Dark Knight Breaks $300 Million Record

The BATMAN BEGINS sequel THE DARK KNIGHT has set another record at the box office by becoming the first film to pass the $300 million in just 10 days.

The film became the first movie to hit the $200 million mark in five days after breaking all opening-weekend box office records last week (20Jul08).

Thanks to a staggering $75.6 million second weekend take, the Batman film has racked up over $314 million since its release in America 10 days ago.

It took previous record holder Pirates of the Caribbean: Dead Man’s Chest 16 days to pass the $300 million mark in 2006.

Meanwhile, Will Ferrell’s new comedy Step Brothers opened big in second place with a $30 million opening weekend take and ABBA movie musical Mamma Mia! slipped to third with $17.9 million.

The new X-Files film, The X-Files: I Want To Believe, was a disappointment in its first weekend on release – it took in just $10.2 million.


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