Sigourney Weaver and Kate Bosworth starrer "The Girl in the Park" is one of the first two films to be partially bankrolled by Singapore's new $50 million loan guarantee facility.
"The Queen" has some nice legs. Miramax's drama, directed by Stephen Frears, took in $2.8 million over the three-day holiday frame and $3.5 million over five, lifting its cume to almost $21 million.
The penguins are powerful. Warner Bros.' "Happy Feet" crossed the $100 million mark after just two weeks in release, dancing to a five-day Thanksgiving take of $51.5 million. Three-day perf of $37.9…
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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%
FILMBreakfast on Pluto (Ireland/U.K.), dir. Neil Jordan; prod. Parallel Film Productions Ltd./Number 9 FilmsGrbavica (Austria/Bosnia-Herzegovina/Germany/Croatia), dir. Jasmila Zbanic; prod. Coop99…
Roland Emmerich makes massive Hollywood blockbusters, but it was a modest German coming-out story called "Summer Storm," produced by two of Emmerich's friends, that impressed the "Day After Tomorrow"…
In his home country of Denmark, Mads Mikkelsen is big. George Clooney big. He's been voted "sexiest man in the world," won the Danish equivalent of an Oscar and is the one star who consistently packs…
Hailing from a long line of filmmakers stretching back to the early days of the medium, producer Jeremy Thomas thinks of cinema as a "family business" (his father, Ralph, was a key helmer on the…
At 73, Roman Polanski, once the pre-eminent enfant terrible of world cinema, has reached the sort of respectable age where lifetime achievement awards start to line up like dominoes. After he was…
His new pic, "Rokonok," may not have found a U.S. distributor yet, but Istvan Szabo is in no mood to complain. After 14 years of making pictures in English, Szabo -- the only Magyar director ever to…
Europe is an intricate patchwork of histories, cultures and languages constantly threatening to burst at the seams. Consequently, the European film biz must cater to a much more fragmented and…