Four studios will cross the $1 billion B.O. milestone overseas in 2002, heralding a banner year for Hollywood.
There was a lopsided tilt to the B.O. in many terrritories last weekend: smash biz wherever "Signs" appeared, but generally scant trading beyond that.
"Barbershop" threw open its doors to crossover auds this weekend, as MGM's urban laffer sheared through four wide openers to repeat atop box office rankings with an estimated $13.3 million.
It's been a stuttering start to the fall season abroad, with British bookers griping last week about fragile business apart from a stellar "Signs" entry, Germany and Spain still suffering from a…
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Carlos Carrera's "El Crimen del Padre Amaro" (The Crime of Father Amaro) has broken B.O. records for a local production in Mexico. Pic, which opened Aug. 16, has grossed $13.6 million in four weeks.
Several U.S. summer hits finally crossed the pond over the weekend, reviving flagging ticket sales in key European markets.
MGM's "Barbershop" worked moviegoers into a lather this weekend, as urban laffer rung up a box office-topping $21 million in estimated opening grosses.
Don't look for a pattern in the summer B.O. overseas. There was none, due to uneven results for some major U.S. pics (and, in some cases, staggered releases) as well as fluctuations in the fortunes…
Mexico's box office continues to boom, although dollar grosses are down due to local currency depreciation.