The fitful specialty film biz tried to pick up the pace over the weekend as several high-profile titles opened.
"The Dark Knight" dominated the international box office with $65.6 million at 7,143 playdates in 43 markets.
Warner Bros.' "The Dark Knight" continued its record-breaking crusade over the weekend, grossing an estimated $75.6 million from 4,366 theaters at the domestic box office.
Warner Bros.' "The Dark Knight" continued to dominate the box office in its second Friday, taking in $23.1 million from 4,366 theaters and propelling its domestic cume toward $300 million.
You go, girl. Universal's Meryl Streep-Amanda Seyfried musical "Mamma Mia" continued to sing sweetly over the July 18-20 frame at the international box office, grossing $28.9 million in its third…
Domestic box office sensation "The Dark Knight" swoops into Europe this weekend looking likely to repeat its whammo U.S. bow.
Warner Bros. and Legendary Pictures' "The Dark Knight" has a real shot at crossing the $300 million mark at the domestic box office this weekend. If it does so, it would become the first film in…
What slump? Even though the 2008 domestic box office has all but caught up with last year's record-breaking levels -- the final boost being the mammoth opening of Warner Bros.' "The Dark Knight" -…
"Ponyo on the Cliff by the Sea," the newest feature toon by anime auteur Hayao Miyazaki, scored $14.8 million on nearly 1.25 million admissions over the three-day weekend of July 19-21.
Warner Bros.' "The Dark Knight" barely slowed down as it grossed a record-breaking $24.6 million at the domestic box office Monday and plowed toward the $200 million mark, sporting a cume of $182.9…
European weekend box office biz sizzled as feel-good musical "Mamma Mia!" and Will Smith superhero pic "Hancock" both drew big auds. In an upbeat overall frame, there were also strong openings for…