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…
Prospects for overseas box office may not be extraordinary for "The League of Extraordinary Gentlemen," but they certainly seem more than respectable after the superhero epic ended the seven-week…
A fireworks display and party hosted by Warner Bros. France did little to dispel unease among Gallic exhibitors at their annual confab in the seaside resort of Deauville, which wrapped Oct. 2. Warner…
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TOUGH LOVE Mass auds have failed to fall in love with romantic comedies in October. However, Universal is hoping the pairing of George Clooney and Catherine Zeta-Jones in "Intolerable Cruelty"…
A crush of big new pics could bloody box office combatants over this Columbus Day weekend, so it's appropriate one of the wide openers is Quentin Tarantino's chopsocky bloodfest "Kill Bill Vol. 1."
The Victorian superheroes of "The League of Extraordinary Gentlemen" ended the seven-week foreign box office reign of "Pirates of the Caribbean: The Curse of the Black Pearl" with a solid $14.6…
After seven consecutive victories by "Pirates of the Caribbean: The Curse of the Black Pearl," the international weekend box office became a horse race with "Pirates," "League of Extraordinary…
The prequel to cop thriller "Infernal Affairs" broke box office records with an opening-day gross of $506,212 on the Oct. 1 holiday.
Paramount's musical laffer "School of Rock" rolled to No. 1 this weekend, power-chording its way to an estimated $20.2 million in opening box office. MGM's Denzel Washington starrer "Out of Time"…
The B.O. battleground was littered with corpses last week as U.K. auds shunned the misbegotten "Gigli," "Matchstick Men" and Aussie outlaw tale "Ned Kelly"; the French said non to "Legally Blonde 2"…
Hollywood took a back seat to local and Asian fare this summer in Japan, which could lead to big changes in the industry.