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‘Solo: A Star Wars Story’ Brings In A Record $14.1 Million At Thursday Box Office


“Solo: A Star Wars Story” earned $14.1 million at the Thursday box office. That figure breaks the Memorial Day record previously held by “Pirates of the Caribbean: At World’s End.” “Solo” is expected to break the record for the biggest four-day opening on Memorial Day. The film is on pace to bring in at least $140 million. A $140 million opening would be the lowest opening total for a Disney-released “Star Wars” film.

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