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Solo: A Star Wars Story (2018)

Solo: A Star Wars Story
Theatrical Performance
Domestic Box Office $211,902,976Details
International Box Office $161,437,838Details
Worldwide Box Office $373,340,814
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Synopsis

Through a series of daring escapades deep within a dark and dangerous criminal underworld, Han Solo meets his mighty future copilot Chewbacca and encounters the notorious gambler Lando Calrissian, in a journey that will set the course of one of the Star Wars saga’s most unlikely heroes.

Metrics

Latest Ranking on Cumulative Box Office Lists

RecordRankAmount
All Time Domestic Box Office (Rank 101-200) 173 $211,902,976
All Time International Box Office (Rank 501-600) 506 $161,437,838
All Time Worldwide Box Office (Rank 201-300) 299 $373,340,814
All Time Domestic Box Office for Walt Disney Movies 48 $211,902,976
All Time International Box Office for Walt Disney Movies 92 $161,437,838
All Time Worldwide Box Office for Walt Disney Movies 64 $373,340,814

See the Box Office tab (Domestic) and International tab (International and Worldwide) for more Cumulative Box Office Records.


Movie Details

Production Budget:$250,000,000
Domestic Releases: May 25th, 2018 (Wide) by Walt Disney
May 25th, 2018 (IMAX) by Walt Disney
International Releases: May 23rd, 2018 (Wide) (Indonesia)
May 23rd, 2018 (Wide) (Italy)
May 24th, 2018 (Wide) (China)
May 25th, 2018 (Wide) (Argentina)
May 25th, 2018 (Wide) (Australia)
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MPAA Rating: PG-13 for sequences of sci-fi action/violence
(Rating bulletin 2525 (Cert #51539), 5/2/2018)
Running Time: 135 minutes
Franchise: Star Wars
Comparisons: vs. Rogue One: A Star Wars Story
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Keywords: Prequel, Space Opera, Smuggler, Heist
Source:Spin-Off
Genre:Adventure
Production Method:Live Action
Creative Type:Science Fiction
Production Companies: Lucasfilm
Production Countries: United States

Ranking on other Records and Milestones

RecordRankAmountChart
Date
Days In
Release
Fastest to $200m 124 $201,315,484 Jun 22, 2018 30
Fastest to $150m 100 $151,954,195 Jun 1, 2018 11
Biggest Domestic Monday 26 $18,596,323 May 28, 2018 4
Fastest to $100m 68 $103,016,812 May 25, 2018 4
Biggest Domestic Sunday 76 $24,443,468 May 27, 2018 3
Biggest Domestic May Weekend 28 $84,420,489 May 25, 2018 3
Biggest Domestic Opening Weekend 82 $84,420,489 May 25, 2018 3
Top Adventure Weekend Domestic 33 $84,420,489 May 25, 2018 3
Top Live Action Weekend Domestic 55 $84,420,489 May 25, 2018 3
Biggest Domestic Non-Sequel Weekend 29 $84,420,489 May 25, 2018 3
Top PG-13 Weekend Domestic 67 $84,420,489 May 25, 2018 3
Top Science Fiction Weekend Domestic 19 $84,420,489 May 25, 2018 3
Top Spin-Off Weekend Domestic 4 $84,420,489 May 25, 2018 3
Top Walt Disney Weekend Domestic 32 $84,420,489 May 25, 2018 3
Biggest Domestic Weekend 90 $84,420,489 May 25, 2018 3
Memorial Day (All Movies, 3-Day) 7 $84,420,489 May 25, 2018 3
Memorial Day (All Movies, 3-Day, Inflation Adjusted) 15 $84,420,493 May 25, 2018 3
Memorial Day (All Movies, 4-Day, Fri-Mon) 7 $103,016,812 May 25, 2018 3
Memorial Day (All Movies, 4-Day, Fri-Mon, Inflation Adjusted) 16 $103,016,813 May 25, 2018 3
Memorial Day (Opening, 3-Day) 7 $84,420,489 May 25, 2018 3
Memorial Day (Opening, 3-Day, Inflation Adjusted) 13 $84,420,493 May 25, 2018 3
Memorial Day (Opening, 4-Day, Fri-Mon) 7 $103,016,812 May 25, 2018 3
Memorial Day (Opening, 4-Day, Fri-Mon, Inflation Adjusted) 14 $103,016,813 May 25, 2018 3
Top 2018 Theater Average 20 $19,270 May 25, 2018 3
Widest Opening Weekend 7 4,381 May 25, 2018 3
Fastest to $50m 85 $59,977,021 May 25, 2018 2
Top Adventure Day Domestic 62 $35,375,125 May 25, 2018 1
Top Live Action Day Domestic 88 $35,375,125 May 25, 2018 1
Biggest Domestic Non-Sequel Day 45 $35,375,125 May 25, 2018 1
Top Science Fiction Day Domestic 40 $35,375,125 May 25, 2018 1
Top Spin-Off Day Domestic 6 $35,375,125 May 25, 2018 1
Top Walt Disney Day Domestic 64 $35,375,125 May 25, 2018 1
Biggest Domestic Friday 63 $35,375,125 May 25, 2018 1
Biggest Domestic May Day 44 $35,375,125 May 25, 2018 1

