"Harry Potter and the Order of the Phoenix" enjoyed a phenomenal opening day on 950 screens in France. First-day takings of nearly $5.9 million make it Warner's best ever launch in Gaul.
The latenight shows for "Harry Potter and the Order of the Phoenix" brought in a record-breaking $12 million, the most for a Wednesday opening midnight run in Hollywood's history. Previous…
Marking the widest opening in the studio's history, Warner Bros. rolls out "Harry Potter and the Order of the Phoenix" on more than 9,000 screens in 4,285 locations Wednesday, while dispatching…
"Die Hard 4" and "Shrek the Third" continued to enjoy boffo biz in major Euro markets as summer weather put a damper on "Transformers" in Italy and Spain.
The robots are looking even shinier. Actual weekend gross for DreamWorks and Paramount's "Transformers" was $70.5 million, versus Sunday's estimate of $67.6 million, a gain of 4%.
The Gallic box office fell 9.6% to e553 million ($753.3 million) in the first half of the year, with U.S. films taking $348 million, $11 million less than in same period last year.
Robots and Bruce Willis dominated international moviegoing, with "Transformers" beating out "Live Free or Die Hard" for the top overseas spot.
Transformation complete. Quickly rising to become a summer hit, DreamWorks and Paramount's robot actioner "Transformers" scored the best seven-day showing for a nonsequel in history, clobbering…
DreamWorks and Paramount's "Transformers" made an estimated $22.5 million on Friday, pushing the tentpole past the $100 million mark for a new total of $107.4 million. Pic, directed by Michael Bay…
The third time really has been the charm so far this summer at the international box office. Three franchises in their third iteration -- Sony's "Spider-Man," Paramount's "Shrek" and Disney's…