Hollywood films collided with each other at the top of the Chinese box office over the past, largely quiet, week.
South Korea's foreign-language Oscars contender, "The Throne" had one of the best opening scores this year for a local film.
James “Whitey” Bulger ruled the streets of South Boston for decades. He charmed little old ladies by carrying their groceries, intimidated petty hoods and buried his murder victims under highway…
"Mission: Impossible – Rogue Nation" dominated the Chinese box office on the weekdays, but "Minions" challenged it over the weekend.
"Pixels" opened at number one on the Japanese charts last weekend, despite its critical pasting and disappointing box office in the U.S.
In a very soft week, "Ant-Man" topped the Korea box office for the second consecutive weekend. "Straight Outta Compton" opened lower.
"Monster Hunt," the Chinese-made fantasy movie, has overtaken "Furious 7" to become the biggest film of all time at the box office.
A Mexican animated film about a plucky rooster facing off against a cruel rancher was a stealth winner at an otherwise lackluster Labor Day Weekend box office. “Un Gallo Con Muchos Huevos,” which…
"Unfair: The End," the final installment in a cop thriller series, opened atop the Japanese box office for the weekend of Sept. 5-6.
Debuting on 946 screens, Marvel's "Ant-Man" opened on top of the Korean box office and dominated weekend proceedings.
Cinemas in Hong Kong enjoyed a 33% growth business over the summer months of July and August. Hollywood dominated as local titles slumped.