In a less-than-exciting frame at the overseas box office, with some European distributors complaining about a soft market, the main heroes were "My Best Friend's Wedding" and "Men in Black."
Sony's "Men in Black" continued to be very green, as it minted close to $12 million internationally to rank as the frame's top worldwide grosser.
Italian audiences succumbed to "Lolita's" charms, while "My Best Friend's Wedding" captivated lots of Aussies and "The Lost World: Jurassic Park" had monster preems in three European markets last…
The fall season abroad is delivering big paydays for "Men in Black," "The Lost World: Jurassic Park," "Face/ Off" and "Bean," but it's an unforgiving period for films that can't find an audience in…
The irrepressible "Men in Black" became the second blockbuster of the year to top $200 million overseas after minting an additional $16 million last weekend, while "The Lost World: Jurassic Park"…
In a frantically busy weekend frame overseas, "Men in Black" notched stupendous preems in Germany, Austria and Australia, "The Lost World: Jurassic Park's" cume topped $300 million, and "Face/Off"…
While BVI's "Air Force One" and "Face/Off" and WB's "Conspiracy Theory" were big players at the overseas box office, "Con Air" was poised to become the 13th pic to join the foreign blockbuster club…
Despite a 24% drop in the U.K. box office on the weekend of Princess Diana's funeral, when big boys like "Conspiracy Theory," "Men In Black" and "Bean" dipped an average of 49%, Fox's boisterous Brit…
"Air Force One" roared off the runway in its maiden foreign flight in Brazil over the weekend, while "The Fifth Element" blitzed Germany and "Volcano" blew hot and cold in four European markets.
"The Lost World: Jurassic Park" charged past $500 million in worldwide B.O. receipts last weekend, while Polygram's comedy "Bean" wowed Germany and Austria, and Fox's laffer "The Full Monty" had a…
In its offshore preem, Paramount's sci-fier "Event Horizon" launched in the U.K. last weekend with a solid but not spectacular $1.7 million in four days on 207 screens.