Lead Ensemble Members

   Han Solo
   Tobias Beckett
   Qi'ra
   Lando Calrissian
   Val
   Dryden Vos
   L3-37
   Chewbacca
   Rio

Supporting Cast

Harley Durst    Moloch
Jon Kasdan    Tag Greenley
Toby Hefferman    Bink Otauna
Ian Kenny    Rebolt
Clint Howard    Ralakili
Linda Hunt    Lady Proxima

Cameos

Anthony Daniels    Tak
Kiran Shah    Karjj
Warwick Davis    Weazel

For a description of the different acting role types we use to categorize acting perfomances, see our Glossary.

Production and Technical Credits

   Director
Lawrence Kasdan    Screenwriter
Jon Kasdan    Screenwriter
Kathleen Kennedy    Producer
Allison Shearmur    Producer
Simon Emanuel    Producer
Jon Kasdan    Executive Producer
Jason McGatlin    Executive Producer
Phil Lord    Executive Producer
Christopher Miller    Executive Producer
Bradford Young    Director of Photography
Neil Lamont    Production Designer
Pietro Scalia    Editor
Glyn Dillon    Costume Designer
David Crossman    Costume Designer
John Powell    Score Composed and Adapted by
John Williams    Han Solo Theme and Original Star Wars Music by
Rob Bredow    Visual Effects Supervisor
Rob Bredow    Co-Producer
Neal Scanlan    Special Creature Effects by
George Lucas    Character Creator

The bold credits above the line are the "above-the-line" credits, the other the "below-the-line" credits.

Weekend Wrap-Up: Jurassic World and Incredibles Combine for Biggest June Weekend

June 26th, 2018

Jurassic World: Fallen Kingdom

Jurassic World: Fallen Kingdom beat expectations with $148.02 million over the weekend, but it wasn’t the only monster hit in theaters. Incredibles 2 added $80.35 million during its second weekend of release, which helped the overall box office become the biggest June weekend of all time. The overall box office rose just 2.3%, but that was enough to break the record with $277 million. This is also 98% higher than the same weekend last year. 2018 has had a string of hits that have dominated their 2017 counterparts, even if they missed expectations, so it is no surprise that 2018 has a lead over 2017 in the year-over-year comparison. However, that lead is surprisingly larger. It has grown to 9.1% or $490 million at $5.85 billion to $5.36 billion. No year has started as fast as 2018 has, and even its estimated ticket sales are the best in the 2010s. More...

Weekend Estimates: Fallen Starts Out on Top

June 24th, 2018

Jurassic World: Fallen Kingdom

Sequels usually start faster but fall quicker, when compared to their predecessor. However, no one expected Jurassic World: Fallen Kingdom to follow suit. In fact, many thought it would collapse. That wasn’t the case, as Fallen Kingdom opened with $150 million over the weekend. Granted, this is nearly 30% lower than Jurassic World’s opening weekend, but it could have been much worse. On the downside, its reviews are almost exactly 50% positive, which suggests weak legs. It did earn an A minus from CinemaScore, so audiences did like the film more than critics did, so we have mixed signals about what the movie will do going forward. Internationally, the film added $106.7 million over the weekend for a three-week total of $561.5 million. This includes a $12.3 million debut in Mexico. More...

Weekend Predictions: Can Dinosaurs Stomp the Competition?

June 21st, 2018

Jurassic World: Fallen Kingdom

Jurassic World: Fallen Kingdom is the only wide release of the week and it was expected to dominate the box office. That was until Incredibles 2 broke records last weekend. Furthermore, Fallen Kingdom’s reviews have fallen below the overall positive level. Now there might be a race at the box office, at least on the daily charts. Meanwhile, this weekend last year, Transformers: The Last Knight missed expectations with just $45 million over the weekend and $70 million in five days. Fallen Kingdom had better earn $45 million on Friday alone, or it is in serious trouble. More...

