The highly anticipated movie “Star Wars: The Force Awakens” finally hit several movie theatres across the world, with ticket sales already breaking several box office records. Meanwhile, Harrison Ford has a special message to fans who already watched the movie.

With barely a week after “Star Wars: The Force Awakens” was released in several movie theatres all over the world, initial ticket sales already show million-dollar earnings for J.J. Abrams' film. The seventh instalment in the “Star Wars” movie franchise opened in 12 international markets on Wednesday, such as France, Switzerland, Belgium and Sweden, among others. The Disney and Lucasfilm movie also debuted on Thursday in countries such as Australia, New Zealand, Hong Kong, Germany, Singapore and more.

Ticket sales for the Wednesday showing of “Star Wars: The Force Awakens” already grossed $14.1 million and has surpassed the records of first day showing of previous “Star Wars” movies, according to The Hollywood Reporter. France topped the list with $5.2 million, while Italy’s first day showing of the film was recorded at $2 million. The movie also broke records in markets such as Sweden and Norway, with first day showing sales of $1.7 million and $1.1 million, respectively. The same was observed in Belgium, Finland, the Netherlands and Switzerland.

“Star Wars: The Force Awakens” also broke Fandango’s record of highest US ticket sales, Cinema Blend reports. The online ticket service revealed that the movie has surpassed previous ticket sales records, which initially belonged to “Jurassic World.” What’s impressive is that the latest “Star Wars” film topped Fandango’s list through pre-sales amounting to $100 million.

Meanwhile, Harrison Ford, who plays Han Solo, has asked fans not to share “Star Wars” spoilers on social media, according to Cinema Blend. In an interview with Buzzfeed writer Scott Bryan, which was posted on the Vine, Ford told fans, “Don’t do that.” He added in a separate video that fans who already watched the movie and paid to enjoy the film should let others do the same. He explained that fans who have yet to see “Star Wars: The Force Awakens” should have the same satisfaction as other moviegoers.

“Star Wars: The Force Awakens” is already showing in Australia. It is set to open in Greece, Cyprus and Pakistan during Christmas week, while the film will be released in China on Jan. 9, 2016.

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