Super Bowl weekend can be a box office wild-card due to steep Saturday-to-Sunday dropoffs, so bizzers are butting heads on weekend projections. A trio of wide openers, including CBS Films chiller…
Once again proving Liam Neeson's draw as an action star, Open Road's sophomore film "The Grey" took a commanding lead at the weekend's domestic B.O., scoring a terif estimated $20 million through…
Yesterday's bow for "The Grey" was anything but drab as the Open Road opener grossed $6.5 million from the domestic B.O.
Likely one of the biggest box office beneficiaries of this year's nine best picture Oscar nominees, Warner Bros.' "Extremely Loud and Incredibly Close" kick-started its nationwide B.O. run over the…
Warner Bros.' holiday holdover "Sherlock Holmes: A Game of Shadows" held onto its No. 1 post during the Jan. 20-22 overseas frame, scoring $18.3 million for an international cume of $261.3 million.
TOKYO -- The Japanese box office plunged 18% to $2.34 billion last year, on admissions down 17% to 145 million, according to figures compiled by the Motion Picture Producers Assn. of Japan.
SYDNEY -- The Aussie box office slipped 3% to A$1.09 billion ($1.14 billion) in 2011 with U.S. pics taking an 82% share, according to statistics released by the Moving Pictures Distributors Assn. of…
This year's weekend-to-weekend domestic B.O. totals continue to outgross 2011, with the newest market leader, Sony-Screen Gems' "Underworld: Awakening," scoring an estimated three-day bow of $25.4…
Sony's occult actioner "Underworld: Awakening" took the domestic B.O. yesterday with about $9.4 million.
At this year's Paris Rendez-vous, the French film showcase backed by Gaul's Unifrance, all eyes were on filmgoers in Germany.
Warner Bros.' Sherlock Holmes sequel is hardly in the shadow of it predecessor.