Warners Bros.' "Scooby-Doo 2: Monsters Unleashed" opened with an estimated $30.7 million, 43% less than the original family laffer's summer bow but better than pre-release projections.
Mel Gibson's biblical epic is arousing very different passions around the world, ranging from wild fervor in Latin America and Poland to plenty of enthusiasm Down Under (although well below the manic…
OFF-SEASON SEQUELS A franchise follow-up, Warner Bros.’ "Scooby-Doo 2" hopes to fetch viewers when it opens on more than 3,300 screens. Outside typical summer or holiday playdates, sequels…
Stateside auds continue to be passionate about Mel Gibson's "The Passion of the Christ," kicking its box office take beyond the $300 million mark by Thursday.
Twentieth Century Fox Mexico reaped millions from "The Passion of the Christ's" boffo opening weekend of $4.9 million, but it's not happy about having to stump up the one-peso-per-ticket tax that…
Unimpressed by the hype surrounding "The Passion of the Christ," most Germans say they won't bother to see Mel Gibson's retelling of Jesus' last hours.
The B.O. in many territories got a much needed boost last weekend, thanks to God and mere mortals including Pedro Almodovar, "Starsky & Hutch," "Brother Bear" and Gallic entry "Les Choristes."
Italian pics are having a field day at the local box office, with four titles among the top 10 grossers for the first time in years. Leading the pack is drama "Don't Move," starring Penelope Cruz as…
Film admissions in the European Union fell 5% to 890.5 million in 2003, according to latest estimates published by the European Audiovisual Observatory.
Making its world bow in commercial cinemas, Pedro Almodovar's "Bad Education" notched up a first weekend €1,180,000 ($1,456,120) over March 19-21 in Spain.
Latin America fell under God's spell over the weekend as "The Passion of the Christ" smashed company records throughout the region for local distrib 20th Century Fox. The biblical saga also opened…