Sony divided and conquered much of the world outside North America over the weekend with the potent combo of "Terminator 3: Rise of the Machines" and "Charlie's Angels 2: Full Throttle."
Disney's "Pirates" made off with double the box office booty of 20th Century Fox's "Gentlemen," as the family-targeted swashbuckler captured the weekend flag with an estimated $46.4 million.
The U.S. box office might be lagging behind last year, but collectively the Hollywood companies are setting a crackling pace overseas.
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Two pricey tentpoles go after overlapping auds this weekend as a lumbering summer box office hits the home stretch.
During the first six months of 2003, cinema admissions in Norway gained 8% to 6.4 million, and gross box office receipts rose 15% to $58 million, according to statistics published Wednesday by Film…
Germany's box office revenue slumped 12.2% in the first half of the year to 399 million euros ($452 million) despite local megahit "Good Bye, Lenin!," which netted $40 million.
French box office figures for last month slumped 21% compared with June 2002.
French box office figures for last month slumped 21% compared with June 2002 while ticket sales for the first half of 2003 were down 9.3%, according to figures published Tuesday.
The July B.O. is jumping in most markets as U.S. tentpoles resonate strongly, given more room to breathe than at home.