The "Terminator" ran amok in Europe over the weekend while Disney's "Pirates" cut Universal's "Hulk" down to size in Japan.
Universal's "American Wedding" rang box office bells in its opening weekend, chiming in with an estimated $34.3 million to lead a solid, if not spectacular, frame.
"The folks who haven't gone off on holiday and are still in town obviously have better things to do than go to the movies," griped one German exhib last week, summing up the sleepy summer season in…
Stereotypes aside, even the French can have a boring time in bed -- if the number of couples flocking to see Didier Bourdon's "Seven Years of Marriage" is any gauge.
It's a hot summer at the Japanese box office. For the first time in years, Hollywood pictures crowding Japan's limited number of screens during this all-important season have to cope with some…
With their country's battered economy recovering, Argentines are swarming back to the theater for Hollywood blockbusters and a local "Popstars" spinoff. Ticket sales were up 11% two weekends ago, the…
THIRD TIME’S A YARN Comedic third installments are rare and their bows even less boffo, last summer’s "Austin Powers in Goldmember" being the exception. "American Wedding" unspools today…
With the summer season entering its home stretch, an oddball pair of hard-to-define R-rated comedies seek to strike sparks at the box office this weekend.
European cinema admissions topped one billion for the second successive year in 2002, 6.5 million up on the previous year, according to a report released on Monday.
Arnold Schwarzenegger and Angelina Jolie were the hot tickets last weekend as "Terminator 3: Rise of the Machines" blasted off in South Korea, parts of Europe and, less potently, in Mexico…