It’s trite and super-obvious, but it needs to be said: Disney probably has a bad feeling about this.
Solo: A Star Wars Story is looking at a three-day Memorial Day weekend box office of $83.3 million in the United States. That’s a great starting point for movies not called “Star Wars,” but the figure is much lower than what had been expected.
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In the run-up to opening weekend, Disney expected to pull in a four-day box office total of $130 million to $150 million. But at the current pace, there’s still some question as to whether or not Solo will manage to break $100 million. Read more…