While many folks overseas stayed riveted to their TV screens last weekend following events in the U.S., "Planet of the Apes," "The Others" and "Moulin Rouge" provided compelling diversions and the…
A post-summer letdown and lack of compelling films, as well as the trauma of the U.S. tragedy, all likely contributed to the general overseas B.O. malaise, several international distribs told Daily…
Given the cataclysmic events in the United States, cinema attendance understandably dipped midweek in many overseas markets as people stayed glued to their TV sets or lost the appetite for light…
While the major leagues stayed on the sidelines in the wake of terror attacks, Paramount's sandlot baseball drama "Hardball" took the weekend box office pennant with an estimated $10.1 million.
Distribs will send out a pair of wide releases as planned this weekend, but it's anybody's guess as to whether auds will show up on a weekend sure to be marked by heavy TV news viewing.
Nicole Kidman's star power in the U.K. and Spain, Steven Spielberg's mystique in Latin America and Singapore and Jackie Chan and Chris Tucker's antics in Taiwan and Greece ensured chart-topping…
The weekend B.O. overseas was neither fast nor furious, with "Moulin Rouge" in the U.K. and "The Others" in Spain ranking among the handful of potent preems.
"The Musketeer," Universal's latest take on the classic swashbuckling tale, lanced $10.7 million in estimated box office to capture the first post-summer weekend, as distrib successfully hyped…
Coming off a generally hot summer box office, most major markets have enjoyed a rousing kickoff to the fall, driven chiefly by "Planet of the Apes," "Jurassic Park III," "A Knight's Tale" and "Rush…
Time to officially rewrite the record books.