With no Super Bowl to distract them, folks overseas made cinemagoing their favorite spectator sport this weekend.
The B.O. temperature in January was just fine overseas, spurred chiefly by the "Lord of the Rings" and "Harry Potter" blockbusters (both of which have eclipsed their domestic performances), a winning…
Sony/Revolution Studios' "Black Hawk Down" soared to a three-peat perf atop weekend rankings with $11.5 million in estimated box office over the difficult Super Bowl frame. Somalia war tale's cume…
Domestic Film DAILY
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The Equalizer1Daily:$3.0M Cumulative:$37.1M Sony / Columbia -63.56%
The Maze Runner
The Maze Runner2Daily:$968,406 Cumulative:$58.9M Fox -77.28%
The Boxtrolls3Daily:$733,441 Cumulative:$18.0M Focus -84.99%
BLOCK THAT PIC! Super Bowl weekend is not known as the birthplace of blockbusters, even though last year's total B. O. surged 47% over 2000 levels. Today, "Slakers"…
The Super Bowl may be a bonanza for television, but the hype typically puts a damper on moviegoing.
Spanish cinema admissions rose 5% to 142.3 million tickets sold in 2001, the highest figure since 1982.
Monday's official box office data showed there'd been an unusually high number of wrong estimates of three-day grosses this weekend as viewing of TV football telecasts spiked.
The romantic pairing -- on and off screen -- of Tom Cruise and Penelope Cruz ensured lusty but not exceptional bows for "Vanilla Sky" over the weekend, while the Brad Pitt/Robert Redford combo gave…
More records tumbled last week as "Harry Potter" and "The Lord of the Rings: The Fellowship of the Ring" continue to weave their spells abroad, while there were potent opening salvos from "Black Hawk…
Weekend auds were split between battles and bathos. Sony/Revolution Studios' heroic military tale "Black Hawk Down" flew to its second straight weekend box office victory with an estimated $18.2…