Weekend Wrap-Up: Incredible Doesn’t Even Begin to Describe It

June 18th, 2018

Incredibles 2

Incredibles 2 became the first potential monster hit since Infinity War to beat tracking numbers, opening with a mind-numbing $182.69 million. It is hard to describe how amazing this opening is. It has rewritten the record book when it comes to animated films and it gives Disney the top three openings of 2018 and four of the top five. This is twice as much as the rest of the box office earned over the entire weekend. There were other new releases this week, with Tag doing fine. Its $14.95 million opening is nothing special, but it should break even sometime on the home market. SuperFly, on the other hand, was a disappointment. The overall box office grew by 126% from last weekend, with Incredibles 2 earning about 50% more than the entire box office pulled in last weekend. The film was just shy of the same weekend last year, while the overall box office rose by 43%. Year-to-date, 2018 continues to have a lead over 2017, and it has grown to a commanding lead of 6.6% or $340 million at $5.44 billion to $5.10 billion. Granted, we are barely halfway through the year, but 2018 is in a great position to break the all-time yearly box office record. More...

Weekend Estimates: $180 million Opening is Beyond Incredible

June 17th, 2018

Incredibles 2

Incredibles 2 was widely expected to dominate the box office over the weekend, but after the two previous potential monster hits missed high expectations, I thought it was wise to be a little more pessimistic. I was wrong. Incredibles 2 opened with an estimated $180 million. This is not only the best opening for a Pixar film, and an animated film in general, it is the 8th biggest opening weekend of all time. (It could slip a little in tomorrow’s final numbers, putting it in 9th place behind Captain America: Civil War.) The film is already the 50th biggest animated hit of all time and unless its legs are shorter than expected, it will quickly race to the top of that chart. Speaking of legs, Incredibles 2 has the best reviews in the top ten and earned a stunning A plus from CinemaScore. To be frank, perhaps stunning isn’t the right word. Perhaps “expected” is a better term, as Pixar has earned 7 A plus ratings out of its 20 films and has never once slipped below an A minus. Internationally, the film opened in second place with $51.5 million in 25 markets and earned a Pixar-best opening in Mexico ($12.3 million) and Argentina ($3.0 million). In fact, it was outstanding in all of Latin America. It is also the fasting opening Pixar film in Australia with $7.7 million, while it managed the studio’s second biggest opening in Russia with $5.4 million. Granted, the film is not doing as well internationally as it is domestically; however, it is still on pace for $1 billion worldwide, so there’s no way the studio isn’t celebrating this opening. More...

Friday Estimates: Incredibles Smashes Animated Records

June 16th, 2018

Incredibles 2

Incredibles 2 opened with $71.55 million on Friday. To put this in perspective, it is already the biggest digital animation of 2018 and even if it doesn’t sell a single ticket on Saturday and Sunday, this would still be the fifth biggest opening weekend for a Pixar film and the 13th biggest opening for an animated film. Assuming its 93% positive reviews and its A plus from CinemaScore help its legs, it could top Solo: A Star Wars Story’s running tally by the end of the weekend. On the other hand, an opening weekend of $180 million seems like a solid goal after an opening day like this and that will put it on pace for over $500 million domestically. More...

Weekend Predictions: How Incredible can the Incredibles Open?

June 14th, 2018

Incredibles 2

Incredibles 2 leads a group of three wide releases coming out in theaters this week. It should open with more than the rest of the box office combined. Tag is a film that many will find a little unbelievable, even though it is based on real-life events. Its reviews suggest a moderate opening, but nothing too special. The buzz surrounding SuperFly is really quiet, but it is being aimed at its target audience in a much more focused ad campaign, which makes judging said campaign’s effectiveness more difficult. Ocean’s 8 should have no trouble earning second place, while it could avoid falling 50%. Meanwhile, this weekend last year, Cars 3 opened with $53.69 million, while Wonder Woman added $41.27 million over the same weekend. I would be shocked if Incredibles 2 doesn’t open with more than those two films earned combined. 2018 should win in the year-over-year comparison with relative ease. More...

