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'The Dark Knight' Sells Out on Fandango
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LOS ANGELES, July 9 /TMRzoo.com/ -- With more than a week to go before the highly-anticipated release of "The Dark Knight," Fandango, the nation's leading moviegoer destination, reports that many of its pre-opening Thursday midnight shows on July 17 are already sold out

in cities across the country, from New York to Boise, Idaho. Theaters continue to add 3:00 a.m. and 6:00 a.m. showtimes to meet the ticketing demand.

"'The Dark Knight' may be responsible for a lot of bleary eyes at work next Friday morning," says Rick Butler, Chief Operating Officer for Fandango. "We're seeing a record number of late-night showtimes selling out in advance, while theaters are adding new performances every day."

More than 1,500 late-night showtimes of the movie have been scheduled for the film's pre-opening on Thursday night (Friday morning), July 17-18, at http://www.fandango.com/thedarkknight. An online survey of more than 3,000 "The Dark Knight" fans on Fandango.com last week resulted in the following information on the late-night surge:

-- 37% of respondents plan to see the film at least once during one of
the late night performances on Thursday night.
-- 38% say that they intend to take off a few hours or the entire day
from work on Friday as a result of seeing the movie the night before.
-- 60% of these moviegoers are male.
-- 71% are under the age of 35.
-- 39% plan to see the film in IMAX®.
-- 92% expect that the Academy will recognize Heath Ledger's performance
as The Joker with a posthumous Oscar® nomination next year.

For Fandango, "The Dark Knight" is poised to be the year's top advance ticket-seller in wide release, outpacing "Iron Man," "Indiana Jones 4" and "Sex and the City" at the same point in those films' sales cycles.

About Fandango

One of the Web's top movie and entertainment destinations, Fandango sells tickets to more than 15,000 screens. Fandango entertains and informs consumers with reviews, commentary and trailers, and offers the ability to quickly select a film, plan where and when to see it, and conveniently buy tickets in advance. Fandango is available at http://www.fandango.com/, 1-800-FANDANGO and via your wireless mobile device at mobile.fandango.com. Fandango is a unit of Comcast Interactive Media.
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Check this shit out...

Michael Bay's Rejected "The Dark Knight" Script
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#3
Funny.
Will it blend? That is the question.
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Hahaha.... nice Hooch.

"Okay, I like it. But which one of the internets do we hack?"

"All of them"
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You have to be shitting me how stupid are people.

Fans Paying $100 For 'Dark Knight'
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Securb Wrote:You have to be shitting me how stupid are people.

very......

people were paying upwards of 1k for free tickets given out by NYC to see Bon Jovi....

I asked the woman if she wanted to go see it... she said we could wait a week that way it won't be crowded and we could actually enjoy it......

or her sister will get a boot leg.. :)
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best. movie. evar!
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Worm Wrote:best. movie. evar!

Can we expect a review?
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I think Mrs Gator and I are going to see it in Imax on Thurs. Every Imax showing here is sold out thru Monday night. and the evening shows are sold out Tues and Wed.

We're both taking Thurs and Fri off anyway, so it looks like the only chance we're going to get is Thurs during the day.
There's no crying in baseball
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Gator Wrote:I think Mrs Gator and I are going to see it in Imax.

Does Lynn know you call her Mrs. Gator? I doubt she wants to be part of your sports persona.
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