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'Worlds, Galaxies, And Universes: Live Action At The Walt Disney Studios' Presentation At Disney's D23 EXPO 2015

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“Star Wars” now rules the box office galaxy.

According to reports, over the weekend, “Star Wars: The Force Awakens” became the biggest opening in movie history bringing in an estimated $238 million in the U.S. allowing the film to fly past the opening weekend record held by Universal’s “Jurassic World,” which made $208.8 million on the weekend it opened in June.

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If that’s not enough, so far the film has made $517 million around the world since opening overseas on Wednesday, which is the second highest global debut of all-time behind only “Jurassic World,” which made $525 million globally in June.

The scary part about all of Star Wars recent success this weekend, is that “The Force Awakens” has yet to open in China, which is the world’s second biggest film market.

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