All 9 ‘Star Wars’ movies, ranked by how much money they made at the US box office

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“The Last Jedi.”
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Lucasfilm

With “Star Wars: The Last Jedi” starting to wind down its theatrical run – becoming the highest-grossing movie of 2017 in the US, though underperforming in some regions overseas (especially China) – it’s a good time to take a look at how all the “Star Wars” movies have done at the domestic box office.

Since George Lucas introduced the franchise with “A New Hope” in 1977, the “Star Wars” saga has defined how the blockbuster movie could earn Hollywood more money than it ever saw before, from its sequel strategy to how to cash in with merchandising.

But how do all the films compare to one another in dominating the US box office?

Here are the lifetime grosses of all the “Star Wars” movies:

Note: Box office figures below are domestic earnings adjusted for inflation. Totals also include reissue and special edition releases. All figures are courtesy of Box Office Mojo.


9. “Attack of the Clones” (2002) — $477.5 million

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Lucasfilm

Unadjusted: $310.7 million Budget: $115 million


8. “Revenge of the Sith” (2005) — $530 million

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Lucasfilm

Unadjusted: $380.3 million Budget: $113 million


7. “Rogue One” (2016) — $540 million

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Disney

Unadjusted: $532.2 million Budget: $200 million


6. “The Last Jedi” (2017) — $596 million*

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Lucasfilm

Budget: $200 million *Movie still playing in theaters


5. “The Phantom Menace” (1999) — $806.5 million

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YouTube/LucasFilm

Unadjusted: $474.5 million Budget: $115 million


4. “Return of the Jedi” (1983) — $840 million

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Disney

Unadjusted: $309.3 million Budget: $32.5 million


3. “The Empire Strikes Back” (1980) — $877 million

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Screenshot/Empire Strikes Back

Unadjusted: $290.5 million Budget: $18 million


2. “The Force Awakens” (2015) — $965.5 million

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Disney

Unadjusted: $937 million Budget: $245 million


1. “Star Wars: A New Hope” (1977) — $1.6 billion

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Lucasfilm

Unadjusted: $461 million Budget: $11 million