International Box Office: Fallen Kingdom Falls compared to Jurassic World

June 12th, 2018

Jurassic World: Fallen Kingdom

Jurassic World: Fallen Kingdom opened in first place on the international chart with $150.9 million in 48 markets. The film’s biggest market was South Korea, where it set the opening day record with $9.7 million, but its overall weekend was not quite as impressive, as it earned $15.17 million for a total opening of $26.57 million. That three-day total is better than Jurassic World, but its a drop from the opening day to its weekend total. This could be a sign of weak word-of-mouth and that’s troubling as its reviews have slipped below the overall positive level. The film also cracked $10 million in both the U.K. ($19.20 million in 662 theaters) and in France ($10.91 million in 700), but this is lower than the predecessor managed in both those markets. Overall, the film will have little trouble earning $1 billion worldwide, but it very likely won’t live up to Jurassic World. More...

Weekend Wrap-Up: Ocean’s 8 has Franchise Best Opening with $41.61 million

June 12th, 2018

Ocean’s 8

The weekend was very kind to Ocean’s 8, as it opened with $41.61 million. This is not only the top result this weekend, it is the best opening weekend in the franchise. Hereditary also opened on the high end of expectations, leaving just Hotel Artemis as the only disappointment of the weekend. Overall, the box office rose 13% from last weekend to $120 million. More importantly, this was 17% lower than the same weekend last year. That said, it could have been worse and 2018 still has a 5.1% / $250 million lead over 2017 at $5.11 billion to $4.86 billion. More...

Weekend Estimates: Ocean’s 8 Tops Chart, Franchise

June 10th, 2018

Ocean’s 8

Ocean’s 8 matched expectations with $41.5 million over the weekend. If it can maintain this figure, then it will open in the $10,000 club, while even if its final numbers slips a little, it still would be on pace for $100 million domestically. Its reviews have settled to 67% positive, and it managed an acceptable B plus from CinemaScore, so its legs should be average. Fortunately, with a start like this, it only needs average legs to break even early in its home market run. More...

Friday Estimates: Ocean’s 8 Opens With $15 million, Fallen Kingdom Will Steal its Thunder

June 9th, 2018

Ocean’s 8

Two of the three new releases opened well on Friday. Ocean’s 8 open with $15.8 million, putting it on pace for an opening weekend of $42 million. This is the best opening in the franchise. It is also the cheapest installment in the franchise with a $70 million production budget, so it won’t need amazing legs to break even during its initial push into the home market. Its reviews are 69% positive, while it earned a B plus from CinemaScore. Neither of those results are particularly good, but they are no reason to panic either. Unfortunately, it won’t have the same legs as its predecessors, as the market has changed in the past decade. Furthermore, films with predominately female casts don’t do as well internationally, so the film will rely a little more on its domestic numbers to break even. That said, Warner Bros. should be happy with this result. More...

Weekend Predictions: Ocean’s 8 Looks to Steal Top Spot

June 7th, 2018

Ocean’s 8

Ocean’s 8 leads a trio of new releases this week and it might be the only one to reach the top five. It is certainly the only one competing for first place. Hereditary is earning amazing reviews, but it is an art house horror movie and those tend to struggle at the box office. Finally there’s Hotel Artemis, which is earning the quietest buzz of the three releases. Solo: A Star Wars Story and Deadpool 2 should remain strong helping the overall box office. However, while this year’s new releases are better than last year’s new releases, with Wonder Woman’s sophomore stint, 2018 is going to suffer another loss. Next week will be better. More...

International Box Office: Deadpool Reclaims Top Spot with Solo Slipping to Second

June 5th, 2018

Deadpool 2

Deadpool 2 returned to first place with $41.6 million in 79 markets for totals of $344.00 million internationally and $598.51 million worldwide. It opened in first place in Japan with $5.5 million, which is close to 30% better than the original managed in its opening there. More...

Weekend Wrap-Up: Box Office Is Far from Wonderful

June 4th, 2018

Solo: A Star Wars Story

The overall weekend went about as well as expected. Unfortunately, that’s not good news. Solo: A Star Wars Story fell about as much as the average sophomore blockbuster film falls during a post-holiday weekend, earning first place with $29.40 million, while Deadpool 2 was the only other film to earn more than $20 million, landing in second with $23.18 million. The biggest new release of the week was Adrift with $11.60 million. The overall box office fell 42% from last weekend to just $106 million. To put this into perspective, this weekend last year, Wonder Woman opened with $103 million. That one movie made almost as much as the entire box office made this year. The year-over-year decline was 43%. Fortunately, 2018 is still ahead of 2017 by a sizable amount at 6.8% or $310 million at $4.94 billion to $4.63 billion and in a couple of weeks, 2018 should start winning again in the year-over-year comparison. More...

