Warner Bros.’ “Man of Steel,” which could hit $100 million this weekend, and Sony’s ensemble comedy “This Is the End,” tracking in the high-$30 million range, will keep summer domestic box office…
Knight And Day Overseas Box Office
Tom Cruise-starrer “Oblivion” bowed Stateside Friday to $$13.3 million, dialing up predictions that had it in the low- or -mid-$30 million range to a weekend haul closer to $38 million. Universal’s…
The international box office hit unparalleled heights in 2012.
Having already raised more than $311 million domestically, Warner Bros.' "The Dark Knight Rises" is poised to nab its third straight domestic weekend win, tracking ahead of Sony's pricey sci-fi…
Top market for "TDKR" in the most recent session was the U.K., where local chains Odeon and Vue Cinemas said in separate statements that -- similar to U.S. exhibs -- they would introduce additional…
The deflating effect of the Aurora, Colo., shootings on last week's opening for Warner Bros.' "The Dark Knight Rises" has box office observers wondering just how long it will impact the shaken…
After launching a new flavor in the U.S. last month for Warner Bros.' "The Dark Knight Rises," Mountain Dew is taking its campaign overseas as part of its first global marketing effort for a film and…
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Femmes and families fueled the international box office over the Oct. 8-10 weekend, turning out for Sony's Julia Roberts starrer "Eat Pray Love" and Universal's 3D toon "Despicable Me."
Pic labors to bring a measure of wit, romance and glamour to an overworked spy-thriller template.
"The Dark Knight" dominated the international box office with $65.6 million at 7,143 playdates in 43 markets.
2016-2017 Oscar Predictions
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