THE DARK KNIGHT continues to break U.S. box-office records, earning $26 million
(#13million) in its fourth week of release.
The Batman Begins sequel has now earned over $441.5 million (#220.75million)
in America alone – making it the third top-grossing film of all time.
In its first week at the box-office, Seth Rogen and James Franco’s Pineapple
Express came in at number two, taking in $22.4 million (#11.2million).
Falling from second place to number three is Brendan Fraser adventure film
The Mummy: Tomb of the Dragon Emperor with $16.1 million (#8.05million).
Rounding out the top five is newcomer The Sisterhood of the Traveling Pants
2, bringing in nearly $10.8 (#5.4million) at number four, and Will Ferrell’s
new comedy with John C. Reilly, Step Brothers, at number five – which took in
an additional $8.9 million (#4.45million) in its third week of release.
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