Sony's "Once Upon a Time in Mexico" was unrestricted by its R rating this weekend, as the action sequel sprayed bullets and box office in equal measure for a franchise-best bow of $24 million.
THE MEAN SEASON Recently, September and October haven’t been fruitful frames for releases that eventually cross $100 million. That trend could change this month as many distribs have skedded…
Robert Rodriguez's hot helming hand after "Spy Kids 3-D: Game Over" should continue this weekend, with Sony's "Once Upon a Time in Mexico" expected to top the box office weekend -- as well as the…
Warner Bros.' seemingly iron grip on the U.S. majors' international B.O. crown this year is starting to look shaky, challenged by the fast-finishing Buena Vista Intl.
The treasure chest at Disney's Buena Vista Intl. is overflowing as "Pirates of the Caribbean: The Curse of the Black Pearl," "Bruce Almighty" and "Finding Nemo" dominated the weekend B.O. overseas.
The first unofficial weekend of fall fell easily, as Paramount laffer "Dickie Roberts: Former Child Star" toppled box office competish with just $7 million in estimated opening grosses. United…
Zapped by a prolonged heat wave in Europe, the generally soft summer season overseas delivered a few hits which clicked better than in the U.S., as well as some disappointments.
Kids are back in school and adults returned to work after the summer vacation in Europe, and a combo of cooler temperatures and the allure of "Pirates of the Caribbean: The Curse of the Black Pearl"…
LINGERING HEAT Summer may be over at the B.O., but some of the season’s hits manage to play strong throughout September. TOP SUMMER CARRYOVERS (1993 – 2002) Film (month – year bowed)  …
The generally soft summer season abroad ended with a fusillade of cannon fire as "Pirates of the Caribbean: The Curse of the Black Pearl" blasted off in eight territories and retained the crown with…
United Artists horror sequel "Jeepers Creepers 2" peeped out from atop the box office heap with the best Labor Day weekend bow ever -- an estimated $18.5 million over four days.