Los Angeles, CA -- IMAX Corporation (NYSE:IMAX; TSX:IMX) and Warner Bros. Pictures today announced that The Dark Knight Rises (Rated PG-13) has generated approximately $23.8 million in 396 IMAX® theatres worldwide, resulting in a global IMAX per-screen average of approximately $60,100.
Domestically, the film grossed $160.887 million, of which approximately $19 million was generated in 332 IMAX® theaters for an IMAX per-screen average of $57,200.
Internationally, the film earned approximately $4.8 million in 64 IMAX theatres for an IMAX per-screen average of more than $75,000, with an additional 89 IMAX theatres set to open in the upcoming weeks.
"On behalf of all the members and staff of the National Association of Theatre Owners, our hearts and prayers go out to the victims of this despicable act and their families. We are grateful for the quick and effective response by police and emergency personnel. Guest safety is, and will continue to be a priority for theater owners. NATO members are working closely with local law enforcement agencies and reviewing security procedures."
$2.32 million of that total came from 330 IMAX theaters, for a location average of $7,041. The location average from 3,825 theaters showing the film in 2D was $8,010.