The Dark Knight though with a long way to go when its earning at the box office are compared to that of the last Batman is still doing good at the box office. For the 3rd consecutive week, the movie has stayed on the top spot of the box office despite threats from new new movies.
The final installment in Christopher Nolans Batman Trilogy, The Dark Knight Rises opened in cinemas on the 20th of July without competition in form of a new movie being released that same date and it simply took the top spot at the box office earning about $160.8million.
In its second week of release, the movie yet again remained at the top of the box office earners chart with $62,101,451 after newcomers The Watch (Ben Still and Vince Vaughn) and Step Up Revolution earned a measly sum of about $12.7million and $11.7million respectively.
This weekend which makes it the 3rd week of release for The Dark Knight Rises, the movie yet again remains at the top of the box office with an estimated sum of $36.4million after the sci-fi action remake of Total Recall starring Colin Farrell, Jessica Biel and Kate Beckinsale opened at cinemas earning just $26million and the other newbie Diary Of A Wimpy Kid: Dog Days raked in just $14.7million in their first week of release.