CRUISE CONTROL Tom Cruise looks to reignite his summer stamina at the domestic box office today with "Collateral." While 2002’s "Minority Report" wasn’t a disappointment, pic fell slightly…
Can a bad Tom make good? D'Works finds out this weekend when "Collateral," the first pic in which Tom Cruise plays a villain, opens at 3,188 theaters. Sony and Revolution are counterprogramming the…
U.S.-based helmer Ramona Diaz's "Imelda," the controversial documentary about the Philippines' former first lady Imelda Marcos, is racing past local features at the box office in its home country.
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Hot sunny weather in Europe gave many folks an alternative to sitting in cinemas last weekend, taking some of the shine off a few high-profile U.S. rookies, including "King Arthur," and contributing…
Robots conquered the B.O. in various offshore territories over the weekend in a frame where terrific weather in Europe squashed ticket sales, especially in the U.K.
M. Night Shyamalan gave Disney its first big opening of the year, as "The Village" bowed with a bang, grossing $50.8 million from 3,730 theaters. Overall box office, however, expanded only slightly…
If you're going to make a movie inspired by a classic 1960s puppets TV series, you'd better make damn sure the pic appeals not only to kids but to adults who fondly remember the show. That lesson…
AUGUST BLOWOUT Last August, the month’s average wide bow had doubled compared with five years ago, thanks to such hits as “S.W.A.T.,” “Freddy vs. Jason” and “American Wedding.” Today, four…
Is there such a thing as too many thrills? Touchstone's historical thriller "The Village," the latest from M. Night Shyamalan, unspools ultrawide at 3,730 theaters and Paramount's remake of political…
After a slow start to 2004, U.K. cinema admissions have surged in the second quarter to reach the halfway mark nearly 6% ahead of last year.
"Spider-Man 2" swung into India over the weekend, knocking aside all box office records by a foreign-language movie, and sidelining traditional Bollywood fare.