Weekend Estimates: Solo and Deadpool put New Releases In their Place

June 3rd, 2018

Solo: A Star Wars Story

We predicted Solo: A Star Wars Story would earn about $30 million during its second weekend of release and it earned $29.3 million over the weekend. I’m calling that a victory. It did fall 65%, but this is a standard decline for a tentpole release after a holiday weekend. The film has $148.89 million after 10 days of release and is on pace to top $200 million domestically. Internationally it has $115.3 million, including $30.3 million this past weekend. It doesn’t open in Japan until the end of June, but once it does, it should reach $400 million worldwide. Had the film not needed extensive reshoots, this would have been enough to break even, eventually. More...

Friday Estimates: Solo Remains Tops, Adrift Floats, Action Sinks

June 2nd, 2018

Solo: A Star Wars Story

As expected, Solo: A Star Wars Story earned top spot on Friday with $8.15 million. We predicted it would earn about $30 million and it looks like that’s the case, although it’s on track for the lower end of that range, with a $29 million sophomore stint. If it recovers next weekend, then it will remain on pace for $200 million domestically. However, getting to that milestone is more about saving face than breaking even at this point. Even if the film’s reviews help it become a hit on the home market, it’s not going to break even any time soon. Fortunately, The Last Jedi made enough profits that Disney will still be happy with the overall results of the franchise. Plus there’s always merchandising, something the Star Wars films helped perfect. More...

Weekend Predictions: Solo Will Have No Trouble Setting the New Releases Adrift

May 31st, 2018

Solo: A Star Wars Story

While there are three wide releases coming out this week, Solo: A Star Wars Story should have no trouble remaining in top spot. In fact, Adrift is the only wide release that has a better than 50/50 shot at $10 million over the weekend. Action Point may or may not reach the top five. Meanwhile, there are some who think Upgrade will miss the Mendoza Line. This weekend last year, Wonder Woman opened with more than $100 million. The top ten won’t get there this year. 2018 is going to get crushed in the year-over-year competition. More...

Theater Averages: 2001 Re-Release Remains Tops

May 30th, 2018

Solo: A Star Wars Movie

2001: A Space Odyssey remained in first place on the theater average chart with $24,810 in four theaters. The number one film, Solo: A Star Wars Movie, was next with an average of $19,270. The Gospel According to Andre earned an average of $11,951 in four theaters. First Reformed remained in the $10,000 club with an average of $10,064 in 29 theaters during its second weekend of release. More...

International Box Office: Solo Doesn’t Soar, Still Tops Chart with $65.0 million

May 30th, 2018

Solo: A Star Wars Story

Solo: A Star Wars Story earned first place on the international chart with $65.0 million in 54 markets; however, this is about half what the film needed to make to be a undisputed financial success. The film only cracked $10 million in one market, the U.K. where it made $10.3 million. However, China was close behind with $9.71 million over the weekend and $9.84 million including previews. More...

Weekend Wrap-Up: Solo’s $100 million Opening still a Disappointment

May 30th, 2018

Solo: A Star Wars Story

Memorial Day long weekend is off its peak and its been a while since it was breaking records regularly. (Half of the top ten three-day and four-day records are a decade old or older.) That didn’t change this year, as Solo: A Star Wars Story missed expectations with $84.42 million / $103.02 million during its opening weekend. You can’t even claim it missed expectations because Deadpool 2 stole its thunder, as that film also fell faster than anticipated. Overall, the box office fell 13% from last weekend down to $182 million. This is still 29% higher than the same three-day weekend last year. If you include Monday, the weekend pulled in $226 million, which is about 27% higher than last year. Year-to-date, 2018 has a 8.3% / $370 million lead over 2017 at $4.79 billion to $4.42 billion. That lead will shrink in the next couple of weeks, but overall, 2018 is looking really healthy. More...

