Germans love The Hangover III, the Japanese love The Lone Ranger, Serbians didn't care for Iron Man 3, and much more.
The Spanish-language film held steady this week in third place.
Blue Jasmine and Fruitvale Station are going like gangbusters, but why didn't you see Crystal Fairy?
The Heat couldn't be beat, but The Hangover Part III suffered from diminishing returns.
Expect even fewer original films after would-be blockbusters like White House Down, After Earth, and Elysium underperformed.
Which blockbusters are pitted against each other ... and which should move?
At least it opened before this weekend's Oz movie. That's the only positive we can find here.
While Snitch fizzled, Oscar nominees Argo and Silver Linings Playbook were still hanging in there.
The latest John McClane explodo-installment is all about the international markets.
Does this mean Melissa McCarthy is a "movie star" or not?
Also, Best Picture nominees keep chugging along.
The David O. Russell film appears to be finding its feet, while Bigelow's thriller is trending downward.
What about that Jessica Chastain, huh?
Except for Django.
And Django is likely to become the highest-grossing Tarantino film next weekend.
The industry saw its biggest single increase in admissions in a decade.
Not that $85 million isn't a boatload.
It and Lincoln have lured in a very important — and long-tailed — older audience.
With no new major studio releases, three Thanksgiving leftovers took the top spots.
It was a stellar box-office weekend.
$87 million. In one weekend.
Still, Flight had a good weekend.
And let's not even talk about Chasing Mavericks.
So what if it’s on track to be the lowest-grossing film of the franchise so far?