“Star Wars: The Force Awakens” has opened in both Germany and China and is the 4th highest money earner in Germany and the 3rd highest grossing movie worldwide in history.The movie is still showing in theaters in North America as well, and still earning top dollar in just about every market it's being shown in.

Star Wars is 4th highest-grossing movie in German history

The movie hit an international milestone when it premiered in Germany, becoming the 4th highest-grossing movie in Germany, with only the films “Avatar,” “Titanic,” and “The Jungle Book” earning higher in a German venue.

During its weekend in Germany, it grossed $7.3 million, taking its total money made in Germany to $92.8 million.

Star Wars also breaks records in Chinese theaters

In the Chinese market, “Star Wars: The Force Awakensbroke money making records by earning $53 million dollars for ticket sales in the first weekend it appeared there, which made it possible for it to end up the 3rd highest-grossing movie globally, according to Disney.It was also the highest Saturday or Sunday film that opened up in China in the history of the industry, said Disney representatives.

That brought the film’s total earnings to $1.73 billion.If it keeps up this pace, the film could claim the top spot overall in the history of cinema (currently, number two is “Titanic” which earned $2.2 billion at the box office, and number one “Avatar” raked in $2.8 billion).

Star Wars still tops box office in US

Along with earning top dollar in several global markets, its held the top spot in the US for its 4th weekend in a row.

It bested Leonardo DiCaprio’s “The Revenant.”

Directed by Alejandro Inarritu, "The Revenant" tells the story of an 1820's frontiersman that's attacked and injured by a bear, and stars DiCaprio. It earned around $25 million in the first weekend of wide release, and so far has garnered about $38 million after some limited showings in New York and Los Angeles that occurred in December.

If its money earning continues, “Star Wars: The Force Awakenscould end up the highest grossing movie of all-time.

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