The weekend box office perked up thanks to dashing debuts by "Bad Boys II," "Kill Bill, Vol. 1" and "American Wedding" and winning offshore preems by "Intolerable Cruelty."
New Line horror remake "The Texas Chainsaw Massacre" hacked out an estimated $29.1 million in weekend box office to post the second-biggest October bow ever. Blood-lust rival "Kill Bill, Vol. 1" from…
Exhibs who pride themselves on being able to accurately forecast how films will perform got some surprises last week, not all of them pleasant.
SLEEPING THROUGH AUTUMN Pics such as "Kill Bill" and "School of Rock" have bowed to $20 million, begging the question: How long will those pics' legs be given that fall wide releases make a…
"Foolproof," the highly touted heist movie starring Ryan Reynolds that was supposed to reinvigorate the Canuck film industry, has bombed at the box office.
The fall biz is percolating nicely overseas driven by "Bad Boys II," "Finding Nemo," "The League of Extraordinary Gentlemen," "Spy Kids 3-D: Game Over" and feisty offshore preems for "Kill Bill, Vol…
The prequel to helmer Petter Naess' local smash "Elling" broke this year's box office record in Norway this weekend.
Those bad boys, extraordinary gentlemen and Disney's fish shared the spoils at the weekend B.O., while "Kill Bill Vol. 1" thrilled the Brits in its London platform.
Miramax actioner "Kill Bill, Vol. 1" made blood sport of the weekend box office with a chart-topping opening of $22.7 million. Paramount's "School of Rock" was runner-up over laffer's soph session…
Clint's box office river ran deep, if not wide. Warner Bros. enjoyed a boffo limited bow with the Clint Eastwood-helmed drama "Mystic River" this weekend, grossing an estimated $591,390 from 13…