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Looking back at 2016, the films that have delivered the biggest numbers of admissions, with the exception of perhaps Finding Dory, have all outperformed expectations.
Han Solo is Britain's most beloved Star Wars character, with 21% of those who have ever watched a Star Wars film saying that he was their favourite. Han is even more favoured by those who consider themselves Star Wars fans, at 28%. It is clear that Brits will have been upset with the plot of Episode VII, which sees Solo killed at the end of the movie by his own son.
How does cinema follow a year like 2015? Three of the top 10 grossing films of all time in the UK were released within a seven month period and two of them became only the third and fourth films in history to cross the £90m mark. Add to that two of the biggest animated titles of all time, and it's clear that 2016 has a tough act to follow.
‘Star Wars’ fans have been treated to a bumper loads of exciting news, as two new ‘Star Wars’ projects have been confirmed