Coming off awesome and in some cases record preems, "The Matrix Reloaded" plunged by an average of 53% in major markets last weekend as the blockbuster's international cume soared to $250 million.
Hurtling through the third weekend of its international campaign, "The Matrix Reloaded" captured an estimated $56 million in 62 countries, propelling the cume to a dizzying $250 million.
Family toon "Finding Nemo" was the big fish in this weekend's box office pond, with a splashy $70.6 million in estimated grosses giving co-prod partners Disney and Pixar their best opening ever.
Chinese biopic "Deng Xiaoping," based on the life of the late Chinese leader, is heading up the domestic box office charts. Since preeming on Feb. 19, the sixth anni of Deng's death, the movie has…
"The Matrix Reloaded" may have lost its grip on the domestic box office, but in international territories the Wachowski brothers' philosophical actioner is still king.
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In what is shaping up as summer's first box office free-for-all, Disney/Pixar's "Finding Nemo" leads the new release charge against holdovers "Bruce Almighty" and "The Matrix Reloaded."
Hector Babenco's prison drama "Carandiru" has broken box office and attendance records for a local pic and is poised to overtake "The Lord of the Rings: The Two Towers" for top spot in 2003.
"The Matrix Reloaded" became the first movie to cross the $100 million threshold in a single weekend internationally when it exploded into action in a further 49 territories over the weekend.
Warner Bros.' "The Matrix Reloaded" appeared partially spent, but Universal's "Bruce Almighty" opened divinely at No. 1 over the long Memorial Day weekend.
Release of "The Matrix Reloaded" resulted in brisk biz in Australia, France and 11 smaller territories this past week while elsewhere there was calm before the storm.