2017 at the Box Office

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The $4.06 billion also does not count the more lucrative marketing strategy Walt Disney Studios makes out of the Star Wars films.

This weekend, The Last Jedi also crossed $1 billion worldwide, for an estimated global total of $1.04 billion through Sunday.

The space saga, featuring stars like the late Carrie Fisher, Mark Hamill and Daisy Ridley, earned $52.4 million at the domestic box office over weekend and another $120.4 million globally.

In total, the film has earned $517 total gross at the USA box office, a massive number for a film that opened earlier in December!

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LEGO Star Wars 75201 First Order AT-ST is available now in the United Kingdom, exclusively at Argos. Domestically, all three - "The Force Awakens", "Rogue One" and "The Last Jedi" - have also managed to be the highest-grossing films of the year the last three years, despite their December release dates. It is pacing 36 percent of ahead of last year's Rogue One: A Star Wars Story. According to the rumor, Lucasfilm executives made a decision to write off Luke in The Last Jedi during the film's post-production process, keeping the character's death from Hamill.

Surprisingly, Sony's Jumanji: Welcome to the Jungle has proven to have legs at the box office, just narrowly being beaten out by Star Wars: The Force Awakens.

Star Wars is likely looking at some serious box office numbers for a few more years before that ceiling begins to level off.

Amidst all the chaos in the Star Wars community, a misleading rumor started running around, suggesting that Hamill didn't know the ending of the Star Wars sequel trilogy installment when he worked on the film. This is just par the course for Disney's new Star Wars movies, which have all been extremely successful commercially, and now, Star Wars has reached an impressive milestone. Attendance declined by roughly 4 percent, to 1.26 billion, according to analysts, the lowest total in about two decades, as a string of big-budget films stumbled.