Weekend Estimates: Solo Opens Lower than Expected with $101 million, Still Dominates Competition

May 27th, 2018

Solo: A Star Wars Story

Solo: A Star Wars Story opened with an estimated $83 million / $101 million over the three-day / four-day weekend. It had the best Memorial Day long weekend since 2014, when X-Men: Days of Future Past opened with $111 million over four days. In fact, this result is the fourth best Memorial Day long weekend opening in the past decade. That said, it was much lower than expected and some are calling it a box office failure. That’s complicated. The film was originally going to cost $150 million to make, making it the cheapest installment in the new Star Wars franchise. However, they reportedly had to reshoot 70% of the movie, which lifted the price to $250 million. The box office needed to break even during the film’s initial push into the home market rose from about $500 million to $650 million. And with an initial international debut of $65.0 million in 54 markets, this film is just not going to get there. The unending talk of behind-the-scenes trouble seems to have hurt the film’s box office chances and even its good reviews and its A minus from CinemaScore won’t be enough to turn things around. That said, it is far from a complete disaster and the franchise will continue, although it might be wise for Disney to not release so many installments in the franchise so quickly. Three in 18 months is a bit too much. This isn’t the MCU. More...

Friday Estimates: Solo Opens on Low End of Expectations with $35.63 million

May 26th, 2018

Solo: A Star Wars Story

Historically, Memorial Day long weekend has been a major weekend at the box office; however, the past few years the weekend has struggled somewhat. If you look at the three-day and four-day records, more than half of the top ten happened a decade ago or earlier. So it is not a shock that Solo: A Star Wars Story didn’t break records on Friday by earning $35.63 million. This is slightly better than X-Men: Days of Future Past, meaning Solo has the best opening Friday for Memorial Day weekend in five years. Depending on its legs, it could earn a spot in the top five over the full weekend. Its reviews have settled on a 71% positive, which is good, but not great, while it managed an A minus from CinemaScore. The film should earn $90 million / $110 million over the weekend, which is still an okay start. More...

Thursday Night Previews: Solo’s $14.1 million Start is Fastest for Memorial Day Weekend

May 25th, 2018

Solo: A Star Wars Story

Solo: A Star Wars Story has already broken a record earning $14.1 million during its previews, which is nearly $1 million ahead of the previous record for Memorial Day long weekend. That record was $13.2 million held by At World’s End, which also holds the records for three-day and four-day Memorial Day weekends. Solo also earned better reviews, but At World’s End opened over a decade ago, so its previews are not a good comparison. Last year, Dead Men Tell No Tales started with $5.5 million, while the year before that, Apocalypse opened with $8.2 million. Even if we use the lower multiplier, this still puts Solo on pace for $113 million / $137 million. That’s close to the records for Memorial Day, which seems a bit bullish. We will have a better idea once Friday’s estimates are in. More...

Weekend Predictions: Will the Latest Star Wars Release Open Solo or So High?

May 24th, 2018

Solo: A Star Wars Story

Memorial Day long weekend is usually a great weekend to open a big release. However, this year, Solo: A Star Wars Story is the wide release of the weekend. It will obviously open in first place, but how will it compare to the recent releases in the Star Wars franchise? Deadpool 2 will have no trouble earning second place and could by the end of the weekend be in the black. (It depends heavily on how much it cost to advertise, but I think its combined budget is around $200 million.) The only other film expected to make a dent at the box office is Avengers: Infinity War, which has already earned $600 million domestically. This weekend last year, Pirates of the Caribbean: Dead Men Tell No Tales opened in first place with $62.98 million / $78.48 million. There are some who think Solo will double that. I’m not that bullish, but I do think Solo will lead 2018 to an easy win in the year-over-year competition. More...

2018 Preview: May

May 1st, 2018

Solo: A Star Wars Story

April was all about Avengers: Infinity War, which earned about as much during its opening weekend as the next two biggest films, A Quiet Place and Rampage, will earn in total. However, moving Infinity War to April has left a big gap for the first two weeks of May. It isn’t until Deadpool 2 debuts that we have a potential $100 million movie, while the week after Solo: A Star Wars Story closes the month on a strong note. Fortunately, both of those films are expected to earn more than $100 million during their opening weekends alone and combined could earn over $700 million domestically. Last May, Guardians of the Galaxy Vol 2 helped the month get off to a fast start, but it was the only monster hit of the month. Infinity War opening a week early will mean the month will start slower, in terms of new releases, but Infinity War’s record-breaking debut should help 2018 come out ahead in the end. More...

