Solo: Star Wars Story–Huge Disappointment

Solo: Star Wars Story continues to underwhelm at the box office, both domestically and internationally.

Disney and Lucasfilm’s latest brought in $29.3 million from 4,381 locations over the three-day period.

With a 65% decline from its $84 million three-day launch, “Solo’s” second weekend fell short of its predecessors.

The first “Star Wars” anthology film, “Rogue One,” made $64 million in its second weekend in 2016, while 2017’s “The Last Jedi” earned $71 million in its sophomore weekend.

Its second-weekend total brings “Solo’s” domestic tally to $149.5 million. “Solo” made $60 million this weekend, including $30.3 million overseas.

Its cumulative total is now $264 million. The Han Solo origin story earned a disappointing $103 million in the U.S. over its four-day holiday opening weekend and faltered with 68.2 million overseas.