This year has already seen three movies crack the top 20 list of highest-grossing movies of all time: Furious 7, Avengers: Age of Ultron, and Jurassic World. The final movie in a series usually performs very strongly, so there’s a decent chance The Hunger Games: Mockingjay Part 2 will crack the top 20, too.
But what about The Force Awakens? Well, an analyst at Morgan Stanley (they analyze box office stuff?!) just revised his estimates 22%, and now claims that The Force Awakens will make $650 million domestically and $1.3 billion worldwide, for a $1.95 billion total haul.
What do YOU think? Could it top $2 billion? Could it topple the #1 movie, Avatar, at $2.7 billion and change? Let us know in the comments!
Star Wars Fun FactSurprising or little known Star Wars tidbits, sometimes related to today’s Force Feature.
On this date, filming began for Episode I in 1997 and Episode II in 2000. Which reminds me – isn’t it about time we heard something about filming beginning for Rogue One? Let alone a bigger cast announcement? What the heck is going on???
Life on “Tweet”-ooineA featured dispatch from the Star Wars Twitterverse!
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Star Wars Swag BagSo many fun, quirky, and awesome ways to bring Star Wars into your daily life!
Trivia Time!Test your knowledge of the Star Wars universe!
Yesterday’s answer: “Lock the doors.”
Today’s question: What did Han tell C-3PO to hope for, before leaving to rescue Leia on the first Death Star?