It's the salad days of summer abroad as the season looks fairly certain to propel "The Lost World: Jurassic Park," "Batman & Robin" and "Con Air" to higher altitudes than their domestic results.
In a sizzling weekend frame at the overseas B.O., dinosaurs conquered the U.K., Sony's merry men in black blitzed Taiwan and Argentina, and Batman and his sidekick continued on a tear.
Evil beasts in "The Lost World: Jurassic Park" and "Men in Black" had the time of their lives last week at the overseas box office, especially in Asia, Latin America and South Africa. Only the…
In a torrid weekend for U.S. actioners overseas, UIP's "The Lost World: Jurassic Park" stole the show to join the blockbuster club at the foreign box office with a 19-territory Latin American and Far…
The summer season, now at the midway point, is shaping up more potently abroad than domestically, as continued multiplexing and better-spaced release skeds are enabling the big U.S. films to realize…
Batman & Arnold are proving an irresistible force overseas as "Batman & Robin" notched socko openings in five markets and held very well in a raft of other territories over the weekend --- far better…
Keeping a respectful distance from each other, "Batman & Robin" and "The Lost World: Jurassic Park" invaded foreign lands with scintillating results over the weekend.
The summer B.O. thermometer overseas went from warm to hot last week, spurred by "The Lost World: Jurassic Park," "Con Air" and "Volcano," plus a beefy foreign preem by "Hercules."
"The Lost World: Jurassic Park" (six territory cume: $23.8 million) stomped into South Korea, easily crushing the record books to post the market's biggest preem of all time with $3.7 million from 42…
As the temperature continues to rise in Italy and theater-owners resign themselves to the customary summertime slump in trading, encouraging preliminary figures have been released for the box office…
Asia provided the most B.O. thrills but the threat of a real-life natural disaster in Mexico sent locals running to theaters to see Hollywood's depiction of such a situation in domestic…