In its world preem in the U.K. over the weekend, "Captain Corelli's Mandolin" was relegated to playing second fiddle to the fourth stanza of local phenom "Bridget Jones's Diary," while most major…
For most major markets, April ended up pretty much as it began: in a trough, marking an unwelcome hiatus for exhibs before "The Mummy Returns" and "Pearl Harbor" start rolling out overseas later this…
Fans of Julia Roberts and Brad Pitt turned out in force for "The Mexican" in Australia but in lesser numbers in the U.K. over the weekend, while "Along Came a Spider" spun an underwhelming offshore…
Domestic Film DAILY
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The Equalizer1Daily:$3.6M Cumulative:$40.7M Sony / Columbia 22.26%
The Maze Runner
The Maze Runner2Daily:$1.3M Cumulative:$60.2M Fox 29.30%
The Boxtrolls3Daily:$862,914 Cumulative:$18.9M Focus 17.65%
Amid generally listless spring trading, "The Mexican" debuted at No. 1 in Japan and Italy, and "Miss Congeniality" wowed Mexico and Sweden over weekend, while no freshmen could challenge the…
"Bridget Jones's Diary" had a socko soph session in its native U.K. and "Miss Congeniality" won plaudits in Mexico over the weekend while other major markets were marking time, awaiting the late…
A socko bow by "Bridget Jones's Diary" in its native U.K. and a jaunty world preem by "Crocodile Dundee in Los Angeles" in Australia provided a couple of memorable moments in an otherwise quiet frame…
"Hannibal" had a killer preem in Japan last weekend while "Traffic" registered effectively in Germany and "Miss Congeniality" continued its winning ways in a generally lackluster frame in Europe.
Sandra Bullock's star power in "Miss Congeniality" brightened the weekend in four offshore markets where pickings were otherwise slim. The Warner/Roadshow pic charmed auds as it launched in Germany…
Lesson No. 1 from last week's mixed-bag B.O. frame: German audiences don't want to revisit World War II -- at least not as it's evoked in "Enemy at the Gates," Jean-Jacques Annaud's epic which has…
While Hollywood celebrated the art and craft of cinema, the studios gave folks overseas scant reason to go to the movies over the weekend.