Those fistfuls of Oscars for "Chicago" and the actress gong for "The Hours" are sure to give both a bounce overseas, although it's debatable how much the awards will help the latter broaden its…
Saturation TV coverage of the Iraq war had a negligible effect on cinema going overseas over the weekend as one London-based distrib opined that warm, sunny spring weather in the U.K. and Europe had…
American films accounted for 71.2% of admissions in the European Union in 2002, rebounding from a relatively weak 65.2% a year earlier.
For a second straight frame, Hollywood stormed domestic theaters with a phalanx of wobbly new titles that crix and moviegoers promptly shot down. Disney laffer "Bringing Down the House" remained…
As the world braced for war, U.S. distribs were sticking to their release plans overseas but understandably feeling antsy about the duration of the battle and its impact on cinemagoing.
THE SPOILS OF WAR The weekend B.O. in early 1991 was unfazed by the Gulf War, experiencing gains against the same January and February frames in 1990. Two films bowed during the Gulf War that…
With due respect to J Lopez, when "Maid in Manhattan" ranks as the weekend's B.O. queen, it's a sure sign that biz is off-key.
Three new pics couldn't bring down Disney feel-gooder "Bringing Down the House," which again topped the weekend box office in just the second repeat win this year.
BANKING ON THE KIDS Even though many schools won’t be out for spring break until late April, MGM is expecting moppets to line up for "Agent Cody Banks" in a fashion similar to the late-March…
Some 860 million euros ($948 million) was spent making 200 French films in 2002, four down on the previous year, the Centre National de la Cinematographie (CNC) said Tuesday.
In these worrying times, audiences around the world are thirsting for light, escapist fare, and last weekend they were sated by "Maid in Manhattan," "Die Another Day," "Lilo & Stitch," "Daredevil"…