Could The New “Star Wars” Beat Its Predecessor For Biggest Opening Ever?

 “Star Wars: The Last Jedi” hits theaters on December 15th, and analysts are already predicting it will make $215 million in its opening weekend.  If that’s true, it’ll be the second-biggest opening of all time.


 “Jurassic World” currently sits at #2, with $208.8 million.  It would be pretty amazing if “The Last Jedi” could take the top spot, but it probably won’t. 


That distinction currently belongs to its predecessor, “Star Wars: The Force Awakens” . . . which had an opening weekend take of $247.9 million in 2015.


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