Star Wars Stories: Comparing Solo to Rogue One

<img src="https://" /><p>How does <strong><em><a href="">Solo: A Star Wars Story</a> </em></strong>compare to <a href=""><em>Rogue One</em></a>? As the first two <em>Star Wars</em> spin-offs, audiences will inevitably size these movies up side by side. Conceptually, these two films are the first Star Wars spinoff movies, a whole new type of adventure set in the beloved Galaxy Far, Far Away. <em>Rogue One </em>explored an untold chapter in Star Wars history, revealing the heroes who made Luke's Death Star run possible; <em>Solo</em>, in contrast, has finally revealed the true backstory of the galaxy's favorite scoundrel, Han Solo.</p><p>There's a sense in which <em>Solo: A Star Wars Story </em>is cursed by the success of <em>Rogue One</em>. That film broke $1 billion at the global box office, cementing the idea that a successful Star Wars movie should break one billion. No studio was ever going to be able to live up to that, but sadly this remarkable success makes <em>Solo</em>'s initial box office performance all the more painfully noticeable. <em>Solo</em> has currently delivered <a href="">an estimated $83.3 million opening weekend</a> against <em>Rogue One</em>'s $155 million. Given the sheer scale of <em>Solo</em>'s reshoots, it's actually possible the film's box office won't recoup its costs.</p> <strong>Click to continue reading <a href="">Star Wars Stories: Comparing Solo to Rogue One</a></strong><br /><br /> <p>The post <a rel="nofollow" href="">Star Wars Stories: Comparing Solo to Rogue One</a> appeared first on <a rel="nofollow" href="">ScreenRant</a>

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