Weekend Actuals: ‘Solo: A Star Wars Story’ ($29.3M) & ‘Deadpool 2’ ($23.1M) Lead Way with ‘Adrift’ ($11.6M)

Monday Update: Weekend actuals are below.

Weekend Actuals (Domestic)

FRI, JUN. 1 – SUN, JUN. 3

WIDE (1000+)

# TITLE WEEKEND LOCATIONS AVG. TOTAL WKS. DIST.
1 Solo: A Star Wars Story $29,396,882 -65% 4,381 0 $6,710 $148,989,574 2 Disney
2 Deadpool 2 $23,178,597 -47% 4,161 -188 $5,570 $254,506,035 3 Fox
3 Adrift $11,603,039 3,015 $3,848 $11,603,039 1 STX Entertainment
4 Avengers: Infinity War $10,507,279 -39% 3,570 -198 $2,943 $643,006,211 6 Disney
5 Book Club $7,039,033 -30% 3,169 359 $2,221 $47,555,781 3 Paramount Pictures
6 Upgrade $4,670,905 1,457 $3,206 $4,670,905 1 OTL Releasing
7 Life Of The Party $3,504,625 -35% 2,511 -426 $1,396 $46,350,255 4 Warner Bros. / New Line
8 Breaking In $2,811,515 -34% 1,682 -303 $1,672 $41,341,530 4 Universal Pictures
9 Action Point $2,390,164 2,032 $1,176 $2,390,164 1 Paramount Pictures
10 Overboard $1,949,527 -38% 1,228 32 $1,588 $45,497,721 5 Lionsgate / Pantelion
11 A Quiet Place $1,771,171 -27% 1,156 -368 $1,532 $183,520,369 9 Paramount
12 Show Dogs $1,527,370 -53% 2,327 -885 $656 $14,602,851 3 Global Road Entertainment

LIMITED (100 — 999)

# TITLE WEEKEND LOCATIONS AVG. TOTAL WKS. DIST.
1 RBG $1,060,087 -18% 432 16 $2,454 $7,835,946 5 Magnolia Pictures
2 Rampage $620,437 -27% 502 -186 $1,236 $95,111,646 8 Warner Bros
3 I Feel Pretty $297,566 -42% 315 -236 $945 $48,324,313 7 STX Entertainment
4 Super Troopers 2 $281,771 -54% 138 -83 $2,042 $30,318,666 7 20th Century Fox
5 Ready Player One $250,873 16% 271 30 $926 $136,060,031 10 Warner Bros. / DreamWorks
6 Black Panther $246,901 -49% 284 -156 $869 $699,129,850 16 Disney
7 The Rider $232,434 25% 224 117 $1,038 $1,732,373 8 Sony Pictures Classics
8 Disobedience $221,526 -47% 158 -66 $1,402 $3,062,768 6 Bleecker Street
9 Sherlock Gnomes $163,367 -35% 250 -48 $653 $42,889,815 11 Paramount / MGM
10 Pope Francis – A Man of His Word $162,505 -48% 273 -112 $595 $1,580,125 3 Focus Features
11 Isle of Dogs $140,901 -34% 129 -33 $1,092 $31,406,348 11 Fox Searchlight
12 Blockers $132,350 -36% 152 -45 $871 $59,630,490 9 Universal
13 A Wrinkle in Time $131,359 -43% 187 -15 $702 $97,946,988 13 Walt Disney Pictures
14 Tully $103,270 -51% 148 -43 $698 $9,173,645 5 Focus Features
15 Blumhouse’s Truth or Dare $93,285 -17% 113 -40 $826 $40,670,490 8 Universal
16 I Can Only Imagine $69,190 -28% 124 -29 $558 $83,156,108 12 Roadside Attractions
17 How To Talk To Girls At Parties $34,694 174% 103 101 $337 $54,914 2 A24

PLATFORM (1 — 99)

