"X-Men: The Last Stand" dominated the U.S. box office with an estimated $107 million at 3,690 playdates during its Friday-Sunday opening -- the second-best Friday-Sunday launch of all time.
Years from now, when folks want to make the point that there's no such thing as bad publicity for a film, they'll first mention "The Da Vinci Code."
After opening May 13, Ken Watanabe starrer "Memories of Tomorrow" has become distrib Toei's biggest hit this year, with total gross expected to reach $23 million.
This weekend, Fox unleashes its only summer tentpole, "X-Men: The Last Stand," on one of the two most lucrative frames of the season. Tracking is very strong, particularly with young men, but there's…
Yashraj Films' renegotiations with multiplexes on revenue-sharing for "Fanaa" has opened up a new can of worms. The Multiplex Owners Assn. has refused to release the pic, due out Friday and starring…
Friday's release of Yash Raj Films' "Fanaa" is in jeopardy in the western Indian state of Gujarat. Distrib Yash Raj Films has asked multiplexes for a bigger share of box office on the pic, but exhibs…
Gallic helmer Jean-Claude Brisseau's sexually explicit "Exterminating Angels" is doing boffo for sales outfit Rezo Intl.
"The Da Vinci Code" actually unlocked nearly $8 million more overseas than Sony estimated on Sunday, pushing its record-setting opening gross to $154.7 million at 12,213 playdates. Much of the boost…
Worldwide box office for British films has doubled in the past two years to $2.6 billion, thanks to U.S.-financed blockbusters such as "Harry Potter and the Goblet of Fire" and "Charlie and the…
Foreign moviegoers blessed "The Da Vinci Code" with a record opening of $147 million at 12,213 playdates in 79 markets -- a stunning overseas launch that nearly doubled the domestic gross.
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