A local comedy knocked "Harry Potter" off its perch in Italy, but otherwise the wiz and the James Bond juggernaut continued to dominate the overseas B.O. last weekend.
The "Harry Potter" and James Bond blockbusters are the two towers dominating overseas wickets -- at least until that other pic with "Two Towers" in the title starts its global rollout in a few days.
Sony/Revolution's Jennifer Lopez-Ralph Fiennes romancer "Maid in Manhattan" topped weekend box office with an estimated $19 million bow, as Paramount opener "Star Trek Nemesis" went timidly where…
"Bad Company" went head-to-head with "The Bourne Identity" in Chinese cinemas last month. Guess who won?
The "Harry Potter" and James Bond juggernauts have boosted the December B.O. abroad way above the same month last year, while still leaving breathing room for a handful of rookies and older-skewing…
LATE PAYOFF FOR MISTLETOE MOVIES "Maid in Manhattan" is hoping to emulate the track record of other December romantic comedies, getting its payoff at the B.O. in the end rather than upfront…
A double dose of the boy wizard has rocketed Warner Bros. past Sony into pole position at the overseas B.O. -- and it looks sure to take line honors for 2002.
'Tis the season to be jolly overseas as the "Harry Potter" and James Bond blockbusters continued on their merry way, joined last weekend by impressive debutantes "Minority Report," "The Ring," "Ghost…
The "Harry Potter" and James Bond juggernauts earned vast sums overseas at the weekend, but they weren't the only sizable money-makers.
James Bond took his own advice this weekend, as MGM 007 actioner "Die Another Day" delayed its demise atop the box office rankings with a third straight No. 1 perf.