China narrows the gap with North America as local films again beat Hollywood and screen openings hit 15 per day.
Box office in Hong Kong increased by 1% to HK$1.65 billion (US$213 million) in 2014.
Year of contradictions as indie films rebound and conglomerates are fined for market manipulation
“The Hobbit: The Battle of the Five Armies” is showing some impressive fight at the box office. The Middle Earth send-off held its ground, securing the top spot on the charts for a third consecutive…
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Hollywood is ringing in the New Year on a high note despite a disappointing 2014. Thanks to holiday hits such as “Unbroken” and “Into the Woods,” the Christmas box office was up 7% year-over-year…
“The Hobbit: The Battle of the Five Armies” crossed the $400 million mark at the international box office, topping charts for a third consecutive weekend. The Middle-earth finale earned $89.2 million…
“Interstellar,” “Godzilla” and the final “Hobbit” film drove Warner Bros. Pictures past $3 billion at the international box office in 2014. It’s the second consecutive year that the studio has topped…
On paper, “Unbroken,” the story of a bombardier who survives a crash in the Pacific Ocean only to be tortured by his Japanese captors, doesn’t sound much like a Christmas movie. However, by…