Upscale awards season hopefuls strut their stuff at U.K. theaters this weekend hoping to cash in on excellent reviews and the BAFTA awards buzz.
Warner Bros. is getting a head start on Valentine's Day, unspooling Matthew McConaughey-Kate Hudson starrer "Fool's Gold" at the domestic box office this weekend, while Universal opens Martin…
The German Federal Film Board (FFA) is predicting an upswing at the box office this year after a disappointing 5.7% drop in ticket sales to E767.9 million in 2007.
Long a major market for Gallic product, Russia has revealed its Francophile attachments again with a big bear hug for "Asterix at the Olympic Games."
The Belgian box office dropped 5.1% last year to E134.4 million ($198 million), after a record year in 2006.
"Brigada explosiva, mision pirata" (Bomb Squad: Pirate Mission) opened at top of the box office in Argentina even as hot weather put a damper on overall attendance.
"Cloverfield" did solid biz at the European box office this weekend where Gallic live-action laffer "Asterix at the Olympic Games" was the most notable home turf debut.
Studios don't usually underestimate box office numbers when reporting weekend results on Sunday.
Japan's box office for 2007 edged down 2.2% year-on-year to 198.4 billion yen ($1.9 billion), according to figures from the Motion Picture Producers Assn. of Japan (Eiren).
South Korean cinema rolled out its big guns for the Lunar New Year holiday, and produced an unlikely winner in the modestly budgeted thriller "The Devil's Game."
Stephen Chow's "CJ7" defied blizzards in China and garnered a boffo 60 million yuan ($8.35 million) in its first four days on mainland screens.