(2:11) Star Wars: The Last Jedi, which is scheduled for release on Dec. 15, has had a busy start to its first weekend, opening to $21.3 million domestically, according to data from Rentrak.
The film earned $1.7 million in its second weekend, and has already earned more than $2.7 billion domestically.
That’s a record for a Star Wars film.
The original trilogy earned $10.8 million domestically on its opening weekend in 1983.
(The original trilogy has a cumulative total of $4.9 billion worldwide.)
But The Last Dragon made more than a third of its total gross at the box office, earning $14.9 million domestically.
Disney/Lucasfilm has not disclosed its domestic box office total, but a few sources put it closer to $50 million.
That would put The Last Darks Jedi on pace to surpass the $100 million mark worldwide.