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'Solo' Box Office Draws Are So Very Low


“Solo” is expected to make less than $40 million domestically this coming weekend. That’s at least a 53% drop from its already flaccid $84.7 million three-day debut. The overseas markets are simply not showing up to this Han Solo origin story. According to SFGate, the film might not even reach the half-billion mark. The Ron Howard film had a worse opening weekend than nearly every “Star Wars” film since 2000!

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