Sequels still pack plenty of punch overseas judging by the weekend bows of "Terminator 3: Rise of the Machines" in France, Belgium and Norway; "American Wedding" in Australia; and "Bad Boys II" in…
A pair of solid openings and some sturdy holdover pics repped welcome bright spots in a summer still marked by overcast box office conditions.
Almost every time a U.S. tentpole pic opened at less than stellar levels or crashed in its soph session this summer, studio execs were quick to proclaim their under-appreciated film was resonating -…
Europeans escaped the heatwave last week by cooling off in cinemas -- but pretty much only those where Arnold Schwarzenegger was strutting his stuff.
AUGUST SLIPPAGE This summer’s receipts are flat with 2002 levels. For 2003 to come out ahead, year-on-year gains will need to be posted at a time when grosses start fading fast. AVERAGE…
Exhibitor Kinepolis is blaming July's 8% dip in ticket sales on Europe's sizzling weather.
Arnold Schwarzenegger single-handedly hauled the European B.O. out of its summertime lethargy last weekend while it was a no-contest in Japan between Disney's "Pirates" and Universal's "The Hulk."
The "Terminator" ran amok in Europe over the weekend while Disney's "Pirates" cut Universal's "Hulk" down to size in Japan.
Universal's "American Wedding" rang box office bells in its opening weekend, chiming in with an estimated $34.3 million to lead a solid, if not spectacular, frame.
Stereotypes aside, even the French can have a boring time in bed -- if the number of couples flocking to see Didier Bourdon's "Seven Years of Marriage" is any gauge.
With their country's battered economy recovering, Argentines are swarming back to the theater for Hollywood blockbusters and a local "Popstars" spinoff. Ticket sales were up 11% two weekends ago, the…
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