Christian Bale stepped off a plane at LAX on Sunday looking unrecognizable with a shaved head and red goatee.
“The Dark Knight Rises” took the No. 1 spot at the box office for the third weekend in a row, beating out “Total Recall” and “Diary of a Wimpy Kid: Dog Days.”
The third installment of director Christopher Nolan’s Batman franchise earned an estimated $36.4 million, bringing total sales to $354.6 million, reports the L.A. Times. Meanwhile, “Total Recall” – the sci-fi remake starring Colin Farrell – opened soft at $26 million.
“Diary of a Wimpy Kid: Dog Days,” the third offering in the children's comedy franchise, launched with $14.7 million in ticket sales.
Christian Bale made a special stop in Aurora, CO on Tuesday to visit the victims of the Colorado shooting. After a stop at the hospital, he made his way to the makeshift memorial set up near the theater where the killing spree took place during a “Dark Knight Rises” showing.New video of the Batman star shows him and wife Sandra praying with mourners and leaving flowers.
“Dark Knight Rises” star Christian Bale is in Colorado visiting the victims of the Aurora movie theater massacre, reports the Denver Post.
The star of the Batman franchise told Deadline Hollywood on Saturday, "Words cannot express the horror that I feel. I cannot begin to truly understand the pain and grief of the victims and their loved ones, but my heart goes out to them."
Following the Colorado shooting at a midnight showing of “Dark Knight Rises,” Warner Bros. has announced plans to donate money to the victims and their families.Deadline Hollywood.
Hollywood studios are taking a break from the traditional weekend box office reporting, out of respect for the victims of the midnight movie massacre at a “Dark Knight Rises” showing in Colorado Friday morning. Industry insiders, however, still managed to leak the Batman movie's weekend numbers.New York Times. The film also stood a serious chance at taking the record for highest grossing movie opening of all time - a spot currently held by “The Avengers,” which opened at $207.5 million. Early reports indicate that "Dark Knight Rises" fell slightly short of estimates, taking $160 million in ticket sales. The comic book caper had the benefit of advanced ticket sales, with some Friday night showings already sold out before the shooting occurred.
Actor Christian Bale is the latest star to speak out about the movie massacre at a midnight showing of “Dark Knight Rises” in Aurora, CO.
The “Dark Knight Rises” cast met up in the real-life Gotham (aka NYC) on Monday night for the film’s big premiere.