Primates and prehistoric animals ruled the B.O. jungles in a bunch of markets last weekend while medieval knights conquered Blighty.
Europe threw open its arms to Hollywood this past week, while Japan preferred domestic fare and Australia more than held up its end of the Ledger.
A Labor Day weekend-best bow of $15.8 million for United Artists/American Zoetrope's "Jeepers Creepers" horror pic had distrib smelling a sequel.
B.O.’S FRUITS OF LABOR In 1999, B.O. for a Labor Day weekend hit an all-time high, and its leading pic, "The Sixth Sense," also earned a record haul. None of this week’s openers seem to…
An all-time mark for summer box office will be reached this weekend -- though admissions will fall short of a record -- as a couple of openers with so-so prospects battle two pics returning for brief…
"A Knight's Tale" lanced the top spot in Australia and New Zealand this weekend in its international debut, while "Final Fantasy: The Spirits Within" kept auds real in Germany, Spain and Italy, where…
"Final Fantasy" spent four years moving from script to screen but it took just one weekend to claim top spot in Germany, Italy and Spain and cause "Bridget Jones' Diary" some heartache in Austria.
"Planet of the Apes," "Cats & Dogs" and "Rush Hour 2" reigned in a bunch of major markets last week, while European films gave Hollywood a run for its money in Germany and Toho's toon "Spirited Away"…
Peter Sellars, the controversial former director of the defunct Los Angeles Arts Festival, is presiding over turbulent times as artistic director of the Adelaide Festival.
"American Pie 2" choked down $12.8 million in estimated weekend box office, as Universal laffer outpaced five wide openers and New Line's still-strong "Rush Hour 2" to become first pic in four months…