Soaring temperatures and the lack of a tentpole movie to prop up overall trade saw takings nosedive at the European box office this weekend.
"Wild Hogs" rode to the top spot of a moderate international weekend box office with $11.5 million at 3,046 playdates in 38 markets, edging the fourth frame of Brit hit "Mr. Bean's Holiday."
MK Pictures' rural thriller "Paradise Murdered" topped the South Korean box office for a second week, bringing its cume to $8.6 million. Screening on 353 prints, "Paradise" stars Park Hae-il ("The…
In a weekend in which none of the new wide releases made much of a splash, "Disturbia" held on to the top spot at the box office with a second-weekend tally of $13.5 million.
Mr. Bean's boffo, even though he's not arriving in the United States for four more months. Along with "300," "Mr. Bean's Holiday" has emerged as a surprise spring success in international markets…
Italian political drama "Mio fratello e figlio unico" is the homegrown opener packing the weightiest punch this weekend at the European box office.
Wide openers "Fracture" and "Vacancy" will find themselves battling for the No. 1 spot at the weekend B.O. with the second frame of "Disturbia." All three are likely to gross low- to mid-teens on…
Shrugging off soaring temperatures, Brit laffer "Mr Bean's Holiday" bumbled along nicely and put blood-soaked Spartan actioner "300" in the shade this weekend at the European box office.
Brit homegrown laffer "Mr Bean's Holiday" has surpassed the original "Bean" in just 17 days since its March 30 bow.
Bean bagged the big bucks once again at the international box office, as "Mr. Bean's Holiday" returned to the top during the post-Easter weekend, beating "300" with $18 million at 4,100 playdates in…