Despite the horrific shooting in Colorado, movie-goers have been packing Ohio Valley theaters to see "The Dark Knight Rises."
The third film in Christopher Nolan's Batman Trilogy caused nationwide hype. With scenes filmed in London, New York, and Pittsburgh, area movie lovers flocked to theaters to see favorites like Hines Ward and the streets of the Steel City in this feature film.
7News spoke with Brandon Strauss, a Manager at the Ohio Valley Mall Cinemas. He says "The Dark Knight Rises" has something for everyone.
"I think it's sort of a multi generational thing. I think everyone remembers batman at some point in their life," he says. "From the TV show to the movies from the 80's to now, it covers a lot of different groups of people."
Warner Brothers has decided to wait until Monday to release box office numbers for "The Dark Knight Rises," out of respect for the victims in Colorado.