"The Martian" led the Chinese box office for the second weekend ahead of "Fall in Love Like A Star" and "Point Break."
"Spectre" opened atop the Japanese box office, bowing on 591 screens with Sony disti.ting,
“In the Heart of the Sea” is facing fierce headwinds going into its U.S. debut next week. The whaling drama launched overseas to a mediocre $17.1 million from 38 foreign markets. Warner Bros., the…
Wake Hollywood up when “Star Wars: The Force Awakens” arrives. With two weeks to go before Luke, Leia, Han and a phalanx of stormtroopers and droids descend on multiplexes, “The Hunger Games…
Exhibitors should stock up on the Excedrin because the movie business is about to suffer from a severe, post-Thanksgiving hangover. Ticket sales are expected to plunge this weekend. “Krampus,” a…
Fans desperate to see “Star Wars: The Force Awakens” on opening night can hit up Ebay, Craigslist, StubHub and other sites in a quest for scalped tickets. Scoring seats won’t come cheap, however…
"The Martian" landed comfortably in top spot at the Chinese box office with a market share double that of second placed film "Our Times."
"The Little Prince" topped the Japanese box office in its second weekend on release, rising from the number three spot.
Korean crime drama, "Inside Men" earned $8.2 million which was enough to keep it on top of the box office for the second weekend.
At the multiplexes, what’s old is new again. Rocky Balboa is back in the ring, Han Solo is once again steering the Millennium Falcon and Hollywood is riding a wave of nostalgia as it tries to put a…
“Carol,” an elegantly wrought romance about two lesbians falling in love at the height of Cold War era conformity, is embracing an unconventional release strategy. The film has received some of the…