The hotly anticipated theatrical release of Rogue One: A Star Wars Story could help Disney snatch that crown from Universal as well. The first standalone Star Wars film is set to rollout in dozens of nations this year: it kicks off in France, Dubai, and others on Dec. 14, opens in countries including the UK, Brazil, Germany, and Russia on Dec. 15, and then heads to the US, Canada, Japan, and elsewhere on Dec. 16, according to Internet Movie Database. It’s expected to debut in China in 2017.

Based on ticket pre-sales, The Hollywood Reporter wrote that Rogue One is paced to open with more than $130 million domestically, which would make it the second-biggest December opening ever—after The Force Awakens.

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