It was "Men in Black" to the rescue of the ailing foreign business last weekend, as Barry Sonnenfeld's sci-fi comedy bagged $20 million from socko bows in five territories --- including an all-time…
The summer B.O. fires burned a little less brightly in some markets last week due to a shortage of new releases, while holdovers "The Lost World: Jurassic Park" and "Con Air" kept smokin'.
The foreign B.O. came off the boil a bit last weekend due to a scarcity of strong U.S. entries in major markets, but "The Lost World: Jurassic Park" continued to sizzle in Japan and the U.K., and…
It's the salad days of summer abroad as the season looks fairly certain to propel "The Lost World: Jurassic Park," "Batman & Robin" and "Con Air" to higher altitudes than their domestic results.
In a sizzling weekend frame at the overseas B.O., dinosaurs conquered the U.K., Sony's merry men in black blitzed Taiwan and Argentina, and Batman and his sidekick continued on a tear.
Evil beasts in "The Lost World: Jurassic Park" and "Men in Black" had the time of their lives last week at the overseas box office, especially in Asia, Latin America and South Africa. Only the…
The summer season, now at the midway point, is shaping up more potently abroad than domestically, as continued multiplexing and better-spaced release skeds are enabling the big U.S. films to realize…
In a torrid weekend for U.S. actioners overseas, UIP's "The Lost World: Jurassic Park" stole the show to join the blockbuster club at the foreign box office with a 19-territory Latin American and Far…
Batman & Arnold are proving an irresistible force overseas as "Batman & Robin" notched socko openings in five markets and held very well in a raft of other territories over the weekend --- far better…
Keeping a respectful distance from each other, "Batman & Robin" and "The Lost World: Jurassic Park" invaded foreign lands with scintillating results over the weekend.
The summer B.O. thermometer overseas went from warm to hot last week, spurred by "The Lost World: Jurassic Park," "Con Air" and "Volcano," plus a beefy foreign preem by "Hercules."