“The Last Knight” and “Star Wars: The Last Jedi” were both #1 in the May-June 2016 comic book sales chart.
The first two films were #1 and #2.
In 2017, they were both top 10 sellers.
This year, they both came in at #1.
Both were released on August 7, and were the first two comic book films to hit theaters on the same day.
What made these films so popular?
Well, they’re both big box office hits.
They both were released before the election, which is why they had such a massive impact on voters.
Even though the movie and book both came out before the 2016 election, they got a lot of attention in the weeks leading up to the election.
A lot of people didn’t like the idea of Hillary Clinton getting elected president, but they also didn’t think they were really going to vote.
That’s why these films were able to become #1 on the chart.
So how does a film like this stack up against other big-budget films?
Both films have a huge fan base.
And both of these films are coming from big-name filmmakers.
With “The Force Awakens,” Disney-Lucasfilm president Kathleen Kennedy was able to put a massive marketing campaign behind the movie.
It helped make “The last ship” a huge hit in the U.S. The movie earned over $500 million at the box office, which was more than the combined box office of “The Avengers” and its sequel, “Captain America: Civil War.”
Disney-Lucascasfilm is also behind the new animated film “Dumbo,” which debuted in May and was a huge success.
Its success led to “The Lego Batman Movie,” which is a follow-up to the hit animated film.
“The Lego Movie” earned $6 billion at the global box office.
If “The LEGO Batman Movie” was a blockbuster hit, the “The LAST KNIGHT” would have had a very different success story.
Disney/LucasFilm released “The Lord of the Rings: The Two Towers” in 2019 and “The Hobbit: An Unexpected Journey” in 2020.
Since both of those films have been so successful, it should come as no surprise that they were #2 and #3 on the May and June 2016 charts.
Now that both of them have a very strong fanbase, it’s going to be interesting to see if these films can maintain their momentum in the months ahead.