Sacre bleu! Just when Hollywood was starting to count on foreign box office to save its bottom line, France and 190 other countries have laid down another potential roadblock.
WHEN THE BOW BREAKS Despite the autumn B.O. being 3% ahead of the same frame a year ago, the average B.O. for a wide bow has dipped. ‘Elizabethtown’ and ‘Domino’ were the latest soft…
Vidgame classic "Doom" reaches the bigscreen this weekend as Universal unspools its adaptation starring Dwayne "the Rock" Johnson at 3,042 theaters.
Gallic box office admissions fell to 175.9 million in the first nine months of 2005, down 13.4% from 195.9 million in the year-earlier period, as ticket sales continue the decline that began in…
"Wallace and Gromit: The Curse of the Were-Rabbit" was the big winner at the foreign box office with an impressive $26.4 million in eight markets over the weekend.
Two major directors couldn't get past a remake and a clay rabbit this weekend, as the latest pics from Cameron Crowe and Tony Scott failed to ignite. Instead, Revolution and Sony's "The Fog"…
UIP's claymation pic "Wallace & Gromit: The Curse of the Were-Rabbit" continued summer's trend of family fare dominating the overseas scene.
RECURRING SCREAMS ‘The Fog’ joins a recent crop of horror remakes. American remakes of Japanese horror pics have done better at the B.O. recently than reduxes of domestic frighteners…
While the fall has yet to produce a blockbuster like last year's "Shark Tale," this season's crowded marketplace of mid-level successes has kept the B.O. buoyant.
Family faves ruled a moderate weekend at the foreign box office, with "Wallace and Gromit: Curse of the Were-Rabbit" taking the top spot with $9.23 million at 1,895 playdates in 13 markets, ending…
While the box office results produced by the five new wide releases this weekend were short of spectacular, the fall season continued its encouraging start.