Mel Gibson's religious phenom "The Passion of the Christ," distribbed by Newmarket, marked a formidable second weekend, with an estimated $51.4 million repping a modest 39% decline from the previous…
The German B.O. snapped out of a prolonged slump last week as folks clamored to see "Scary Movie 3" -- and more discerning patrons sought out "21 Grams," boosting the territory's biz by 40%.
With multiplexes helping to drive the Indian box office, it's no wonder the battle to build them is heating up.
Thailand's movie fans now have a plush new place to see films -- but the luxury comes at a price.
IN THE SHADOW OF A GIANT Warner Bros. and Disney could not have predicted their new pics would face such a strong foe in "The Passion of the Christ." Here’s how other frosh pics have fared…
The U.K.'s theatrical distributors spent 5% more on prints and advertising in 2003, but admissions fell by 5% and box office was down by 0.3%, according to Film Distributors' Assn. figures.
Newmarket's "The Passion of the Christ" so outperformed initial estimates for its first weekend that the controversial religious-themed pic has now grabbed the record for a five-day opening at $125.2…
Before the Oscars on Sunday, "The Lord of the Rings: The Return of the King" looked like it might have enough tricks up its sleeve to reach $750 million overseas.
Aussies made a pilgrimage to "The Passion of the Christ" last weekend while a sizable number of Japanese boarded "Master & Commander: The Far Side of the World" and Germans went crazy for "Scary…
The first week of "The Passion of the Christ" could only be described as heavenly. Newmarket's Mel Gibson-helmed religious phenom rung up an estimated $117.5 million since its Wednesday bow.
Last week many exhibs were expecting "The Lord of the Rings: The Return of the King" to claim the major Oscars -- but some don't think the statuettes will significantly boost takings for a…