Twentieth Century Fox's "Dr. Seuss' Horton Hears a Who!" rang up a who-latious $45.1 million at the domestic box office -- the biggest opening so far in 2008 -- furthering Fox's successful foray into…
Like an elephant, family herds didn't forget about "Dr. Seuss' Horton Hears a Who" Friday, shelling out a hefty $13.2 million to see the toon in 3,954 theaters.
Caveman epic "10,000 B.C." and animated family pic "Dr Seuss's Horton Hears a Who!" should take Euro wickets by storm this weekend as markets warm up for the Easter holidays.
Twentieth Century Fox's animated family pic "Dr. Seuss' Horton Hears a Who" should make plenty of noise at the weekend box office as the first wave of schools let out for the Easter break.
Carlo Verdone's local laffer "Grande, grosso e Verdone" (Big, Bad and Verdone) was the most impressive home turf opener at the European box office this weekend.
Cavemen adventure "10,000 BC" hunted down the top slot at the international box office over the weekend, tallying $25.3 million at 3,600 playdates in 20 markets.
Warner Bros.' "10,000 BC" speared a decent-sized aud as the prehistoric epic easily took the top spot with $35.7 million in a quiet frame in which no pics exceeded expectations.
Prehistoric populations were big if not quite epic this weekend, as Warner's "10,000 BC" grossed a solid $35.7 million.
Aussies translated the Oscar wins for "No Country for Old Men" into a box office boost.
Theater owners and Hollywood will have plenty to toast when rendezvousing this week in Las Vegas for exhib confab ShoWest: The 2007 domestic box office was the best on record, digital 3-D is…
French comedy "Bienvenue chez les Ch'tis" pulled off one of the more impressive upsets at the international box office in recent memory, scoring the biggest opening ever in France and easily taking…