Midrange titles such as "No Reservations" and "I Now Pronounce You Chuck and Larry" and awards-season hopefuls such as "A Mighty Heart" arrive at the European box office this weekend.
Jodie Foster returns to the bigscreen this weekend as a vigilante in Neil Jordan's "The Brave One," which Warner Bros. and Village Roadshow Pictures bow in 2,755 locations.
Japan's summer box office fell sharply compared with last year, when local pics powered admissions, but Hollywood pics have continued to perform well.
David Schwimmer's directorial debut "Run, Fat Boy, Run" took top spot in Blighty this weekend while "Live Free or Die Hard" and "The Bourne Ultimatum" topped the charts in Spain and Germany.
"Hero," a courtroom-drama-cum-romance based on a hit Fuji TV series about a rebel prosecutor, finished its first weekend at No. 1 at the local box office, earning Y1.08 billion ($9.5 million dollars)…
Superspy Jason Bourne shot to the top slot at the international box office as "The Bourne Ultimatum" dominated a typically moderate early fall frame with $16.5 million at 3,660 playdates in 37…
Audiences proved willing to saddle up for Western "3:10 to Yuma," which lassoed a solid $14.1 million on a typically soft post-Labor Day frame.
James Mangold's Western remake "3:10 to Yuma" lassoed an opening day domestic gross of $4.5 million for Lionsgate and Relativity Media, putting the Russell Crowe-Christian Bale starrer on track to…
Four films have sold more than 300,000 tickets this summer at the Israeli box office, a record that surpasses last summer's take by half a million dollars.
As fall starts, Hollywood studios will no doubt look longingly back at a season that delivered the best summer on record.
The U.K. launch of "Atonement" marks the beginning of awards season fare hitting the European box office while expansions of summer tentpoles "Live Free or Die Hard" in Spain and "The Bourne…