"Kung Fu Panda" topped the Korean box office for the second consecutive week with $5.7 million from 908,368 admissions over its second weekend.
"The Incredible Hulk" bit off big green in its U.K. bow whilst M. Night Shyamalan's "The Happening" did solid opening biz across the Euro box office this weekend.
Box office in France is up 11.5% this year, with 89.95 million tix sold through May, despite a 23.2% drop in admissions last month, year-on-year.
Worldwide cinema ticket sales and box office grosses both increased in 2007, according to research released Monday by U.K.-based cinema analysts Dodona Research.
Thanks chiefly to the knockout one-two punch of "Indiana Jones" and "Iron Man," Paramount Pictures International has passed $1 billion in international box office grosses six weeks earlier than last…
Scare fare triumphed overseas as M. Night Shyamalan's "The Happening" edged "The Incredible Hulk" at the weekend's foreign box office.
The weekend box office once again wowed as Marvel Studios and Universal's refitted "The Incredible Hulk" saw lots of green with a bulky $54.5 million domestic opening.
Friday the 13th was anything but unlucky for the domestic box office as Marvel and Universal's Edward Norton starrer "The Incredible Hulk" got off to a strong start, grossing an estimated $21 million…
Women abandoned the European soccer championships to propel comedy "Sex and the City" to No. 1 at the international box office over the June 6-8 weekend.
Ed Norton starrer "The Incredible Hulk" smashes into U.K. cinemas this weekend hoping to gobble up bigger green than Ang Lee's 2003 effort managed.
Moviegoers will be asked to give superhero Bruce Banner another chance as Marvel Entertainment and Universal open Edward Norton starrer "The Incredible Hulk" in 3,504 theaters this weekend.
2016-2017 Oscar Predictions
- Epic Oscars Mistake: Warren Beatty, Faye Dunaway Announce Wrong Best Picture Winner
- Damien Chazelle Becomes Youngest Best Director Winner in Oscars History for ‘La La Land’
- ‘Moonlight’ Writers Dedicate Best Adapted Screenplay Win to the Underrepresented
- Viola Davis Becomes First Black Actor to Win an Oscar, Emmy & Tony