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Here's How Much Every Star Wars Movie Made At The Box Office On Opening Weekend

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Walt Disney Co (NYSE: DIS) stock gained nearly 2 percent Monday morning after the studio's latest "Star Wars" franchise hit the big screen.

"Rogue One: A Star Wars Story" collected $155 million in the domestic box office and $135.5 million internationally for a total opening weekend of more than $290 million. This represents the third-largest opening of 2016, the 12th-largest opening of all time and became just the second December opener to debut over $100 million.

Here is a look at how every other Star Wars film performed in North America in their respective opening weekend, courtesy of Box Office Mojo's data.

  • 1977 - "Star Wars": $1,554,475, or $6,191,042.98 in 2016 dollars.
  • 1980 - "The Empire Strikes Back": $4,910,483 or $14,383,007.32 in 2016 dollars.
  • 1983 - "Return of the Jedi": $23,019,618 or $55,781,665.29 in 2016 dollars.
  • 1999: "The Phantom Menace": $64,820,970 or $93,905,975.82 in 2016 dollars.
  • 2002 - "Attack of the Clones": $80,027,814 or $107,364,941.59 in 2016 dollars.
  • 2005 - "Revenge of the Sith": $108,435,841 or $134,005,711.89 in 2016 dollars.
  • 2015 - "The Force Awakens": $247,966,675 or $252,502,988.86 in 2016 dollars.
  • 2017 - "The Last Jedi: $220,047,000

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