"Indecent Proposal" continued to scorch a path across Europe, Japan and Australia last week, while "Falling Down" had a medium-hot start in Italy.
"Indecent Proposal" has given Paramount its best Japan opening this year with $ 1.6 million in 121 bedrooms in its first two days with $ 13,491 per screen, the studio said Monday.
A national holiday in some areas and the strong appeal of "Indecent Proposal" in others resulted in slightly higher grosses across Europe last week than usual for this time of year.
U.K. cinema admissions were up 11% in the first quarter of 1993, according to statistics released by the Cinema Advertising Assn. Nearly 28 million tickets were sold in the three-month period, the…
"Indecent Proposal" began its Euro run last week with suitably racy figures, occupying the top spot in Italy in its opening week and posting strong opening days in Belgium and France. If early…
Cinema attendance in France continued to decline in 1992, but a new report suggests a halt to the decadelong downturn.
Following a spectacular opening in Australia (Daily Variety, May 5), "Indecent Proposal" began its European run May 7 with a smash bow in Italy, grossing $ 1.7 million on 196 screens during its first…
"Point of No Return" began its European campaign in surprisingly languid fashion in Italy last week, while "Indecent Proposal" ran red hot in Australia, "Aladdin" captivated Filipinos and "Groundhog…
In its first foreign outing, Paramount's "Indecent Proposal" bagged a socko $ 1.321 million in the first five days on 116 screens in Australia.
It's official: Warner Bros. grabbed the mantle of top U.S. distributor overseas last year as well as the domestic distrib crown.
Smash openings in Britain, France, Belgium and Israel by "Sommersby" last week gave the flagging box office a timely boost.