Warners Bros. and Batman had one more surprise in their utility belt on Monday: Turns out the studio actually underestimated its grosses for "The Dark Knight" over the weekend.
Kimchee Western "The Good the Bad the Weird" dominated local theaters on its first weekend after opening Thursday on 700 screens.
The box office Batfrenzy swooped into international markets as "The Dark Knight" launched brightly with $40 million at 4,500 playdates in only 20 territories.
Warner Bros. and Legendary Pictures' "The Dark Knight" rocketed the Batman film franchise into the superhero stratosphere as it nabbed the highest weekend opening ever in grossing an official $158.3…
Warner Bros.' Batman sequel "The Dark Knight" grossed $155.3 million in its opening to become the top opener of all time for a three-day weekend, besting "Spider-Man 3," which debuted to $151.1…
Forget all the rules about the foreign box office -- beginning with the adage that American musicals don't play overseas.
Warner Bros.' "The Dark Knight" grossed the most ever for midnight shows, racking up an estimated $18.5 million. The follow-up to 2005's "Batman Begins" outstripped the previous midnight record set…
Warner Bros.' "The Dark Knight" is poised to enter the record books as it opens today -- and the weekend has a shot at being the best on record in overall grosses on the strength of the Batman sequel…
Hollywood blockbusters dominated the European box office over the weekend as "Mama Mia!" and "Kung Fu Panda" opened huge in the U.K. and Spain, while "Hancock" and "Wanted" continued to enjoy strong…
Universal's "Mamma Mia!" came out singing overseas ahead of its domestic launch, dominating in English-speaking markets with $24 million on just 1,368 screens in a dozen territories for a stunning…
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Frozen1Weekend: $31.6M Disney
Out of the Furnace
Out of the Furnace3Weekend: $5.3M Relativity Media