# TITLE WEEKEND LOCATIONS AVG. TOTAL WKS. DIST.
1 First Reformed $421,447 44% 91 62 $4,631 $1,023,243 3 A24
2 How Long Will I Love U $156,793 -23% 32 9 $4,900 $487,614 2 Well Go USA
3 On Chesil Beach $151,409 60% 89 64 $1,701 $362,245 3 Bleecker Street
4 American Animals $134,793 4 $33,698 $134,793 1 The Orchard
5 The Seagull $120,087 7% 52 23 $2,309 $516,040 4 Sony Pictures Classics
6 Pandas $92,125 -16% 35 0 $2,632 $1,803,024 9 Warner Bros.
7 The Gospel According to André $89,917 88% 21 17 $4,282 $174,758 2 Magnolia Pictures
8 Beast $89,520 -52% 92 -1 $973 $631,693 4 Roadside Attractions
9 Let The Sunshine In $72,024 -34% 66 -4 $1,091 $688,540 6 IFC Films
10 2001: A Space Odyssey (2018 re-issue) $70,212 -29% 5 1 $14,042 $916,050 3 Warner Bros.
11 Tyler Perry’s Acrimony $49,628 42% 80 40 $620 $43,523,850 10 Lionsgate
12 Mountain $36,018 14 $2,573 $86,709 4 Greenwich Entertainment
13 Chappaquiddick $30,077 -41% 68 -6 $442 $17,334,126 9 Entertainment Studios Motion Pictures
14 The Death of Stalin $30,003 -31% 26 -324 $1,154 $7,942,490 13 IFC Films
15 Peter Rabbit $28,133 -32% 84 -14 $335 $115,187,069 17 Sony / Columbia
16 Game Night $24,217 -28% 58 -2 $418 $68,940,558 15 Warner Bros.
17 The Miracle Season $23,038 -37% 31 -22 $743 $10,128,315 9 LD Entertainment
18 The Greatest Showman $17,029 -6% 32 -3 $532 $174,016,519 24 Fox
19 Beirut $14,779 1% 30 18 $493 $4,999,764 8 Bleecker Street
20 Summer 1993 $14,450 -32% 5 1 $2,890 $49,136 2 Oscilloscope Laboratories
21 Mary Shelley $13,662 9% 9 7 $1,518 $35,708 2 IFC Films
22 Filmworker $11,482 26% 15 10 $765 $66,704 4 Kino Lorber
23 102 Not Out $11,000 -77% 17 -26 $647 $1,339,909 5 Sony Pictures Releasing International
24 1945 $10,834 -2% 11 3 $985 $695,241 31 Menemsha Films
25 A Bag Of Marbles $10,557 -29% 7 -4 $1,508 $354,908 11 Gaumont
26 The Leisure Seeker $9,480 -37% 21 -5 $451 $3,185,826 13 Sony Pictures Classics
27 You Were Never Really Here $9,306 -48% 17 -2 $547 $2,510,467 9 Amazon Studios
28 A Kid Like Jake $8,936 1 $8,936 $8,936 1 IFC Films
29 Boom for Real: The Late Teenage Years of Jean-Michel Basquiat $8,726 -46% 9 -5 $970 $127,277 4 Magnolia Pictures
30 Grace Jones: Bloodlight and Bami $7,278 132% 9 2 $809 $332,484 8 Kino Lorber
31 The Doctor From India $7,173 5 $1,435 $24,554 7 Kino LorberZeitgeist Films
32 One Sings, the Other Doesn’t (2018 Re-Release) $6,700 1 $6,700 $6,700 1 Janus Films
33 Finding Your Feet $5,777 -58% 12 -8 $481 $1,413,278 10 Roadside Attractions
34 Red Sparrow $5,773 -79% 9 -4 $641 $46,869,980 14 20th Century Fox
35 Lean on Pete $5,697 -37% 16 -7 $356 $1,151,788 9 A24
36 Who We Are Now $5,360 3% 3 2 $1,787 $14,124 2 FilmRise
37 Breath $5,258 1 $5,258 $5,258 1 FilmRise
38 The Guardians $4,625 -41% 7 -3 $661 $64,846 5 Music Box Films
39 Champion $3,661 -49% 2 -2 $1,831 $95,817 4 Well Go USA Entertainment
40 Keep The Change $3,596 -39% 6 -1 $599 $196,505 12 Kino Lorber
41 Ganja & Hess $3,406 1 $3,406 $6,518 1 Kino Lorber
42 Zama $2,958 33% 7 2 $423 $180,302 8 Strand Releasing
43 Oh Lucy! $2,518 26% 4 0 $630 $368,268 14 Film Movement
44 Love, Simon $2,477 -73% 11 -10 $225 $40,823,113 12 20th Century Fox
45 Little Pink House $2,432 9% 3 -1 $811 $199,069 7
46 The Misandrists $2,262 -31% 1 0 $2,262 $7,997 2 Cartilage Films
47 Leaning Into The Wind $2,104 -31% 7 4 $301 $390,776 13 Magnolia Pictures
48 Claire’s Camera $2,099 2 $1,050 $75,844 13 Cinema Guild
49 Final Portrait $1,972 120% 4 -3 $493 $457,952 11 Sony Pictures Classics
50 Bye Bye Germany $1,922 20% 4 1 $481 $49,618 8 Film Movement
51 Strangers on the Earth $1,882 2 $941 $9,518 5 First Run Features
52 The Desert Bride $1,814 -59% 2 -2 $907 $19,952 5 Strand Releasing
53 The Endless $1,542 -83% 3 -4 $514 $266,060 9 Well Go USA Entertainment
54 Anything $1,504 95% 2 -1 $752 $18,070 4 Paladin
55 Bombshell: The Hedy Lamarr Story $1,400 37% 4 0 $350 $819,719 28 Zeitgeist
56 Sollers Point $1,352 -74% 4 0 $338 $29,427 4 Oscilloscope Laboratories
57 The Heart of Nuba $1,187 1 $1,187 $31,304 9 Abramorama
58 Cold Water $1,018 -1% 1 0 $1,018 $26,092 6 Janus Films
59 Lu Over the Wall $779 -54% 4 -1 $195 $107,454 4 GKIDS
60 Back to Burgundy $548 -70% 2 0 $274 $249,842 11 Music Box Films
61 Western $427 42% 1 0 $427 $37,551 16 Cinema Guild
62 Foxtrot $408 -66% 3 -2 $136 $616,186 14 Sony Pictures Classics
63 Le Corbeau (2018 Re-Release) $340 1 $340 $29,878 7 Rialto Pictures

