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

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

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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