Solo: A Star Wars Story: Dismal Box-Office Overseas

Solo: A Star Wars Story is currently tracking the lowest opening for a Star Wars movie.

The Han Solo origin film began its international run with a dismal $65 million this weekend.

Its three-day domestic total of $84 million and four-day estimate of $101 million would bring “Solo’s” worldwide launch to $148 million.

The most recent “Star Wars” installment, “The Last Jedi,” opened internationally in December 2017 with $230 million and went generated $712 million overseas.

“Rogue One” — the first standalone “Star Wars” anthology film — debuted in 2016 with an international total of $134 million, ultimately earning $523 million overseas.

The UK leads “Solo’s” overseas market with $10.3 million, followed by China with $10.1 million, Australia with $5 million, and Germany with $4.3 million.

Other key territories include France ($3.9 million), Russia ($3.6 million), Spain ($2.6 million), Mexico ($2.5 million), and Italy ($2.2 million). “Solo” opens next weekend in Croatia and Trinidad.

The only key market it didn’t launch in is Japan, where it bows on June 29.