"Spider-Man" spread his web into Japan and South Africa this weekend to great effect, while some of last weekend's boffo preems through Asia held strong.
Peter Parker picked a pair of winning weekends. Sony's "Spider-Man," the comix-adaptation about a young man and his amazing webbed feats, wowed once again with an estimated $72 million soph sesh…
Weaving a screenplay out of "Spider-Man's" torturous development arc and shepherding the comicbook adaptation to its historic $114.8 million bow created a veritable web of intrigue. And no single…
SOPH-ENING THE BLOW According to recent laws of B.O. gravity, what goes up must come down at least 50%. The best sophomore holds occur over holiday weekends. Even so, "Spider-Man" could fall…
Industryites will be watching this weekend to see how sticky "Spider-Man" has spun his box office web.
Now that's amazing, "Spider-Man." Sony's web-slinging superhero finally leaped from comic-book pages to the silver screen this weekend, and the result was a mega-boffo bow that broke the all-time…
HOLDING OUT FOR A HERO Sony’s "Spider-Man" will try to become the highest superhero pic opener, bringing more diversity to a B.O. list that has long been dominated by "Batman" pics. Top…
Oh, the web of intrigue. So high are expectations for Sony's weekend bow of "Spider-Man," it's considered a foregone conclusion the comic-inspired actioner will easily break the $68.1 million frame…
Here's a man-bites-dog news morsel: Several pics -- including the top dog in weekend box office -- actually did better than initially estimated.
In a middling frame last weekend, the Brits turned out to see the Hugh Grant caper "About a Boy," Latins embraced "The Scorpion King" with more fervor than Europeans, a fair number of Italians…