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Along with 'Amazing Spider-Man', 'Hunger Games' and 'Snow White and the Huntsman', the two biggest superhero films in 2012 will compete for the coveted Favorite Movie gong.
Teaming up with her partner Ada Wong, the heroine shows off her fighting skills as she knocks down two huge beasts on the city streets.
Some reviewers call the film 'disappointing,' while some other brand it 'disaster' following its Venice premiere, from which Malick himself was elusively absent to work on other project.
The hit comic book movies land on the top 3 of Movie Mistakes list, while 'The Hunger Games', 'Men in Black 3' and 'Prometheus' make it to the top 10.
The sequel to 'The Dark Knight' has raked in $1.005 billion from domestic and international box office through Sunday, September 2.
The Batman movie stays atop the chart for the third week in a row, defeating the Colin Farrell-starring reboot film and another newcomer 'Diary of a Wimpy Kid: Dog Days'.
'Ice Age: Continental Drift' also holds on to its last week's position on the second place, while 'The Watch' and 'Step Up Revolution' have soft debuts on the third and fourth place respectively.
Nolan gives a suggestion to any director who will reboot the Caped Crusader tale someday by advising them to 'not worry too much about what everyone else is telling them it should be.'
Hathaway is interested to star in a standalone film for Selina Kyle based on her performance in 'The Dark Knight Rises', but noting that she would only do it with director Christopher Nolan.
Collecting $160.9 million on its first weekend amid the shooting tragedy, the Batman movie also scores the third-biggest opening of all time.
Sources said the Christopher Nolan-directed movie opened big this weekend with more than $160 million despite the Aurora, Colorado killing.
Warner Bros. Pictures refuses to report the first weekend gross of the Batman film, insisting that the 'box office numbers will be released on Monday' to respect the victims.