It's a showdown between killer dinos and a killer smile, as relative sure-shots with distinct segments of the moviegoing aud face off in a battle for broader auds. See updated B.O. numbers.
Buena Vista Intl. and Warner Bros. Intl. both were claiming victory in the weekend B.O. battle in Japan. Truth is, both "Pearl Harbor" and "A.I. Artificial Intelligence" are winners -- and arguing…
Any doubts about how the Japanese would react to its potentially sensitive subject were dispelled over the weekend as "Pearl Harbor" saw a socko debut, smashing Buena Vista Intl.'s territory opening…
MGM laffer "Legally Blonde" was, like, totally No. 1 this weekend with an overachieving $20.4 million bow that made pre-frame predictions of box office supremacy for Sony's much-hyped "Final Fantasy…
SUMMER SIESTA FOR ART FARE Summer arthouse grosses to date are roughly on pace with last summer, but the season has been slipping since '98. One new limited entry today is John Favreau's…
This Friday the 13th, the only horror pic in sight is a spoof of the genre, as Miramax's "Scary Movie 2" tries to avoid a frightening soph-sesh drop against new competish from a comedy, a drama and a…
B.O. receipts in Australia in the first half of this year rose by nearly 9% over the year-earlier frame, and distribs say upcoming releases will likely help produce an industry record for the year.
Sneak previews of ''Pearl Harbor'' in Japan rang up $1.6 million on 425 screens -- a BVI record -- auguring well for its nationwide rollout this Saturday.
Warner Bros. laffer "Cats & Dogs" high-tailed it to the top of the box office heap with a bright-eyed $22 million in estimated box office, while Steven Spielberg's much-heralded "A.I. Artificial…
SUMMER'S STRIDE TO A BILLION Last weekend the summer's B.O. hit its first billion in a record 37 days tying the record set in 1999. Year Number of Days 2001 37 Days 1999 37 Days 2000…