last weekend as "The Lord of the Rings: The Two Towers" mesmerized Japan and "The Ring" thrilled the U.K. and Holland.
Oscar contenders, pure popcorn fare and several local heroes combined to keep pay windows busy in many offshore markets over the weekend.
Twentieth Century Fox's "Daredevil" landed atop the box office heap for a second consecutive frame -- the first back-to-back No. 1 perfs of the year -- with a soph-sesh haul estimated at $18.9…
The Oscars noms proved a catalyst last week as "Gangs of New York" took lotsa prisoners in Australia, "Chicago" sang lustily in the U.K. and Oz, "The Hours" clocked a promising offshore preem in…