International auds continued to flock to Hollywood's big holiday titles, even as 2007 got into full swing. Fox's "Night at the Museum" ruled the B.O. abroad once again in the most recent frame.
The mandarins of Chinese cinema can look back with satisfaction on a boffo year in 2006, with revenues at a growing number of cinemas rising by nearly one-third to RMB2.62 billion ($336 million)…
Queen Elizabeth II takes on Adolf Hitler at the box office this weekend as Stephen Frears' "The Queen" and Dani Levy's controversial homegrown comedy "Mein Fuhrer" open in Germany.
Domestic Film DAILY
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No Good Deed
No Good Deed1Daily:$1.2M Cumulative:$28.9M Sony / Screen Gems -35.29%
Guardians of the Galaxy
Guardians of the Galaxy2Daily:$586,451 Cumulative:$307.9M Disney -24.71%
Dolphin Tale 2
Dolphin Tale 23Daily:$506,166 Cumulative:$17.6M Warner Brothers -28.02%
Will "Night at the Museum" be able to top the charts once again? Hit PG pic from Fox certainly has a real shot over a crowded Martin Luther King Day frame in which other, similarly skewing competish…
The penguins are ready to pounce. "Happy Feet" is poised to become the biggest box office hit to come from Australia, overtaking current champ "Crocodile Dundee."
Australia's cinema admissions bounced back 6% in 2006, according to the Motion Picture Distributors Assn. of Australia. Total box office of A$866.6 million ($673.4 million) marks the second-highest…
Last year was a bountiful one for Chinese movies in overseas markets, according to the film bureau, with exports reeling in a hefty $244 million in 2006, even if product was again a little heavy on…
Pan-European cinema chain Kinepolis Group said Wednesday it had seen a 6% rise in admissions across its circuit in 2006.
South Korean admissions rose a hefty 14.6% in 2006 to 166.7 million tickets sold, according to a report by leading exhibitor CJ CGV. This reps the industry's 10th consecutive year of growth and ranks…
French films' market share was neck-and-neck with Hollywood fare at the French box office in 2006, 45% compared with 45.8%, according to official figures released Tuesday.