BREAKING… UPDATE: Warner Bros Pictures just issued this statement confirming what I reported first:

“Out of respect for the victims and their families, Warner Bros. Pictures will not be reporting box office numbers for The Dark Knight Rises throughout the weekend. Box office numbers will be released on Monday.”

Dark Knight Rises box officeEXCLUSIVE 3:15 PM: I’ve just been told by a Warner Bros spokeswoman that the studio may do this “out of sensitivity to people”. Through midday today the studio was reporting The Dark Knight Rises grosses internationally and domestically as usual. Now it may suspend its box office reporting all weekend for Christopher Nolan’s final Batman trilogy installment. A final decision has not yet been made. It would be a highly unusual step for a company in the movie business that’s part of publicly owned Time Warner. And it is certainly the studio’s right to stay mute the rest of the weekend. However, the numbers will still get out because Rentrak reports grosses all through the weekend. So reporters like me will know how The Dark Knight Rises is doing.

Related: ‘Dark Knight Rises’ To $80M-$85 Friday: Warner Bros Seeing No Slowdown In Box Office Business: $125.5M Worldwide: $30.6M Midnights, $30M Pre-Sales, $10.4M International

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