The Dark Knight Hits $400 Million in Record Time

The Dark Knight Hits $400 Million in Record Time

“The Dark Knight” has climbed past $400 million in just 18 days, hitting the mark faster than any film ever, according to The Hollywood Reporter

The film should pass the $403.7 million tally of “Spider-Man” today, which would move it up to seventh on the all-time box office charts.  It would also make the film the top-grossing comic-book adaptation of all time.

Below are last weekend’s box-office totals from Nielsen EDI as of Sunday, August 3rd, as well as a full weekend box-office wrap-up from The Hollywood Reporter.

1 The Dark Knight WARNER BROS. $42,664,219 $393.8
2 The Mummy: Tomb of the Dragon Emperor UNIVERSAL $40,457,770 $40.5
3 Step Brothers SONY PICTURES $16,506,526 $63.2
4 Mamma Mia! UNIVERSAL $12,615,515 $87.5
5 Journey to the Center of the Earth WARNER BROS. $6,662,406 $72.9
6 Swing Vote WALT DISNEY STUDIOS $6,230,669 $6.2
7 Hancock SONY PICTURES $5,087,756 $215.9
8 Wall-E WALT DISNEY STUDIOS $4,603,179 $204.1
9 The X-Files: I Want To Believe TWENTIETH CENTURY FOX $3,385,878 $17
10 Space Chimps TWENTIETH CENTURY FOX $2,720,177 $22
Source: The Hollywood Reporter / Nielsen EDI