Paramount-DreamWorks 3D holdover "Puss in Boots" managed to hold on handily to the weekend's top spot, with a remarkable soph-sesh drop of just 3% that yielded an estimated $33 million through Sunday
Universal's "Tower Heist" stole first last night earning $8.1 million domestically
competing against heavyweights like "The Help" and "The Adventures of Tintin" at the French box office with a local pic about cops working in a child-protection agency may seem like a bad marketing…
Paramount and Sony successfully launched Steven Spielberg's "The Adventures of Tintin: The Secret of the Unicorn" over the Oct. 28-30 weekend, nearly two months ahead of the film's Dec. 21 domestic…
It wasn't a crazy-good debut perf for Paramount's "Like Crazy," but Stateside auds seemed to like the Sundance hit well enough.
A pair of comedies, "Tower Heist" and "A Very Harold & Kumar 3D Christmas," look to brighten the mood at what has been a fairly glum boxoffice climate in recent weeks.
"Puss in Boots" needed a bigger pair of knee-highs to trek through the recent mucky B.O. market.
Paramount took top honors Friday as three of its films lead the domestic B.O., including the DreamWorks animated "Puss in Boots," which bested with $9.6 million.
There was nothing modest about the overseas opening for low-budget frightener "Paranormal Activity 3."
When Roadside Attractions dated Wall Street-set "Margin Call" back in July, the company had no idea that Gotham's famous financial district would be besieged by protesters beginning just one month…
Steven Spielberg's "The Adventures of Tintin: The Secret of the Unicorn" caught a gusty tailwind in debut territories France, Belgium and the U.K., all of which saw the film launch Wednesday in the…
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