A pair of sequels -- Lions Gate's "Saw II" and Sony's "The Legend of Zorro" -- square off during a potentially respectable pre-Halloween weekend that could reverse recent middling perfs at the box…
Clay stayed king at the foreign box office as UIP's "Wallace and Gromit: The Curse of the Were-Rabbit" easily won its third straight weekend with $15.75 million at 3,782 playdates in 32 markets.
Four wide openers, including the adaptation of the hit vidgame "Doom," weren't enough to reverse the gloom at the B.O., but several specialty pics were able to rev up solid per-screen averages over…
UIP's "Wallace and Gromit: The Curse of the Were-Rabbit" continued to scare up some serious coin on the international B.O. scene over the Oct. 14-16 frame by adding 12 markets to its distrib pattern…
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.