Hollywood distribs are looking to chow down over Thanksgiving, offering four wide openers over a five-day frame that studios view as their annual box office feast.
The love -- and the B.O. largesse -- was spread around the world last weekend as "Finding Nemo," "Love Actually," "Intolerable Cruelty" and "School of Rock" ruled in assorted markets.
The fall season motored along nicely over the weekend as the top trio -- "Finding Nemo," "The Matrix Revolutions" and "Love Actually" -- pulled in more than $60 million combined overseas, according…
"Dr. Seuss' The Cat in the Hat," the family laffer from Universal/Imagine, bowed a bit flat at $40.1 million. Estimated perf means the highly marketed and pricey "Cat" opened 27% short of previous…
After making headway in distribbing local productions this year, 20th Century Fox is also headed for a heftier chunk of grosses from its Hollywood releases in 2003.
Descending rapidly from its record-breaking opening, "The Matrix: Revolutions" showed surprisingly short legs in its second weekend in most foreign markets.
LIT HITS FOR THE HOLIDAYS "Dr. Seuss’ The Cat in the Hat" kicks off the year-end holiday frame today – a period where films based on literary sources have flourished over the past five…
Bavaria Film Intl. continues to clock sales for local hit "The Miracle of Bern," which has earned $17 million at the German box office since its Oct. 16 release.
Docu feature "My Architect," Nathaniel Kahn's personal journey into the life and work of his late father, Louis I. Kahn, has broken house records at New York's Film Forum, posting the venue's…
Flemish thriller "The Alzheimer Case" is still performing strongly at the local box office, a month after its release.
Michael Moore's "Bowling for Columbine" has garnered E6.5 million ($7.6 million) at the German box office since its release a year ago, beating Wim Wenders' "Buena Vista Social Club" as the most…