Blondes and redheads shared the fun and B.O. spoils over the weekend as "Legally Blonde" went to the top of the class in Australia and "Moulin Rouge" had full-throated debuts in Spain and three…
Warner Bros.' rogue-cop drama "Training Day" put a choke-hold on box office competish for a second straight weekend, as MGM claimed that the nation's most recent news scare pinched opening grosses…
LEANER LEVINSON Grosses for Barry Levinson-helmed pics have declined steadily since his 1980s peak of "Good Morning, Vietnam" and "Rain Man." This weekend he returns with MGM’s "Bandits," his…
The foreign B.O. was hardly a model of consistency at the weekend as a slew of new titles zigzagged their way around the world.
Many would-be moviegoers stayed home to watch coverage of the U.S bombing of Afghanistan on TV, it seems.
Baz Luhrmann's evocation of life at a fin de siecle Parisian landmark struck a chord with Gallic auds over the weekend as "Moulin Rouge" bowed in the top spot in France.
Audiences overseas caught a healthy dose of sequelitis last week, as "American Pie 2" was piping hot in German-speaking markets and South Africa, "Rush Hour 2" burned rubber Down Under and "Scary…
Denzel Washington as rogue L.A. cop proved a bulletproof combo as Warner Bros.' "Training Day" gunned down box office competish with an estimated $24.2 million bow this weekend.
WEEKEND BOX OFFICE PREVIEW Total receipts are expected to clear $6 billion this weekend- a month ahead of 1999’s heady pace. SPEEDY RACE 2001 279 DAYS* 1999 308 DAYS…
Teutonic auds feasted on "American Pie 2" as the sequel chomped a tasty projected $8 million at 900 bakeries during its Thursday-Sunday debut for an impressive 58% of the overall market.
There sure was a "Rush Hour" in Japan last week, though the B.O. engines in many other markets remained stuck in low gear. Six major titles launched in Japan, aiming to take advantage of the Sept…