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Batman's joust with the Joker has set another box office record. Stoked by fan fever over the manic performance of the late Heath Ledger as the Joker, "The Dark Knight" set a one-day box office record with $66.4 million on opening day, Warner Bros.
Batman's joust with the Joker has set another box office record.
By Glenn Whipp It was a busy night for "The Dark Knight" on Thursday as the highly anticipated Batman sequel broke box-office records with its midnight showings.
By Jerry Berrios HOLLYWOOD - Andrew Doss is out of a job because of Batman.
By FIONA YOUNG THE new Batman movie has shattered US box office records. Warner Brothers say the The Dark Knight has set a 24-hour record after raking in pounds 33.2million on its opening day. The till receipts outstrip the previous record of pounds 30million set last year by Spider-Man 3.
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By Sharon K. Wolfe, The Pantagraph, Bloomington, Ill. Jul. 19--BLOOMINGTON -- It was a dark night for hundreds of fans of Batman and other films Friday because of a west Bloomington power failure that hit the Galaxy 14 Cine movie theater.
By David Hiltbrand and Dan Lieberman, The Philadelphia Inquirer Jul. 19--The Bat signal has been burning brightly in the night sky. At 56 area theaters, fans, many in costume, eagerly queued up yesterday morning at 12:01 to be the first to see The Dark Knight, the explosive new Batman movie.
By Carla Meyer, The Sacramento Bee, Calif. Jul. 18--To answer your first question: Heath Ledger's performance as The Joker in "The Dark Knight" is something to behold, electrifying and terrifying in its ingenuity.
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