A year after the release of “The Hurt Locker,” “Star Wars: The Last Jedi” was the highest-grossing movie of 2017.
It made $1.6 billion worldwide, making it the most-watched film of the year and one of the top-grossed films of all time.
The film has helped boost box office revenues for studios like Disney, Universal, Warner Bros., and Lionsgate, among others.
It’s also helped revitalize the film business.
Since the film’s release, the number of movies on VOD has surged.
“Star Trek Into Darkness,” the fourth movie in the Star Trek franchise, was released this month.
In addition to “Star Search,” it’s the highest grossing movie in Paramount Pictures’ “Starz” line.
“The Last Jedi,” which is now available on Netflix and other streaming services, has also helped fuel the growth of social media and the movies themselves.
The studio has seen its share of critical acclaim for its films, including “Avengers: Age of Ultron,” which was critically panned and received less than stellar reviews.
But, for a film that has been praised for its sci-fi and fantasy elements, it’s also been a hit with fans of the franchise.
“It’s become the biggest hit in history in the United States and globally, and it’s really set a new standard for a franchise,” said Josh Gad, the actor who played Han Solo in “StarWars: The Force Awakens.”
“A lot of people have watched the movies and enjoyed them, and that’s a great thing for the movie business.”
The popularity of “Star wars” also has helped propel social media.
“They see it as a family movie. “
When people see ‘Star Wars,’ it doesn’t just feel like they’re watching the first film in the franchise,” Gad said.
“They see it as a family movie.
And then when you start to expand the franchise and expand it to more characters, that’s when you get the social conversation.”
As the popularity of the film continues to grow, there are more movies coming out each year that are also hitting theaters, which can mean more money for studios.
In 2016, “Hacksaw Ridge” was released, which brought in $150 million worldwide.
That’s a huge number for a movie that cost $20 million to make and has been criticized for lacking a strong story.
But it’s one of several movies that have helped the film become a phenomenon.
“Hacked” was a critical hit that was released in July 2017.
The sequel, “Rogue One: A Star Wars Story,” is coming out in 2019.
“Ghostbusters” is set to release in 2020.
The latest “Star War” movie, “Attack of the Clones,” has a release date of November 7, 2020.
“I feel like the films that come out on a monthly basis, like ‘Rogue One’ and ‘Star Trek Beyond,’ that’s what people are watching,” Gad told The Washington Examiner.
And the ‘Rogue’ movies and the Star Wars movies are the big ones. “
And then people are also watching the movies that come in the fall.
And the ‘Rogue’ movies and the Star Wars movies are the big ones.
They’re the movies people are talking about and thinking about, and I feel like people are going to keep coming back to ‘StarWars’ and going to see those movies, because it’s always the top grossing movies on a month-by-month basis.”
For the studio, “the movies that came out on the first day, the biggest films are the movies they want to see.”
“There are no movies that can top ‘Star War’ and no films that can compare to the quality of ‘Rogue,” Gad continued.
“There’s no ‘StarWar’ movie that’s gonna sell like ‘StarTrek,’ and there’s no film that’s ‘StarHunt’ like ‘Ghostbusters.’
The movies are always going to be the big hits and the films are always the best.”
The most popular films of 2017 have helped drive the social and online conversation about movies.
“Rogue one,” which has a $4.8 million opening weekend, has already become one of Hollywood’s most-discussed films, and a number of other films have been released this year that were critical and critical hits.
“Jaws,” which opened in July, grossed $175 million worldwide, the second highest-opening film of all-time.
“Sicario,” which opens this weekend, is also one of three films that grossed more