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Last Jedi has a Wonderful Wednesday with $5.1 million

January 4th, 2018

Star Wars: The Last Jedi

Star Wars: The Last Jedi fell 35% from Tuesday to earn $5.1 million on Wednesday for a total of $544.5 million after 20 days of release. This is a sharper decline than The Force Awakens (down 22% to $6.2 million) and Rogue One (down 32% to $4.2 million). However, The Last Jedi remains almost exactly in the middle of those two films and it is maintaining its pace for $650 million to $700 million domestically. The film remains in sixth place on the all-time domestic chart and is closing ground on The Avengers for fifth place.

Internationally, The Last Jedi had a better hold, earning $12.4 million on Wednesday for totals of $563.8 million internationally and $1.108 billion worldwide. Japan regained the films’s biggest single market with $2.5 million on Wednesday for a running tally of $47.3 million. The U.K. remained the its biggest international market overall with $96.8 million, including $1.6 million on Wednesday. There’s not a lot of movement on the 2017 international or worldwide charts. That said, it overtook Transformers: Age of Extinction for 18th place on the all-time worldwide chart.

- Wednesday Box Office Chart

- Star Wars Franchise

- Star Wars: The Last Jedi Comparisons

Filed under: Star Wars Ep. VIII: The Last Jedi, Star Wars
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