A pair of box office tracking services crossed T's and dotted I's on final 2003 reports Monday, incorporating official data from closing sessions that previously could only be estimated.
Thanks to a jingoistic war pic and a rare foray into sci-fi, Bollywood had a better 2003 than 2002 and is looking forward to the trend continuing.
It's official: 2003 was a yawn at the box office. At least that seems the collective response of American moviegoers, with admissions off almost 5%.
Barrelling through its third orbit overseas, "The Lord of the Rings" finale amassed an estimated $53 million last weekend, propelling its foreign cume to $385 million and lifting its worldwide take…
New Line's franchise-capper "The Lord of the Rings: The Return of the King" capped its domination of the holiday marketplace by three-peating atop the box office over the post-New Year's weekend.
Thank the Lord for "The Lord of the Rings: The Return of the King." That was the mantra from international distribs and exhibs as 2003 drew to a close amid sizzling returns for the finale of Peter…
It was tough-going at moviehouses around the world in 2003 -- and the problem may be getting worse. A feel-good movie like "Finding Nemo" or a vast epic with universal themes like "The Lord of the…
Get out of the way of "The Lord of the Rings: The Return of the King." With New Line's trilogy capper amassing $270 million in foreign markets in its first dozen days, avoiding head-to-head…
Third time's the charm for helmer Peter Jackson. The final installment of New Line's "The Lord of the Rings" trilogy has turned even more golden than its two predecessors in its tour around the world.
Predictably, New Line's "Return of the King" again ruled the box office over the long Christmas weekend, but "Cheaper By the Dozen" proved a surprise hit and "Peter Pan" got a lump of coal.
A sackful of new toys will be under the tree Christmas Day. The question is whether they will cheer up the ailing B.O. Wide openers include Miramax's "Cold Mountain," Fox's "Cheaper by the Dozen,"…