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Kintop Pictures will release Mel Gibson's blockbuster "The Passion of the Christ" in India, Sri Lanka, Nepal and Bangladesh.
The obsession over "The Passion of the Christ" extends well beyond the box office: According to a new study, the country's top 10 newspapers couldn't churn out copy fast enough on the subject.
The B.O. "Passion" has returned, brightening an Easter weekend that saw an opening for "The Alamo" that Disney would like to forget. Newmarket's seventh sesh of "The Passion of the Christ" easily…
Folks in Spain embraced Mel Gibson's crucifixion saga more fervently than auds in France last week due to a host of reasons including different censorship ratings and churches' and critics' reactions.
This is the full text of a far-ranging interview done by screenwriter John Leone with Benedict Fitzgerald, the co-screenwriter with Mel Gibson on "The Passion of the Christ."
Mel Gibson's "The Passion of the Christ" crossed the $100 million milestone outside North America Tuesday after Icon reported its offshore total through last weekend at $99.3 million.
Folks in Asia and Latin America seem more fervent about Mel Gibson's crucifixion saga than auds in parts of Europe, judging by the pic's sturdy but not celestial bows in France and Spain last weekend.
Despite an organized labor strike that slowed down the delivery of prints, "The Passion of the Christ" grossed a whopping 5.5 million reals ($1.9 million) from 2 million admissions its first week in…
About 35 years ago, John Lennon declared the Beatles more popular than Jesus. Well, careers go up and down, but right now, Jesus is again Da Man.
Mel Gibson's "The Passion of the Christ" took home $523,868 on its first day in France on Wednesday, as pic bowed amid controversy.