American tourists visiting Europe this summer ought to feel right at home when they gaze at cinema marquees. Theater districts in many cities could look like Main Street USA.
The start of the Easter vacation gave European cinemas a small boost last week as "The Jungle Book" won millions of new admirers and "Forever Young" and "Accidental Hero" (released in the U.S. as…
Audiences overseas can be as partial as Americans to lush, old-fashioned romances, so it's no surprise that "Sommersby" and "Forever Young" started strong in their first major engagements.but is…
Warner Bros. topped the 1992 list of foreign film distribs here for the second year in a row. WB was powered by hits such as "JFK" ($ 12.8 million), "Lethal Weapon 3" ($ 8 million) and Walt Disney's…
"Malcolm X" is on an erratic course overseas. It is on target in the United Kingdom and Japan, in the ballpark in France and Australia, but way down in Italy and Germany.
Spurred on by strong international box office, Columbia Pictures saw both "Bram Stoker's Dracula" and "A Few Good Men" surpass $ 200 million in worldwide revenues over the past weekend. In foreign…
Jean-Marie Poire's "Les Visiteurs" (Gaumont/BVI) has captured the No. 1 spot in France for the last five weeks and could soon join the elite club of Gallic pix that have exceeded 1 million admissions…
There was no hint of a stumble as Warner Bros' "Falling Down" ascended to the top of the movie-going charts in its debut weekend.
Kevin Costner, with help from Whitney Houston, has toppled Paul Hogan from the Aussie B.O. pedestal of highest opening week: "The Bodyguard," playing 127 screens, amassed a mammoth $ A4.36 million ($…
Warner Bros.' "The Bodyguard" biffed the box office in Oz last weekend, with a 123-screen record opening of $ A2,817,383 ($ 1,906,805).
Propelled by a socko start in Germany, "The Bodyguard" stormed overseas last week past a $ 100 million gross, while "Bram Stoker's Dracula" had an awesome opening in France.