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'SOLO' SLUMPS 65% FOR A $29M WEEKEND (06/04/2018)

Sophomore slump! The Force is not with Solo: A Star Wars Story in its second week out. The film earned $29.3 million in its second weekend, registering a serious 65.2% drop from its disappointing $84.4 million debut.

The film got fairly positive reviews, but it seems fans just aren’t here for Solo. While The Last Jedi also suffered from a 67% drop in its second weekend out, but it was coming off a $220 million debut. Plus, it hit the market during the Christmas Holiday season which gave it more of a cushion.

Solo nabbed $30 million overseas. Worldwide, it has earned $264.2 million globally. When Jurassic World: Fallen Kingdom opens June 6th, observers predict viewership for Solo will fall off completely.

Adjusted for inflation, Solo will be the lowest-grossing live-action theatrical Star Wars release of all time.

Meanwhile, Deadpool 2 landed in second place in its third weekend out with $23.8 million. The Ryan Reynolds-driven feature has made $255 million thus far in North America.

Walt Disney and Marvel’s Avengers: Infinity War earned another $10.37 million in its sixth weekend out, bringing the domestic cume to $642.8 million.

According to ComScore, the overall box office is up 6.2% year-to-date.


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Top 10 at the June 1-3 Box Office, Per ComScore:

1. Solo: A Star Wars Story — $29.3 million2. Deadpool 2 — $23.3 million3. Adrift — $11.5 million4. Avengers: Infinity War — $10.4 million5. Book Club — $6.8 million6. Upgrade — $4.5 million7. Life of the Party — $3.5 million8. Breaking In — $2.8 million9. Action Point — $2.3 million10. Overboard — $2 million

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