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Some studios agreeing to with whole box office figures on this weekend out of respect.
For the victims of the Colorado shooting that -- concerned that the tragedy may cause a decrease in sales for the Dark Knight rises.
Christopher Nolan is final installment of course of his Batman trilogy Fox Business is Denis Neill joining.
That's -- all the details deaths here any moment Warner Bros.
-- supposed to release the final final numbers but.
For now we'll just go with this you know that old saying the show must go on and so it is that the Dark Knight rises.
Went on to rake in more than a 160 million dollars at the box office over the weekend in the wake of the Colorado theaters shootings.
Now Warner Bros.
and the other major Hollywood studios and withhold those results all weekend for out of respect.
And Time Warner's film studio also -- premiere parties in Paris Mexico Japan.
Because of the tragedy and it's removing in re -- a trailer for a new film called gangster squad.
Which had a scene in which trench coated Tommy gun goods are firing from behind a theater screen into the audience.
So that opening weekend gross of 150 million dollars less than L-1 75 it'd seem likely.
Well below the record high of 207 million -- the avengers from Disney in its opening weekend.
But the Dark Knight rises did set a new record for a two.
And -- for taking in the most money part opening Friday and then an opening weekend and at thirty point six million took it in those midnight screenings on -- -- second highest ever.
After the eighth and final Harry Potter film.
But that first weekend tally for the Dark Knight will always carry a kind of asterisk.
-- tragedy were never gonna know.
Guys how much it might have spared had the Colorado shootings never happened back -- -- Dennis by.