New York, July 23 (FinanceEnquiry.com) – The final Batman film, ‘The Dark Night Rises’, raked in an estimated $160 million (£100 million) over the weekend.
Even the midnight massacre tragedy could not stop Batman lovers from watching the last Batman film. Christopher Nolan’s movie has been ranked as the third biggest opening in the US box-office history behind ‘The Avengers and Harry Potter and the Deathly Hallows: Part 2′. At the premiere of the movie, 12 people were killed 59 injured when gunman James Holmes opened fire in a packed Aurora movie theatre. It was feared that it will stop the fans from hitting the cinemas.
According to pre-release audience survey, it movie is expected to collect up to $200 million (£125 million) at the box office.
Post firing tragedy, red carpet premiere of the movie has been canceled in Mexico City as well as Tokyo by Warner Bros.
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