WATCH | Gearing up for Friday's arrival of "Rogue One: A Star Wars Story," Circa is breaking down the entire "Star Wars" film franchise by the numbers.
$3.2 billion: Total domestic gross for all "Star Wars" movies (including re-releases, spinoffs, etc.), according to Box Office Mojo.
Four: Minimum number of animal noises (bears, walruses, lions and badgers) used for Chewbacca’s voice, according to "Star Wars" sound designer Ben Burtt. (Bear noises, Burtt said, do the bulk of the heavy grunting.)
$10,000: Estimated salary for Harrison Ford for "Star Wars: A New Hope," based on what he told "Good Morning America" in 2015. "I did it for $1,000 a week," said Ford, who reportedly spent about 10 weeks filming the first installment.
$27 million: Estimated pay for Ford for "Star Wars: The Force Awakens." The Daily Mail reported Ford earned a salary of about $16.7 million, plus a 0.5 percent cut of the box office gross. If that math applies to the film's international windfall of $2.06 billion, he earned another $10.3 million.
One: Number of actors who earned an Academy Award acting nomination for their work in any of the "Star Wars" films. For his portrayal of Obi-Wan Kenobi, Alec Guinness was up for Best Supporting Actor in 1978, but lost out to Jason Robards, who won for his performance in "Julia."
85: Height, in inches, of Alan Tudyk’s "Rogue One" character, K-2SO. "I was on stilts, so I was 7-foot-1, so I towered over everyone most of the time," Tudyk said, according to io9. "Just even at that height, it colors how you move, and it helped me get into character."
Three: Number of toes Yoda has on each foot in "Star Wars: The Phantom Menace," yet he has four toes in three other "Star Wars" films, according to Mashable. You can tell devout fans are paying attention to the smallest details, considering Yoda's feet are rarely in view, because of, y'know, the whole puppet thing.
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