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Domestic Cumulative Box Office Records


Weekend Box Office Performance

DateRankGross% ChangeTheatersPer TheaterTotal GrossWeek
2018/05/25 1 $84,420,489   4,381 $19,270   $84,420,489 1
2018/06/01 1 $29,396,882 -65% 4,381 $6,710   $148,989,574 2
2018/06/08 2 $15,748,575 -46% 4,335 $3,633   $176,700,049 3
2018/06/15 4 $10,001,056 -36% 3,182 $3,143   $193,765,143 4
2018/06/22 6 $4,507,532 -55% 2,338 $1,928   $202,639,402 5
2018/06/29 9 $2,687,670 -40% 1,654 $1,625   $207,673,785 6
2018/07/06 13 $1,071,432 -60% 778 $1,377   $210,931,529 7
2018/07/13 20 $390,000 -64% 315 $1,238   $211,902,976 8

Daily Box Office Performance

DateRankGross% ChangeTheatersPer TheaterTotal GrossDays
2018/05/25 1 $35,375,125   4,381 $8,075   $35,375,125 1
2018/05/26 1 $24,601,896 -30% 4,381 $5,616   $59,977,021 2
2018/05/27 1 $24,443,468 -1% 4,381 $5,579   $84,420,489 3
2018/05/28 1 $18,596,323 -24% 4,381 $4,245   $103,016,812 4
2018/05/29 1 $7,295,767 -61% 4,381 $1,665   $110,312,579 5
2018/05/30 1 $4,855,886 -33% 4,381 $1,108   $115,168,465 6
2018/05/31 1 $4,424,227 -9% 4,381 $1,010   $119,592,692 7
2018/06/01 1 $8,121,086 +84% 4,381 $1,854   $127,713,778 8
2018/06/02 1 $12,318,620 +52% 4,381 $2,812   $140,032,398 9
2018/06/03 1 $8,957,176 -27% 4,381 $2,045   $148,989,574 10
2018/06/04 1 $2,964,621 -67% 4,381 $677   $151,954,195 11
2018/06/05 1 $3,987,363 +34% 4,381 $910   $155,941,558 12
2018/06/06 1 $2,544,321 -36% 4,381 $581   $158,485,879 13
2018/06/07 1 $2,465,595 -3% 4,381 $563   $160,951,474 14
2018/06/08 3 $4,055,635 +64% 4,335 $936   $165,007,109 15
2018/06/09 2 $6,551,179 +62% 4,335 $1,511   $171,558,288 16
2018/06/10 2 $5,141,761 -22% 4,335 $1,186   $176,700,049 17
2018/06/11 2 $1,803,047 -65% 4,335 $416   $178,503,096 18
2018/06/12 2 $2,265,615 +26% 4,335 $523   $180,768,711 19
2018/06/13 2 $1,617,851 -29% 4,335 $373   $182,386,562 20
2018/06/14 2 $1,377,525 -15% 4,335 $318   $183,764,087 21
2018/06/15 4 $2,488,274 +81% 3,182 $782   $186,252,361 22
2018/06/16 4 $3,593,143 +44% 3,182 $1,129   $189,845,504 23
2018/06/17 4 $3,919,639 +9% 3,182 $1,232   $193,765,143 24
2018/06/18 5 $1,100,258 -72% 3,182 $346   $194,865,401 25
2018/06/19 5 $1,329,329 +21% 3,182 $418   $196,194,730 26
2018/06/20 6 $1,008,965 -24% 3,182 $317   $197,203,695 27
2018/06/21 4 $928,175 -8% 3,182 $292   $198,131,870 28
2018/06/22 6 $1,269,170 +37% 2,338 $543   $199,401,040 29
2018/06/23 6 $1,914,444 +51% 2,338 $819   $201,315,484 30
2018/06/24 6 $1,323,918 -31% 2,338 $566   $202,639,402 31
2018/06/25 7 $527,879 -60% 2,338 $226   $203,167,281 32
2018/06/26 7 $694,944 +32% 2,338 $297   $203,862,225 33
2018/06/27 7 $552,478 -21% 2,338 $236   $204,414,703 34
2018/06/28 6 $571,412 +3% 2,338 $244   $204,986,115 35
2018/06/29 9 $753,982 +32% 1,654 $456   $205,740,097 36
2018/06/30 8 $1,073,990 +42% 1,654 $649   $206,814,087 37
2018/07/01 9 $859,698 -20% 1,654 $520   $207,673,785 38
2018/07/02 8 $485,731 -43% 1,654 $294   $208,159,516 39
2018/07/03 8 $637,351 +31% 1,654 $385   $208,796,867 40
2018/07/04 10 $666,040 +5% 1,654 $403   $209,462,907 41
2018/07/05 10 $397,190 -40% 1,654 $240   $209,860,097 42
2018/07/06 13 $342,946 -14% 778 $441   $210,203,043 43
2018/07/07 13 $428,462 +25% 778 $551   $210,631,505 44
2018/07/08 14 $300,024 -30% 778 $386   $210,931,529 45
2018/07/09 13 $141,994 -53% 778 $183   $211,073,523 46
2018/07/10 13 $173,873 +22% 778 $223   $211,247,396 47
2018/07/11 12 $147,236 -15% 778 $189   $211,394,632 48
2018/07/12 11 $118,344 -20% 778 $152   $211,512,976 49
2018/07/13 - $115,000 -3% 315 $365   $211,627,976 50
2018/07/14 - $180,000 +57% 315 $571   $211,807,976 51
2018/07/15 - $95,000 -47% 315 $302   $211,902,976 52

