Star Wars: The Force Awakens is still a smash-hit franchise, but it’s not going anywhere anytime soon.
The movie has sold more than 4.4 million tickets in its first two days on opening day, according to Box Office Mojo.
The film has been a hit in its native U.S. and its biggest overseas market, and its box office haul is set to reach $1.3 billion.
The box office hit is expected to be a $300 million worldwide hit.
So, when the film arrives on the big screen on December 15, the final tally for Star Wars will be pretty close to the movie’s original opening gross.
However, with the film still making a lot of money in its home country of China, that’s not the only way to see it.
Here’s the top five movies that have made the biggest impact in the U.K. and Canada.
The Force is a Force, and we’re still waiting for the first official trailer.
But that doesn’t mean it hasn’t had a massive impact on the British moviegoing audience.
In the first week, the film has grossed nearly $1 billion.
That’s more than twice as much as its predecessor “The Empire Strikes Back” did in its opening weekend.
This is the most successful franchise debut in history.
“Batman v Superman: Dawn of Justice.”
The film was the second-biggest opening weekend of all time in the United States, but only in its fourth week did it take in more than $1 million in ticket sales.
This time, it’s still pulling in more money than the first “Batman” film did in 2008.
But the movie is still only in theaters for about four weeks, so it’s going to take a little longer to hit that $1B mark.
The new “Hackersaw Ridge” has the most grossing opening weekend ever, beating the $1-million mark in the UK.
And that number is set for more than three weeks, and it will likely get closer to $1bn by the end of the year.
The U. S. has seen its share of the blockbuster films over the past decade.
But “Havesaw Ridge,” which is set in a dystopian future where the government has taken over the world, is the only one that’s been in theaters a little over a year.
“Gravitas,” the first film in the new “Avengers” franchise, is still going strong.
The first installment grossed $942.3 million in its second weekend.
And while it’s been a bit of a hit on its home turf, it will probably need a little more time to hit $1b, according the movie charting service IMDb.
That means it will need to play in multiplexes.
“Transformers: Dark of the Moon.”
“Dark of the Mars” has taken in more in its two weeks than any other film has.
But this is still the only film to do so in its third week, so there’s a bit more time left for it to make its mark on theaters.
The studio has already released the teaser trailer and it’s already had some buzz.
But it’s unclear whether this will be enough to push the movie into the $600 million mark, which would put it right in line with the next film in “Dark Universe.”