This year's glut of animated films made for some nasty B.O. jostling, as pics from stalwarts Pixar and DreamWorks slugged it out with a raft of hopefuls from other studios and animation upstarts.
If school teachers want free copies of "An Inconvenient Truth" to show students, producers have 50,000 DVDs they're eager to give away.
The Splat Packers are tapping into Carl Jung's concept of the collective unconscious, providing a healthy outlet for people's fears and dreams, according to Sheldon Roth, a psychoanalyst and…
French films about love usually end with the couple splitting up. But this holiday season, taking their inspiration from more optimistic American fare, a trio of feel-good Gallic romantic comedies…
In a tiny, rented-out editing room tucked away in Building 9 on the Warner Bros. lot, director Eli Roth is bouncing off the walls. He's just learned that the MPAA ratings board has approved a…
Most Italian bizzers are jazzed that native son Gabriele Muccino's "The Pursuit of Happyness" is in the spotlight in the U.S.
Fox's "Eragon" may have topped the charts and displaced James Bond at the international wickets over the latest frame, but perhaps the most intriguing local overseas B.O. story was in Japan, where…
After several rounds of internal meetings and endless frustration, the Tourism Authority of Thailand has decided to postpone the Bangkok International Film Festival from late January to July 2007…
The ballots are on the way.
The Dutch box office staged a modest recovery this year, due in part to the performance of Paul Verhoeven's homecoming pic "Black Book," after an 11.2% drop in overall admissions in 2005.
The Italian box office in 2006 was a tale of two seasons.