Mel Gibson's "The Passion of the Christ" has pulled off a three-peat atop the weekend box office, grossing an estimated $31.7 million to boost its domestic cume to $264 million.
"The Passion of the Christ" seems set to not only replicate its Stateside success in the Middle East but to rewrite the rules of local exhibition.
Biz drifted on a sea of mediocrity in most of the major markets last week, despite a raft of openers and healthy post-Oscar bumps for "The Return of the King," "Mystic River" and "Lost in…
HOLY HOLDOVER Should "The Passion of the Christ" hold onto the top spot at the B.O. for the third weekend in a row, it will join a small group of early-year releases to do so in the past 10…
Canuck moviegoers are less passionate about "The Passion of the Christ" than movie fans south of the Canadian border.
No title cracked $10 million overseas last weekend for the first time this year but there were handy contributions from openers "Along Came Polly," "Brother Bear," "Kill Bill Vol. 1," "Scary Movie 3…
Studios love the bragging rights that come with opening films at No. 1 in key foreign markets, so most had something to crow about over the weekend as "Along Came Polly," "Brother Bear," "Kill Bill…
Mel Gibson's religious phenom "The Passion of the Christ," distribbed by Newmarket, marked a formidable second weekend, with an estimated $51.4 million repping a modest 39% decline from the previous…
The German B.O. snapped out of a prolonged slump last week as folks clamored to see "Scary Movie 3" -- and more discerning patrons sought out "21 Grams," boosting the territory's biz by 40%.
With multiplexes helping to drive the Indian box office, it's no wonder the battle to build them is heating up.
Thailand's movie fans now have a plush new place to see films -- but the luxury comes at a price.