Box office figures were delayed when major studios decided to hold off reporting the grosses due to last Friday’s attack on moviegoers at a midnight showing of The Dark Knight Rises in Aurora, Colorado. Despite the tragedy, which studios feared would keep audiences away, The Dark Knight Rises grossed $161 million, the largest opening for a non-3D film. Exhibitor Relations box office analyst Jeff Bock said, “I think it’s safe to say it [would’ve made] $15 million-$20 million more if [the shootings] had never happened.” The newest Batman movie earned a 4.1 star rating out of 5 from Tribute.ca users. Last weekend’s top movie, the animated family flick Ice Age: Continental Drift, came in second this weekend, grossing another $20.2 million and earning a 3.8 star Tribute.ca user rating. The Amazing Spider-Man was pushed to third with $10.7 million and 3.6 stars. The R-rated comedy Ted dropped one spot to fourth, banking $10.2 million and getting 4.3 stars from Tribute.ca users. Rounding out the top five was the animated family film Brave, earning an additional $5.8 million and 3.9 stars. Of note was Magic Mike, which made $4.3 million for a total take of $102 million, marking Channing Tatum‘s third movie to earn over $100,000 this year.