The Dark Knight Rises still holds the number one spot and setting a record as one of the top all time grossing films with $367 M. right below Passion of the Christ which is the #1 all time grossing films. Total Recall came in at #2 earning ($2 M) and Diary of a Wimpy Kid came in at #3 earning ($23 M). Let’s see how Total Recall and Diary of a Wimpy Kid measured up and if they are worth the money!
The Dark Knight Rises still holds the number one spot grossing $288 M. Our LIH family continue to extend our thoughts and prayers to all those affected by the Colorado shooting who became superheroes in their own right that night. Ice Age again at #2 ($115 M) with The Watch at #3 ($13 M). Let’s see how The Watch did and if it was worth the money!
The Dark Knight Rises brought Christopher Nolan/Batman fans back to the theater giving it a solid number one spot grossing $160.9M. Our LIH family continue to extend our appreciation to all those affected by the Colorado shooting who became superheroes in their own right that night. Ice Age slipped to #2 ($20.4M) with The Amazing Spider-Man in #3 ($10.9M). Let’s see how TDKR did and if it was worth the money!
As the country continues to mourn, heal and pray for the fallen citizens of Aurora, Colorado after Friday’s midnight massacre, which caused moviegoers to think twice about America’s favorite pastime. In this article we will look into how audiences are conquering their fear of going to the movies.
In light of the tragic event, where 12 moviegoers were killed and 50 wounded after a gunmen opened fire during a midnight showing of The Dark Knight Rises in Aurora, Colorado on Friday, July 20th, 2012. LinkedinHollywood wanted to pay special tribute and pray for all the victims who attended the film in Aurora on Friday. This special edition will cover Christopher Nolan and Michael Moore’s response to the tragedy. Plus we will look into how movie theaters are increasing security around the country.
- CHRISTOPHER NOLAN: MESSAGE TO AURORA
- MICHAEL MOORE: STATEMENT ABOUT AURORA SHOOTING
- HOW MOVIE THEATERS ARE INCREASING SECURITY