Here's how the 'Star Wars: The Force Awakens' logo looks like in other countries

When “Star Wars: Episode VII” opens in theatres this December, it won’t just be a big hit in the US.

It will be a huge, global phenomenon.

The film is expected to shatter box-office records currently held by “Avatar” and “Titanic.” Analyst estimates have ranged from $US1.2 billion – $US1.75 billion globally, and still, that may not be enough.

While US audiences know the film as “The Force Awakens,” fans around the globe will know the next “Star Wars” by many different names.

Take a look at how fans around the world refer to “Star Wars: Episode VII.”

First, here's what the logo for 'The Force Awakens' looks like in English.

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In France, they call it 'Le Reveil De La Force.'

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This is what it goes by in Russia.

In Spain it's known as 'El Despertar De La Fuerza.'

The Portuguese translation is 'O Despertar Da Força'

In Italy, 'The Force Awakens' is known as 'Il Risveglio Della Forza.'

This is what everybody in Thailand sees.

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In Germany, 'The Force Awakens' goes by 'Das Erwachen Der Macht.'

In Czech Republic, it's called 'Síla Se Probouzí.'

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In Poland, 'The Force Awakens' has an especially long title. It goes by 'Gwiezdne wojny: Czesc VII - Przebudzenie Mocy.'

In Hungary, 'The Force Awakens' goes by 'Az Ebredő Erő.'

The full title of the movie in Turkey is 'Yildiz Savaslari: Bölüm VII - Güç Uyaniyor.'

And here's how South Korea sees 'Star Wars.'

The recent Korean trailer included this unique logo as well as a brand new shot from the film.

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