Midrange U.S. thrillers and expanded Oscar winners look set to pack Euro plexes this weekend apart from in France, where local pic "Bienvenue Chez les Ch'tis" should comfortably come top.
With Thursday's announcement that New Line will fold into Warner Bros., Will Ferrell laffer "Semi-Pro" takes on the added distinction of being the final release from Bob Shaye and Michael Lynne's…
"Bienvenue chez les Ch'tis" has broken box office records in northern France, where the laffer was released a week ahead of its national bow.
"The Golden Compass" has had a golden bow at the Japanese B.O.
Looking to parlay its Oscar victory into additional box office coin, Miramax's "No Country for Old Men" will almost double its domestic theater count this weekend, from 1,101 to 2,030 runs. That will…
Upmarket Academy Award winning pics such as "No Country for Old Men," "There Will Be Blood" and "Juno" showed good traction across Europe over the Oscar weekend.
U.K. exhib chain Odeon has emerged relatively unscathed from a spat with Sony over its decision not to screen "Rambo" -- but the pic's B.O. took a beating.
Serial murder pic "The Chaser" is kicking up a storm at the South Korean box office, rising 23% in its second weekend to take the No.1 slot with $4.7 million.
"Jumper" remained the dominant player at the international box office, hopping to a solid $21.9 million at 4,040 playdates in 40 markets.
"Vantage Point" easily staked out the best view at the weekend box office, as Sony's "Rashomon"-style political thriller grossed an estimated $24 million from 3,149 theaters in its domestic debut.
Moviegoers switched their gaze from Presidents Day holdovers yesterday to Sony's "Vantage Point." Snapping up $8 million from 3,149 theaters, the Pete Travis political thriller is positioned to take…
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