David Hoberman's Mandeville Films has joined MikkelBondesen's Fuse Entertainment in remaking the Danish romantic comedy OhHappy Day.
Having OliverStone in town to promote Alexander didn't give the epic enough leverageto stay on top of the Swedish box-office chart, and it dropped heavily to thirdbehind Bridget Jones: The Edge Of Reason and The Incredibles.The romanticcomedy retained a solid $4,832 screen average from its high 80 prints, but thisweek's ...
It isn't the most attractive picture that writer-director Reeves paints of theisolated oyster farmers of New South Wales- but this hard-drinking,male-dominated world is still not far enough from the world of CrocodileDundee to really offer something new to audiences' generalised depiction ofAustralia.
The Incredibles only had one weekat the top of the Danish box-office before BridgetJones: The Edge Of Reason came and out grossed it with its DKK 2.58mopening from 65 prints - Working Title's biggest and Universal's third biggestever opening behind Van Helsing and Jurassic Park: The Lost World.However,though Pixar's animated ...
Like thepopular preview screenings of TheIncredibles indicated on the chart last week, the Finns were ready towelcome the superfamily to the top of the box-office, where it grossed a strongEuro 216,922 over the weekend.It had aEuro 3,740 screen average from its 58 prints, and did not leave much room forthe ...