Newmarket grabbed the top spot at the March box office, generating $200 million -- a remarkable figure that's on par with what a top distrib generates during a summer or holiday month.
South African comedian Leon Schuster confirmed his strong B.O. appeal when his new release, "Oh Schuks, I'm Gatvol," broke his own B.O. record for the biggest three-day opening weekend for a South…
Exhibs in Britain who had no great hopes for "The Passion of the Christ" were counting their blessings after the biblical epic delivered a bountiful harvest last weekend --though it needed to include…
"The Passion of the Christ" continued to draw the faithful in Latin America and attracted a fair number of Brits over the weekend -- but not enough in the latter to knock off the soph sesh of…
Warners Bros.' "Scooby-Doo 2: Monsters Unleashed" opened with an estimated $30.7 million, 43% less than the original family laffer's summer bow but better than pre-release projections.
Mel Gibson's biblical epic is arousing very different passions around the world, ranging from wild fervor in Latin America and Poland to plenty of enthusiasm Down Under (although well below the manic…
OFF-SEASON SEQUELS A franchise follow-up, Warner Bros.’ "Scooby-Doo 2" hopes to fetch viewers when it opens on more than 3,300 screens. Outside typical summer or holiday playdates, sequels…
Stateside auds continue to be passionate about Mel Gibson's "The Passion of the Christ," kicking its box office take beyond the $300 million mark by Thursday.
Twentieth Century Fox Mexico reaped millions from "The Passion of the Christ's" boffo opening weekend of $4.9 million, but it's not happy about having to stump up the one-peso-per-ticket tax that…
Unimpressed by the hype surrounding "The Passion of the Christ," most Germans say they won't bother to see Mel Gibson's retelling of Jesus' last hours.
The B.O. in many territories got a much needed boost last weekend, thanks to God and mere mortals including Pedro Almodovar, "Starsky & Hutch," "Brother Bear" and Gallic entry "Les Choristes."