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The Dark Knight: Up to Setting Records

Posted by Kokolicious on July 25th, 2008

The Dark Knight is all set to break all previous records as it has done more than $200 Million in just five days breaking the record set by Pirates of the Caribbean: Dead Man’s Chest, which took eight days to achieve that in 2006. As per the tracking of Box Office Mojo, the predecessor Batman Begins finished its four month screening with $205.3 million in the domestic market. Both films were directed by English filmmaker Christopher Nolan and starred by Christian Bale as Batman.

Moreover, the Batman sequel The Dark Knights has grossed more than its predecessor Batman Begins did in its entire run, within 6 days of its release in North America. The Time Warner Inc – Owned Studio is estimating the film to exceed $400 millions from the entire domestic sales, which will make The Dark Knight the first movie to reach that mark since 2006 Pirates of the Caribbean movie.As the movie has been released in Europe on Monday, it is getting good news from there also. The Dark Knight is yet to be released in other parts of world and the film is bound to do a whopping business all over the world.

The movie was already in the highlights for its most advanced gadgets and impressive role of villain, a joker played by late Heath Ledger, who died in January after an accidental overdose of prescription pills. However, the movie is expected to set a history and is predicted to be the biggest hit of the year.

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