The film biz is more than ready for summer to begin after a touch-and-go stretch at the domestic box office.
Chinese-U.S. co-production "The Forbidden Kingdom" brought some fresh air to the struggling Korean box office last weekend.
With tentpole season about to start, "Forgetting Sarah Marshall" topped the mildest frame of the year at the foreign box office, with $7 million at 1,000 playdates, edging out "21" and "Dr. Seuss'…
Universal's Tina Fey-Amy Poehler comedy "Baby Mama" was easily the No. 1 movie of the weekend, grossing an estimated $18.3 million from 2,543 theaters and giving the studio its first top opener of…
A trio of comedies took the top spots at the Friday box office, led by Universal's Tina Fey-Amy Poehler starrer "Baby Mama," which delivered $6.3 million from 2,543 theaters on the strength of the…
Sony's gambling drama "21" bet just right at the foreign box office over the April 18-20 weekend, ending a three-week winning streak for Fox toon "Dr. Seuss' Horton Hears a Who!"
Although Euro box office biz is expected to be modest this weekend as auds wait for next weekend's touch down of "Iron Man," comedies are likely to give exhibs a reason to smile in most territories.
Universal's "Baby Mama" and New Line/Warner Bros.' "Harold & Kumar Escape From Guantanamo Bay" will vie for the loudest laugh when opening at the domestic box office today in what's shaping up to be…
Universal bows female-skewing "Baby Mama" this weekend -- one week after the studio released the Judd Apatow-branded "Forgetting Sarah Marshall." Also opening is Warner Bros.' "Harold & Kumar Escape…
A mild spring frame saw holdovers such as "Step Up 2 the Streets" and "21" show good traction at the European box office in the calm before the summer tentpole storm.
Family favorite "Horton Hears a Who!" edged "21" and "Street Kings" to lead a mild spring frame at the foreign box office with $9.7 million at 5,301 playdates, the fourth consecutive win for the CGI…
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