When the first Star Wars movie was released in 1977, no one could have imagined just how big a franchise it would become. In just 35 years, there have been 7 main Star Wars movies and 2 prequels, not to mention countless books, comics, video games, and TV shows. There are also many new movies on the way including Episode IX due out next year and a series of standalone films focusing on characters such as Boba Fett and Obi-Wan Kenobi. The original Star Wars has now been seen by over 2 billion people worldwide, making it the biggest movie franchise ever.
ecial about Star Wars?
The thing that makes Star Wars so exceptional is that it is more than just a movie. It's a cultural phenomenon that has become a part of everyday life for millions of people. It's not just the story or the characters that have become so ingrained in our culture, but also the merchandise. The costumes, the music, the sound effects, and the props are just some of the aspects of Star Wars that have found their way into our everyday lives. The cultural impact of Star Wars makes it much more than just a movie, it's a phenomenon. For many people, Star Wars is a part of their childhood. They can remember learning to walk in a Yoda onesie, or playing with their lightsaber. For these people, Star Wars is a part of their childhood that they will never forget. It has also become a big part of their adulthood as well. Many people’s love for Star Wars started when they were children, but it has grown with them.
The biggest movies ever
The Star Wars franchise is the biggest movie franchise of all time and it is only getting bigger. Many people consider Episode VII of The Force Awakens to be the best movie of the entire franchise. The huge success of this movie was followed up by the equally impressive Rogue One, Episode VIII of The Last Jedi, and the recent release of Episode IX The Rise of Skywalker. In terms of box-office performance, The Force Awakens has become the third-highest-grossing movie of all time and the second-highest-grossing movie in America. It has also become the second highest-grossing movie in the UK. Rogue One is the 10th highest-grossing movie of all time and the highest-grossing Star Wars movie outside the USA. Episode VIII The Last Jedi is the seventh highest-grossing movie of all time, and Episode IX The Rise of Skywalker is expected to break this record.
Box office performance by the movie
The chart below shows how much each Star Wars movie has made at the box office. It's worth noting that the chart shows the worldwide box office and not just the US box office. * Episode IX The Rise of Skywalker is expected to surpass the $2.1 billion mark once it is released next year.
The cultural impact of Star Wars
As well as being one of the biggest movie franchises ever, Star Wars is also one of the most culturally significant. It has become woven into everyday life in many different ways and many people can't imagine a world without Star Wars. This is because the story, characters, and costumes have become so ingrained in our culture. Star Wars has also introduced many new words to the English language, such as droid, Jedi, Wookiee, and bad guy. The cultural impact of Star Wars is something. For many people, Star Wars is a part of their childhood. They can remember learning to walk in a Yoda onesie, or playing with their lightsaber. For these people, Star Wars is a part of their childhood that they will never forget. It has also become a big part of their adulthood as well. Many people’s love for Star Wars started when they were children, but it has grown with them.
The value of Star Wars
The value of the Star Wars franchise is truly mind-blowing and it has been estimated that the franchise is worth $48 billion. This is higher than the GDP of many countries. However, the real value of Star Wars is that it brings joy to people. It has become a global phenomenon that has brought joy to millions of people and it is expected to bring joy to millions more in the future. Star Wars is a franchise that will be remembered for many years to come and it will be exciting to see how it grows and changes as the years pass. It's still too early to tell, but it looks like the new movies will only increase the value of the franchise.
The first Star Wars movie was released in 1977, and since then it has become the biggest movie franchise in the world. It's the most culturally significant franchise, too, and has introduced many new words to the English language. It's also worth billions, both in revenue and cultural value. Star Wars will continue to grow, and it will be exciting to see how the franchise develops in the years to come.