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From Warner Bros. and Legendary Pictures, the superhero tentpole has now grossed $431.2 million domestically and an estimated $574 million internationally for a total $1.005 billion through Sunday.
That’s slightly ahead of The Dark Knight, which topped out at $1.003 billion worldwide in 2008.
The big difference — Dark Knight Rises has done more business overseas, and less domestically, than Dark Knight, which grossed $533 million in North America and $469.7 million internationally.
Many believe that Dark Knight Rises has left some money on the table in the U.S. because of the Aurora theater shootings during a midnight screening of the film on July 20.
Nevertheless, the movie is enormously successful and becomes only the 13th film in history to reach $1 billion, two of which (James Cameron‘s Titanic and Avatar) have surpassed $2 billion.
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