Shinji Higuchi's two-part dark fantasy about teens battling human-eating giants, debuted atop the Japanese box office
A slew of new local film releases could do nothing to dislodge the record breaking trio of local movies at the top of the Chinese box office.
The Chinese box office sector enjoyed its biggest July of all time with a record $898 million (RMB5.49 billion) take.
The summer's big three movies kept a lock on China's box office with 'Monster Hunt' and 'Pancake Man' having a second weekend at the top.
Star-studded period action drama "Assassination" hit its target and achieved the highest scoring opening this year by a Korean film.
"Monster Hunt," the Chinese fantasy by 'Shrek' creator Raman Hui, has become the fastest Chinese movie to score RMB1 billion.
“Jurassic World” is now the third highest-grossing film in history, behind only “Titanic” and “Avatar.” The dinosaur thriller has racked up $1.52 billion, pushing it past “Marvel’s The Avengers” and…
Ticket prices hit a record high as summer movies like “Jurassic World” and “Avengers: Age of Ultron” packed in crowds at the multiplexes. Going to the movies in the U.S. cost an average of $8.61…
"Hero," the second film based on a popular Fuji TV drama series featuring a rule-bending public prosecutor played by Takuya Kimura, won the July 18-19 weekend at the Japanese box office.
"Inside Out" climbed to top position in the Korean box office with a week-on-week rise of 41%.
Chinese fantasy film "Monster Hunt" has broken China's opening day box office record