Already, there's talk of whether "The Dark Knight" can sink "Titanic" and become the top-grossing film of all time in North America.
Local hit "The Good the Bad the Weird" succeeded in holding on to the No. 1 ranking at the Korean box office last weekend.
Local hit "The Good, The Bad, The Weird" succeeded in holding on to the No. 1 ranking at the Korean box office last weekend.
Three new releases peppered the Hong Kong weekend box office, but they failed to pierce the body armor of "The Dark Knight."
Box office sensation "The Dark Knight" opened whammo at London's BFI Imax, banking $220,000 in its first four days. Opening weekend result was bigger than any other Imax site worldwide.
The U.K. box office biz enjoyed its best weekend so far this year, thanks largely to the arrival of caped crusader "The Dark Knight."
The fitful specialty film biz tried to pick up the pace over the weekend as several high-profile titles opened.
"The Dark Knight" dominated the international box office with $65.6 million at 7,143 playdates in 43 markets.
Warner Bros.' "The Dark Knight" continued its record-breaking crusade over the weekend, grossing an estimated $75.6 million from 4,366 theaters at the domestic box office.
Warner Bros.' "The Dark Knight" continued to dominate the box office in its second Friday, taking in $23.1 million from 4,366 theaters and propelling its domestic cume toward $300 million.
Domestic Film DAILY
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