Universal's "Hellboy II: The Golden Army," directed by filmmaker Guillermo del Toro, grossed an estimated $13.8 million from 3,204 runs on Friday to win the day on the strength of males and an…
Adios soccer, hola Will Smith tentpole "Hancock."
Summer is in full swing at the European box office as this weekend sees "Mamma Mia" dance into Blighty, "Kung Fu Panda" high-kick into France and Spain, and powerful Will Smith vehicle "Hancock" hold…
Filmmaker Guillermo del Toro's "Hellboy II: The Golden Army" will try to do hellish business at the weekend box office and overtake holdover "Hancock," although it could be tough.
John Woo's "Red Cliff," the most expensive Asian film ever, is off to a smashing start to its theatrical career across the 'Greater China' region. China Film Group reported that the film grossed in…
The German box office may have suffered a slump in recent weeks due to the European soccer championships and the hot weather, but local pics nevertheless markedly improved their performance in the…
China's box office in the cities hit 1.6 billion yuan ($230 million) in the first half of 2008, a 50% increase on the same period last year, with a strong rise in auds to 64 million, the China Film…
He's an antihero to some, but Sony's "Hancock" put on a superhero performance at the Hong Kong box office over the weekend.
Underlining Will Smith's worldwide appeal, Sony's "Hancock" ruled a robust international box office with a launch weekend of $78.3 million at 5,444 playdates in 50 markets.
Sony's Will Smith starrer "Hancock" debuted to an estimated $103.9 million from 3,965 runs over 5½ days to become the third-biggest Fourth of July opener of all time after "Transformers" and…
In its third day, Sony's "Hancock" reeled in $18.8 million, giving Will Smith his highest grossing B.O. for the Fourth of July holiday.
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