Smash preems by "Monsters, Inc." and "Ocean's Eleven" in Europe and Asia stoked business over the weekend while Arnold Schwarzenegger in "Collateral Damage" proved he can still draw sizable crowds in…
Warner Bros./Bel Air finally unspooled Sept. 11 victim "Collateral Damage" this weekend, and the Arnold Schwarzenegger actioner captured the box office flag with an estimated $15.2 million in…
Weekend Box Office Preview HUNTING OFF-SEASON Action pics "Collateral Damage" and "Rollerball" face off today. No matter which one prevails this weekend, the odds…
A record 19.7% surge rocketed Germany's box office to new heights last year, and local pics accounted for an 18.4% market share, the best ever.
A fab February is shaping up overseas as a slew of U.S. blockbusters and a sprinkling of homegrown hits rolled out last weekend. "Ocean's Eleven" played winning hands in Japan and Mexico, "Monsters…
With no Super Bowl to distract them, folks overseas made cinemagoing their favorite spectator sport this weekend.
The B.O. temperature in January was just fine overseas, spurred chiefly by the "Lord of the Rings" and "Harry Potter" blockbusters (both of which have eclipsed their domestic performances), a winning…
Sony/Revolution Studios' "Black Hawk Down" soared to a three-peat perf atop weekend rankings with $11.5 million in estimated box office over the difficult Super Bowl frame. Somalia war tale's cume…
Weekend Box Office Preview BLOCK THAT PIC! Super Bowl weekend is not known as the birthplace of blockbusters, even though last year’s total B. O. surged 47% over 2000…
The Super Bowl may be a bonanza for television, but the hype typically puts a damper on moviegoing.
Spanish cinema admissions rose 5% to 142.3 million tickets sold in 2001, the highest figure since 1982.