"Spider-Man 3" should reel in big numbers in its soph sesh at the Euro B.O. this weekend.
As "Spider-Man 3" swings into the multiplexes for its second weekend, there's one record the B.O.- shattering pic looks unlikely to break: biggest opening week ever.
2006 was a bumper year for European cinema, according to a report published by the The Council of Europe's European Audiovisual Observatory.
Warner Bros.' "Lucky You" had the misfortune of opening opposite "Spider-Man 3" last weekend, but several other pics could share a similar fate in what could prove to be a very tough month for…
Live-action fantasy "Kitaro," based on the iconic Shigeru Mizuki comic, has set a B.O. record for distrib Shochiku in its first week of release.
After "Spider-Man 3" cracked the record for widest release of all time by swinging into 4,252 theaters in its opening weekend, it might follow that an onslaught of summer sequels -- including third…
Europe's summer season got off to a blazing start this weekend as "Spider-Man 3" delivered on the frenzied hype.
"Spider-Man 3" broke the Y3 billion ($25.2 million) barrier in only six days, setting a new B.O. speed record for a Hollywood pic in Japan.
When all the coin caught in "Spider-Man 3's" worldwide web was counted up over the weekend, the B.O. tallies were even higher than Sony estimated on Sunday, giving the wall-crawler $382 million…
It's Spidey's world for now. Sony's third iteration of its gilded webslingler franchise demolished the international B.O. record with $227 million at 16,700 playdates in 105 countries in six days.