It may be a French cultural phenomenon, but Gallic box office smash "Intouchables" (Untouchable) has roots that are planted as deeply in Hollywood as they are in the soil of the typical French comedy.
It was business as usual at the 2011 international box office. And business is booming.
Overseas box office kicked off the new year with a new weekend champ: Warner Bros.' "Sherlock Holmes: A Game of Shadows" grossed a stellar $44.9 million over the Jan. 6-8 sesh.
Sundance begins Jan. 19, showcasing 36 feature-length documentaries. The TV networks are airing dozens and dozens of reality series, including plenty of midseason ones. Apparently Hollywood loves to…
ROME -- Italian box offices grosses dropped 10% to $846 million in 2011 on ticket sales down 8% to 101 million, due largely to disaffection with Hollywood titles.
So far, 3D movies have been all about the box office, with premium ticket prices upping the ante. Giant robots, comicbook superheroes and ancient warriors have exploded across digital screens in…
MOSCOW — Russia’s box office topped $1 billion for the first time in a full calendar year in 2011, up 20% on 2010. While ticket sales rose only 6%, the hike to $1.16 billion reflects the premium paid…
SHANGHAI -- China's B.O. gross swept past $2 billion for the first time in 2011, according to the head of the country's film bureau, a 29% hike on the previous year.
One week before it widens in the U.S., Pathe's Meryl Streep starrer "The Iron Lady" is gripping Spain and Blighty.
While 2012 overseas box office kicked off with a new weekend champ, "Sherlock Holmes: A Game of Shadows," the domestic B.O. began the new year with a record-setting bang, as Paramount's "The Devil…
In a devilish upset, Paramount Insurge's "The Devil Inside" topped the domestic B.O. Friday with $16.9 million.