New Star Wars: The Last Jedi Trailer Amassed Lots Of Views Online

The newest Star Wars: The Last Jedi trailer that came out earlier this week amassed loads of views when it was posted across many websites online.

The trailer is getting more views that other Star Wars movies that were released in the past.

As reported by RelishMix (via Deadline), the new Star Wars: The Last Jedi trailer that dropped on Monday night earned over 120.1 million views online.

This is around 29.1 million more views compared to the first teaser that came out earlier this year in April.

In terms of YouTube views, the new movie is outpacing many popular movies. With 24 million views across two days, it outpaced Star Wars: The Force Awakens with 21.8 million views, Spider-Man Homecoming at 17.5 million views and Jurassic World wth 13.1 million views.



In related news, advanced ticket sales for the movie are going strong. The movie is outpacing the sales of Rogue One: A Star Wars Story last year, but are just under the amount of tickets sold by Star Wars: The Force Awakens during the same time period.

However, it has been noted that many shows have been sold out across the USA and UK.

That said, many seats are still available for you to watch the movie as cinemas are offering lots of session times during its opening weekend.

Star Wars: The Force Awakens earned a massive $247.9 million in its opening weekend in North America two years ago.

There's a chance The Last Jedi could come close to this massive total. It's too early to predict how big the Box Office total will be, but it's more than likely going to become the highest earning movie of 2017.

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