"Pirates of the Caribbean: Dead Man's Chest" plundered plenty of riches overseas, launching with a socko $46.6 million at 1,345 playdates in only seven foreign markets over the weekend.
You'd be hard pressed to find a record that "Pirates of the Caribbean: Dead Man's Chest" didn't set. Disney's theme park sequel opened to an astounding $132 million -- a full $17 million ahead of the…
"United 93" has proved an unexpected hit in the Mideast. Pic opened to stellar business in the United Arab Emirates where it grossed close to $200,000 opening week, a particularly impressive figure…
Even though Warner Bros.' "Superman Returns" decided to do a complete flyover of any European or Latin American territories -- where the Man of Steel saw the World Cup as a form of Kryptonite -- the…
Disney is well on its way to plundering the biggest opening weekend ever. "Pirates of the Caribbean: Dead Man's Chest" grossed a record breaking $55.5 million on Friday, according to studio estimates.
"Pirates of the Caribbean: Dead Man's Chest" closely followed by "Mission: Impossible III" are summer's must-see films in Japan, according to a poll by Oricon Style, an entertainment news and…
With absolutely huge tracking numbers for Disney's "Pirates of the Caribbean: Dead Man's Chest" -- more than 50% of those polled in one survey said it's their first choice pic to see this weekend -…
South Korean movie admissions jumped a stunning 29% to 80.9 million in the first half of the year, according to a report issued by leading exhibition firm CJ CGV on Wednesday.
The Italo B.O. is up 16% for the first half of 2006, with a total 51 million tickets sold, according to figures released Wednesday. Grosses for the first six months totaled E301 million and saw U.S…
"Superman Returns" is off to a strong start, albeit not as fast as a speeding bullet. Warner Bros. superhero tentpole grossed a solid $52.5 million on its opening weekend and $74 million over the…
"Superman Returns" opened solidly rather than spectacularly in Australia and Asia, leading a moderate foreign box office with $20 million from 1,750 prints in 11 markets in its launch weekend.