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 Episode III Sets New Records
R2-D2 Revenge of the Sith grossed $158.5 million in its first four days of release domestically and $303 million in 115 territories, a worldwide opening record, Variety reported.

Opening in 3,661 theaters with a massive 9,000-plus print count domestically, Episode III had the largest four-day opening ever, outpacing 2003's The Matrix Reloaded, which rang up $134.3 in its four-day opening span, the trade paper reported.

From Friday to Sunday, Episode III took in $108.5 million, a shade below the record $114.8 million Spider-Man took in from Friday through Sunday of its opening weekend.

Episode III, which opened on May 19, a Thursday, also made more than any other film in its first two days ($83.8 million), its first three days ($124.7 million) and four days ($158.5 million), the trade paper reported.

Meanwhile, unauthorized DVDs of Star Wars: Episode III.

Revenge of the Sith went on sale on the streets of Beijing only days after the film premiered in China May 19, the Reuters news service reported. By May 22, pirated discs were available everywhere, Reuters reported.

In Malaysia, authorities seized illegal copies of the film on May 20, the day after the film's release worldwide.

Police and domestic trade ministry officials found the DVDs unguarded in a warehouse near the Malaysian capital of Kuala Lumpur, Reuters reported. The latest haul, described as the biggest in Malaysia this year, was worth 5 million ringgit ($1.32 million).

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