Solo: A Star Wars Story tracking detects record-breaking Box office projections


Early tracking projections detect record-breaking Box office projections for the opening weekend of Solo: A Star Wars Story.

Evidently, the salty, crybaby Star Wars fanboys boycotting Solo: A Star Wars Story are in the minority, with Solo: A Star Wars Story opening weekend Box office projections on pace to break the record of Rogue One — and is setting its sights even higher.

Solo: A Star Wars Story is also estimated to shatter the previous Memorial Day weekend records held byPirates of the Caribbean: At World’s End  $139.8 million — projecting for sales of over $170 million, according to early tracking reports brought to you by Variety.

With a tremor in the Force created by Star Wars: The Last Jedi, I thought that the buzz for Solo: A Star Wars Story would be minimal. I was way off on my calculations, and I’m glad to be wrong.

What’s the reason for this surprising, (but a welcome one) spiked interest for Solo: A Star Wars Story?

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The latest trailer is no doubt to “blame” for the shift in the interest of the film, which was on point — with the recent promotional campaign kicking things up a notch, also.

Alden Ehrenreich has me sold as a young Han Solo and Donald Glover as Lando Calrissian is a perfect casting. Let’s not sleep on Chewbacca, who will be a significant role in the story, also

The movie that “nobody wanted,” according to some, might be what brings the Star Wars community back together. We can only hope!

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Solo: A Star Wars Story debuts May 25, 2018, worldwide.

Learn how you can buy tickets for Solo here, adding to these record-breaking projections.