Solo’s Total Gross May Not Top The Force Awakens’ Opening Weekend

<img src="https://" /><p>Analysts believe that <a href=""><strong><em>Solo: A Star Wars Story</em></strong></a> may not manage to crack $250 million at the domestic box office in its entire theatrical run – a number that <a href=""><em>Star Wars: The Force Awakens</em></a> came close to topping in its opening weekend alone. Disney's three previous <em>Star Wars</em> entries – <em>The Force Awakens</em>, <a href=""><em>The Last Jedi</em></a> and <a href=""><em>Rogue One: A Star Wars Story</em></a> – all ended up passing $1 billion worldwide, but after a troubled (and expensive) production, <em>Solo</em> is proving to be the franchise revival's first stumble.</p><p>Of course, that doesn't mean that the movie is a box office bomb – merely that it's not meeting the expectations for a franchise as big as <em>Star Wars</em>. <em>Solo</em> stars Alden Ehrenreich as a young Han Solo, and was directed by Phil Lord and Chris Miller (<em>The Lego Movie</em>) until the pair left the project three weeks before the end of filming. Ron Howard (<em>Rush</em>) was then brought in to <a href="">finish the movie off and reshoot</a> much of what had already been filmed, bringing the planned $125 million budget up to a <a href="">hefty $250 million</a> – even higher than the production costs for <em>The Force Awakens</em>.</p> <strong>Click to continue reading <a href="">Solo's Total Gross May Not Top The Force Awakens' Opening Weekend</a></strong><br /><br /> <p>The post <a rel="nofollow" href="">Solo's Total Gross May Not Top The Force Awakens' Opening Weekend</a> appeared first on <a rel="nofollow" href="">ScreenRant</a>

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