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Happy Hogan 

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Subj: All that's true, but . . .
Posted: Wed Aug 06, 2008 at 09:13:37 am EDT (Viewed 201 times)
Reply Subj: wouldn't be so sure about titanic..
Posted: Wed Aug 06, 2008 at 08:24:50 am EDT (Viewed 201 times)

> > and will pass Spider-Man tomorrow as the all-time grossing super-hero flick.
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> > It's currently the 8th all time box office movie in america and only needs to make another $42 million to become 3rd, 62 million for 2nd.
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> > Doesn't look like it'll catch Titanic though($200 million away).
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> > CI
> > - still, it's great that this great movie is getting love from all
> at this point in its release, titanic didn't even have anywhere near $200 million..the thing with that movie was it was in the theaters practically FOREVER and people kept it going strong all that time..
> batman's more than doubled what titanic made at the same point in its release..with that head start, if it can stay in theaters and keep its legs strong, I think it may just do it...at least domestically....I think titanic made nearly two BILLION worldwide..

All that's true, but Titantic had something I don't think The Dark Knight will be able to match. And that's a repeat audience. Titantic had people returning to the theature to see the movie eight or nine times in some cases. As great as The Dark Knight was, I doubt it will match the umm.. titantic number of tickets sold.

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