If there's a recession going on, word hasn't gotten to James Bond.
Impressive holdover performer "Quantum of Solace" should continue to dominate biz at the European box office this weekend where Italo laffer "La Fidanzata di Papa" (Father's Girlfriend) is the most…
Sony and MGM's latest James Bond installment "Quantum of Solace" is expected to break more records as it opens Friday in North America after a dazzling early run internationally.
The John Woo period epic "Red Cliff Part I" has topped the Japanese weekend B.O. for the second week in a row.
It was a week of few surprises at the Hong Kong box office with Sony's killer, "Quantum of Solace," slaying the competition to take top spot on the charts with $1.14 million from a wide, 38-screen…
Sony's "Quantum of Solace" hit paydirt in Europe with socko openings in major and minor markets and gritty holds on home turf in the U.K. and in France.
"Quantum of Solace" dominated the Korean box office over the weekend, beating local hit "My Wife Got Married."
By this time last year, a number of specialty films hoping to join the awards parade had already debuted.
There was no escaping the strength of "Madagascar: Escape 2 Africa" as it bowed domestically to an estimated $63.5 million from 4,056 theaters.
James Bond blew away foreign box office rivals as "Quantum of Solace" gunned down $106.5 million at 9,870 playdates in 60 territories -- the 11th biggest international weekend ever.
James Bond's latest outing "Quantum of Solace" has shaken and stirred Chinese auds, netting 11.4 million yuan ($1.67 million) on its opening day, the biggest opening day for a foreign pic this year.