Ron Howard Comments on Solo’s Underwhelming Box Office

<img src="https://" /><p><strong><a href=""><em>Solo: A Star Wars Story</em></a> </strong>is falling short of expectations at the box office, and now director Ron Howard has weighed in. Despite its status as a heavily marketed tentpole blockbuster, the film's financial performance has been decidedly underwhelming so far. Both domestically and overseas, the story of a young Han Solo is failing to set the world on fire. So far, it's only brought in half of what <a href=""><em>Deadpool 2</em> did just two weeks ago</a>. Despite the generally positive reviews, <em>Solo</em> isn't exactly wowing audiences either. Its A- CinemaScore –  <a href="">on-par with George Lucas divisive' prequels</a> –  reflect this.</p><p>Some of this could be attributed <a href="">to<em> Solo's</em> notoriously troubled production</a>. The original directors, Phil Lord and Chris Miller, were famously fired due to creative differences. Ron Howard, who'd passed <a href="">on directing 1999's <em>The Phantom Menace</em></a>, was brought in to reshoot roughly 70 percent of the story. As the first anthology film about a beloved character from the classic <em>Star Wars</em> trilogy, Howard was likely brought in to make a safe, reliable popcorn movie. Though he delivered exactly that, <em>Solo</em> is still coming up short when it comes to box office gross.</p> <strong>Click to continue reading <a href="">Ron Howard Comments on Solo’s Underwhelming Box Office</a></strong><br /><br /> <p>The post <a rel="nofollow" href="">Ron Howard Comments on Solo’s Underwhelming Box Office</a> appeared first on <a rel="nofollow" href="">ScreenRant</a>

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