Remy's time has come -- at least on the international stage. Disney's "Ratatouille" is leading the foreign box office for the first time, during the Oct. 5-7 frame -- its 15th week in release.
Besides "Ratatouille" touching down in Blighty, across Europe it's midrange fare all over the menu, with local pics in Italy, Spain and France among the widest openers.
Another crowded fall weekend will see four new titles, none of which have major B.O. potential, battling it out for the No. 1 spot.
Russia's latest highly promoted local actioner, nuclear espionage drama "Apocalypse Code," had an explosive first weekend at the local B.O.
Russia's latest highly promoted local actioner, the nuclear espionage drama "Apocalypse Code," had an explosive first weekend at the local B.O.
While "Ratatouille" got gobbled up in Germany this weekend, European B.O. remained mostly anemic in a mixed-fare frame, which saw "Michael Clayton" and "Eastern Promises" open on top in Italy and…
"Ratatouille" cooked up tasty results at the international box office, winning the weekend for the first time with $19.7 million at 3,010 playdates in 38 markets.
Disney broke hearts at DreamWorks this weekend as a strong $16.3 million second weekend for "The Game Plan" vanquished the weak $14 million bow of "The Heartbreak Kid."
Takuya Kimura star vehicle "Hero" is stirring major interest in South Korea, where distributor Lotte Entertainment hopes to give it the biggest local release ever for a Japanese film.
Friday moviegoers hooked up with "The Heartbreak Kid," shelling out $4.6 million for the Farrelly brothers' R-rated comedy.
It's no wonder that every Hollywood studio is looking for its own Jason Bourne.
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