New Poster: 'The Dark Knight Rises' on July 12, 2011
New film is set to open on July 20, 2012. Check out the first poster here.
New Trailer: 'Jack and Jill' on July 08, 2011
Location Counts for July 8, 2011 on July 07, 2011
Zookeeper: 3,482 (NEW)
Horrible Bosses: 3,040 (NEW)
Transformers: Dark of the Moon: 4,088 (+0)
Cars 2: 3,990 (-125)
Larry Crowne: 2,974 (+1)
Bad Teacher: 2,962 (-87)
Monte Carlo: 2,473 (+0)
Super 8: 2,292 (-796)
Green Lantern: 2,015 (-1,265)
Mr. Popper's Penguins: 1,996 (-865)
Bridesmaids: 1,095 (-294)
X-Men: First Class: 847 (-755)
The Hangover Part II: 835 (-733)
Midnight in Paris: 819 (-39)
Kung Fu Panda 2: 650 (-631)
Pirates of the Caribbean: On Stranger Tides: 622 (-851)
Thor: 315 (+45)
New Trailer: 'The Iron Lady' on July 07, 2011
The last wave of Harry Potter hysteria is shaping up to be the biggest one yet.
Fandango is reporting more than 2,000 sold-out Potter showtimes across the country, from Anchorage, Alaska to Sunrise, Florida.
The final Harry Potter movie is currently:
• Fandango's most anticipated film of 2011 (according to a December 2010 survey of more than 4,000 moviegoers);
• Fandango's fastest-selling title of the year so far;
• 62% of daily ticket sales on Fandango (followed by Transformers: Dark of the Moon, accounting for 14% of sales);
• Outpacing any previous Potter film in ticket sales on Fandango at the same point in the films' sales cycles.
• Selling twice as many tickets on Fandango as sold for the last Potter summer release (Half-Blood Prince) at the same point in that film's sales cycle.
Many industry prognosticators believe that Deathly Hallows: Part II could give The Dark Knight's opening weekend record of $158.4 million a run for its money. Deathly Hallows: Part II will also try to topple Transformers: Dark of the Moon as the biggest movie of Summer 2011, which would likely make it the biggest movie of 2011.