Weekly Box Office Performance

DateRankGross% ChangeTheatersPer TheaterTotal GrossWeek
2018/05/25 1 $119,592,692   4,381 $27,298   $119,592,692 1
2018/06/01 1 $41,358,782 -65% 4,381 $9,440   $160,951,474 2
2018/06/08 2 $22,812,613 -45% 4,335 $5,262   $183,764,087 3
2018/06/15 4 $14,367,783 -37% 3,182 $4,515   $198,131,870 4
2018/06/22 6 $6,854,245 -52% 2,338 $2,932   $204,986,115 5
2018/06/29 9 $4,873,982 -29% 1,654 $2,947   $209,860,097 6
2018/07/06 14 $1,652,879 -66% 778 $2,125   $211,512,976 7

Box Office Summary Per Territory

Territory Release
Date
Opening
Weekend
Opening
Weekend
Theaters
Maximum
Theaters
Theatrical
Engagements
Total
Box Office
Report
Date
Argentina 5/25/2018 $461,230 0 0 0 $903,451 7/4/2018
Australia 5/25/2018 $4,998,015 785 785 2418 $12,570,124 7/9/2018
Brazil 5/25/2018 $1,300,000 0 0 0 $3,616,826 7/7/2018
Bulgaria 5/25/2018 $130,760 0 0 0 $421,718 7/10/2018
China 5/24/2018 $9,700,000 79127 79127 92805 $16,600,000 6/18/2018
Czech Republic 5/25/2018 $336,642 161 161 459 $913,931 7/5/2018
France 5/25/2018 $3,900,000 0 0 0 $11,239,931 7/13/2018
Germany 5/25/2018 $4,300,000 0 0 0 $16,290,314 7/13/2018
Hong Kong 5/25/2018 $0 0 0 0 $953,218 6/8/2018
India 5/25/2018 $199,823 0 0 0 $300,771 6/15/2018
Indonesia 5/23/2018 $0 0 0 0 $1,773,295 6/15/2018
Italy 5/23/2018 $1,723,824 0 0 0 $5,188,280 7/10/2018
Japan 6/29/2018 $5,900,000 0 0 0 $5,900,000 7/13/2018
Lithuania 5/25/2018 $22,535 187 187 358 $67,346 6/26/2018
Mexico 5/25/2018 $2,467,765 0 0 0 $4,934,750 7/13/2018
Netherlands 5/25/2018 $720,594 124 124 683 $2,804,332 7/13/2018
New Zealand 5/25/2018 $779,781 180 180 637 $1,970,496 7/9/2018
Poland 5/25/2018 $976,794 0 0 0 $3,501,379 7/13/2018
Portugal 5/25/2018 $249,496 120 120 375 $762,018 7/6/2018
Russia (CIS) 5/25/2018 $2,949,097 0 1296 4430 $6,008,675 7/13/2018
Slovakia 5/25/2018 $107,115 72 72 160 $264,899 6/26/2018
South Korea 5/25/2018 $932,661 569 569 969 $1,752,351 6/27/2018
Spain 5/25/2018 $2,222,129 403 403 1900 $7,049,756 7/13/2018
Sweden 5/25/2018 $1,300,000 0 0 0 $2,800,000 6/18/2018
Taiwan 5/25/2018 $599,025 0 0 0 $955,718 6/15/2018
Turkey 5/25/2018 $210,623 551 551 1067 $484,513 7/4/2018
United Kingdom 5/25/2018 $8,074,106 680 684 3754 $25,581,816 7/11/2018
 
Rest of World $25,827,930
 
International Total$161,437,838 7/13/2018

International Cumulative Box Office Records


Worldwide Cumulative Box Office Records


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