International moviegoing for 2008 got started with a bang as "I Am Legend" and "The Golden Compass" delivered a one-two punch to lead the way for a third straight weekend.
Disney sequel "National Treasure: Book of Secrets" led for the third weekend in a row at the domestic box office, while Fox Searchlight cross-over hit "Juno" overtook most big studio titles in…
Disney's "National Treasure: Book of Secrets" continued to mint coin at the top spot of Friday's box office with $6.4 million, but it was Fox Searchlight's "Juno" that received a pop on the day's…
Argentine film admissions dropped 2.5% to 34.5 million in 2007 from 35.4 million a year earlier, with U.S. titles taking 82% of the market despite a robust offering of local films, according to…
It's nearly official -- the foreign box office has finished 2007 in stellar style, with a 9% increase in revenues to $9.42 billion for the Big Six studios.
Festive period favorites such as "I Am Legend" and "The Golden Compass" should continue their good runs at the European box office this weekend, where there are few big new releases.
After all the holiday traffic, horror entry "One Missed Call" will be the only new wide release at the domestic box office this weekend.Warner Bros. is distributing "One Missed Call" in 2,240…
The combination of Will Smith's box office muscle in Blighty and France and the popularity of local laffers in Italy and Germany made for an upbeat final frame in 2007 for European box office.
Having a record-breaking year at the box office is both a blessing and a curse -- a curse because it sets a new benchmark that Hollywood has to live up to.
Sequels had their day in the sun in 2007, but specialty films found dwindling auds.
Family film "Christmas Story" was the most successful locally made film in Finland in 2007.