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‘Unknown’ Helps French Cinema Have an Identity Abroad in 2011

French films take bon voyage abroad with $519 million in ticket sales.

Venice Film Festival Day 8: Focus Turns to Artistic Director’s Unknown Fate

As the festival begins to wind down, many wonder if Marco Mueller will return for another mandate.

‘The King’s Speech,’ ‘In a Better World,’ ‘Unknown’ Compete for European People’s Choice Award

Previous winners of the European Film Academy's audience honor include "Slumdog Millionaire," "Volver" and "Amelie."

Beekhuyzen Replaces Verbeek on War Drama ‘Suskind’

'The Borgias' Actress bows out due to ill health.

Poland’s Alvernia Studios Backs ‘Arbitrage’

Legal thriller stars Tim Roth, Richard Gere and Susan Sarandon.

‘Gnomeo’ Makes Gains on ‘Unknown’ at President’s Day Weekend Box Office

Disney's 3D animated feature grossed more than expected to come within $40,000 of the Liam Neeson thriller.

Five Reasons Why Liam Neeson Is on Top of the Box Office

The actor's latest action thriller, "Unknown," took in $25.6 million during its opening weekend.

‘Unknown’ Tops Sluggish Holiday Weekend Box Office With $25.6 Million

Holdover "Gnomeo & Juliet" nabs $24.8 million and trumps third-place newcomer "I Am Number Four" while "Big Mommas" debuts at No. 5 with $19 million.

‘Unknown’ Bests ‘I Am Number Four’ on Sluggish Holiday Weekend to Take No. 1 With $21.8 Mil

DreamWorks and Touchstone's teen sci-fi adventure lands at No. 2 with softer-than-expected $19.5 million as newcomer 'Big Mommas' opens in fifth place.

‘Unknown’ Edges ‘Number Four’ for No. 1 Spot at Friday Box Office

The weekend box office crown is still up for grabs as the Liam Neeson thriller and the sci-fi adventure are only $500,000 apart in estimated grosses.

Friday Box Office: ‘Unknown,’ ‘I Am Number Four’ in Surprisingly Tight Race

The two films are neck-and-neck; ‘Just Go With It’ finishes its second Friday at around $5 million.

‘I Am Number Four,’ ‘Unknown’ Go Neck-and-Neck at Friday Box Office

Box office observers give "Number Four" an edge, but other acknowledge that "Unknown" is already doing better than expected.