Movie goers this weekend proved they are not sick of The Dark Knight Rises. But they may be sick of remakes.

The final installment of Christopher Nolan's trilogy earned $36.4 million, enough to place it atop the box office for the third consecutive week. It has now garnered $354.6 million domestically in 17 days.

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The cloud of sadness and shock that remains over The Dark Knight Rises, following the horrific actions of James Holmes in Colorado on July 21, did not keep this blockbuster from remaining atop the box office this weekend.

The third installment of Christopher Nolan's trilogy earned $64.1 million, taking its week-plus total so far to $289.1 nationwide.

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It was (understandably) lost amidst the James Holmes shooting and the tragic loss of 12 lives, but The Dark Knight Rises fared very well at the box office this weekend.

With reports delayed a couple days out of respect for the victims, sources now say the third installment in this Christopher Nolan trilogy earned $160.9 million from Friday to Sunday, making it the third-biggest opening ever and the top-ranked debut weekend for a film show strictly in 2-D.

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With all apologizes to The Incredible Hulk: Bruce Wayne is angry. And you don't want to see him when he's angry.

In the latest The Dark Knight Rises trailer, we see a chaotic Gotham, ravaged by Tom Hardy's chemically-imbalance and altered Bane. There are hijacked vehicles, turned-over cars, teams of armed police officers, a few shots of Catwoman, panoramic views of the troubled city and, finally, these words from Batman himself:"I'm not afraid. I'm angry."

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He's taken out the Penguin and The Joker (twice!), but will Batman be able to do away with The Avengers?

That's what many film fans are now wondering, as they anticipate the July 20 release of The Dark Knight Rises and wonder whether it can out-earn the first official blockbuster of the summer movie season.

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On July 20, The Dark Knight Rises once again. For the final time, at least under the direction of Christopher Nolan and with Christian Bale underneath the iconic black suit.

Will the blockbuster live up to the hype? Will it exceed The Avengers' haul at the box office? Will we be able to understand a word Tom Hardy says as Bane?

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Step aside, Avengers. A new trailer for The Dark Knight Rises has been released, painting a bleak portrait of a crumbling Gotham City consumed by utter anarchy.

The new trailer offers an extended glimpse of Anne Hathaway as Catwoman, as well as a new Batwing contraption that comes in the form a flying pod of sorts.