As the distrib of both "Erin Brockovich" and "Stuart Little," Columbia TriStar Intl. was the frame's real winner. The Roberts starrer minted $13.3 million from nearly 3,000 screens in 16 markets and…
An injection of appealing films revived ailing B.O. last week in the lead-up to the spring school vacation in much of Europe and Australia, though some exhibs lamented the absence of genuine…
Rescuing the overseas B.O. from its product-starved torpor, "Erin Brokovich" had winning debuts in seven European markets last weekend, "Stuart Little" charmed Aussie and Italo auds and "Pokemon: The…
Local films snatched the limelight in many key countries in an interesting frame at the overseas box office, while Oscar's glow pushed the cume of UIP/DreamWorks' "American Beauty" to $154.3 million…
The spectacular performance of "Toy Story 2" pushed U.K. cinema admissions in February to their highest monthly figure in 29 years.
The Oscar winners continue to perform strongly at the Finnish box office. "American Beauty" alone has chalked up more than 200,000 admissions to date.
Two things were clear from an interesting weekend at the overseas box office: Local films ruled the roost in many key territories, while the main beneficiary of Oscar's glow is UIP/DreamWorks'…
"American Beauty" received the most significant boost from the Academy Awards in several territories, while Oscar's glow has yet to flow to most other titles at the foreign box office.
U.S. majors collectively are certain to finish 1997 with record grosses outside the U.S., as an unprecedented 21 titles have earned more than $100 million each overseas.
Fox's "Titanic" and UIP's "Tomorrow Never Dies" provided much of the action at the Christmas box office overseas, with occasional sparkles provided by such newcomers as "In & Out" and "Flubber."
Most U.S. majors have plenty to celebrate during this festive season abroad, particularly Buena Vista Intl. and Sony Pictures Entertainment.