Yes ladies and gentlemen, we have a Chinese film at the top of the international box office. Journey to the West: Conquering the Demons had a phenomenal record opening over the Chinese New Year
What a crazy weekend that was with little over a million between the 5th installment in the Die Hard series and holdover Identity Thief. But in the end John McClane pulled through (barely) to claim
The 5th installment in the venerable Die Hard series opened yesterday, on Valentine's Day, opposite Safe Haven and Beautiful Creatures. Of the two only Nicholas Sparks adapted Safe Haven has a shot at
R-rated comedy Identity Thief had the biggest opening of 2013 so far, $34.5 million, easily one of the top 10 highest debuts of all-time for its kind. In 2nd place Warm Bodies had a warm drop while
The R-rated spaghetti western from writer-director Quentin Tarantino is a genuine beast at the box office. After just 3 weeks in theaters (all on top) the international take of Django Unchained
Part romantic comedy, part zombie flick, Warm Bodies could not break out of its niche yet even so, there was nothing even remotely close on top. Hansel and Gretel had a very solid 2nd weekend while
Django Freeman's revenge tale was once again on top of the international box office. Thanks to a monster opening in China, Skyfall moved up to 2nd while Hansel & Gretel came in 3rd.
Paramount's R-rated Hansel and Gretel: Witch Hunters took the #1 spot at the box office on the last weekend of January without much trouble. The other two new wide released flicks, both also R-rated,
Who said westerns are dead, cause it sure doesn't seem so when looking at the $49.3 million generated by Django Unchained this past weekend around the world. Meanwhile Life of Pi hit $500 million
Ang Lee's 3D adventure has turned into quite a hit around the world, by far the biggest of his career actually. This also happens to be the 2nd weekend Life of Pi finished on top, no easy task against
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