Solo: A Star Wars Story, in its second weekend, continued to lose altitude. The space adventure from Disney and Lucasfilm attracted an estimated $29.3 million in North America, down 65 percent from the $84.7 million in claimed in its first three days. The film's domestic tally currently stands at $148.9 million.
That puts the new film well below the $286 million that 2016's Rogue One, the previous stand-alone Star Wars movie, captured by the end of its second weekend. Rogue One earned $64 million domestically in its sophomore session after falling 59 percent from its opening weekend.
Internationally, Solo picked up $30.3 million for the three days, for an overall global weekend of nearly $60 million that brings its worldwide total to date to $264.2 million.
Fox's Deadpool 2 was the weekend's No. 2 finisher at the North American box office as Ryan Reynolds' skewed superhero tale took in an additional $23.3 million to bring its domestic haul to $254.7 million.