Friday, July 15, 2011

‘Harry Potter’ Finale Sets Record With $32 Mn Advance ticket sales

Harry Potter
Harry Potter and the Deathly Hallows Part 2 has already set a record, if the movie sold $ 32 million worth of tickets online in advance.

No, definitely goes to show that there is still the best-selling history of each film, reports Contact Music.

Box-office forecasters believe that the film can also set a weekend record, breaking the former, that "The Dark Knight" set in 2008 was $ 158.4 million in ticket sales.

The short length of 3-D movie - a little over two hours - even allow theaters to increase the number of starting times for the film, thus adding more of the profits, according to the report.

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