Sunday Update: Studio weekend estimates are below.

Studio Weekend Estimates (Domestic)

FRI, JUN. 1 – SUN, JUN. 3

WIDE (1000+)

# TITLE WEEKEND LOCATIONS AVG. TOTAL WKS. DIST.
1 Solo: A Star Wars Story $29,296,000 -65% 4,381 0 $6,687 $148,888,692 2 Disney
2 Deadpool 2 $23,325,000 -46% 4,161 -188 $5,606 $254,652,438 3 Fox
3 Adrift $11,510,000 3,015 $3,818 $11,510,000 1 STX Entertainment
4 Avengers: Infinity War $10,371,000 -40% 3,570 -198 $2,905 $642,869,932 6 Disney
5 Book Club $6,800,000 -32% 3,169 359 $2,146 $47,316,748 3 Paramount Pictures
6 Upgrade $4,458,000 1,457 $3,060 $4,458,000 1 OTL Releasing
7 Life Of The Party $3,455,000 -36% 2,511 -426 $1,376 $46,300,630 4 Warner Bros. / New Line
8 Breaking In $2,820,000 -34% 1,682 -303 $1,677 $41,350,015 4 Universal Pictures
9 Action Point $2,315,000 2,032 $1,139 $2,315,000 1 Paramount Pictures
10 Overboard $1,975,000 -37% 1,228 32 $1,608 $45,523,194 5 Lionsgate / Pantelion
11 A Quiet Place $1,780,000 -27% 1,156 -368 $1,540 $183,529,198 9 Paramount
12 Show Dogs $1,550,794 -53% 2,327 -885 $666 $14,626,275 3 Global Road Entertainment

LIMITED (100 — 999)

# TITLE WEEKEND LOCATIONS AVG. TOTAL WKS. DIST.
1 RBG $1,100,000 -15% 432 16 $2,546 $7,875,859 5 Magnolia Pictures
2 Rampage $598,000 -29% 502 -186 $1,191 $95,089,209 8 Warner Bros
3 Super Troopers 2 $320,000 -48% 138 -83 $2,319 $30,356,895 7 20th Century Fox
4 I Feel Pretty $310,000 -39% 315 -236 $984 $48,336,747 7 STX Entertainment
5 Black Panther $247,000 -49% 284 -156 $870 $699,129,949 16 Disney
6 The Rider $243,055 31% 224 117 $1,085 $1,742,994 8 Sony Pictures Classics
7 Disobedience $211,271 -50% 158 -66 $1,337 $3,052,513 6 Bleecker Street
8 Sherlock Gnomes $165,000 -34% 250 -48 $660 $42,891,448 11 Paramount / MGM
9 Pope Francis – A Man of His Word $150,000 -52% 273 -112 $549 $1,567,620 3 Focus Features
10 Blockers $140,000 -32% 152 -45 $921 $59,638,140 9 Universal
11 A Wrinkle in Time $136,000 -41% 187 -15 $727 $97,951,629 13 Walt Disney Pictures
12 Isle of Dogs $135,000 -37% 129 -33 $1,047 $31,400,447 11 Fox Searchlight
13 Tully $110,000 -48% 148 -43 $743 $9,180,375 5 Focus Features

PLATFORM (1 — 99)

# TITLE WEEKEND LOCATIONS AVG. TOTAL WKS. DIST.
1 First Reformed $455,435 56% 91 62 $5,005 $1,057,231 3 A24
2 How Long Will I Love U $170,700 -17% 32 9 $5,334 $501,521 2 Well Go USA
3 On Chesil Beach $142,400 51% 89 64 $1,600 $353,236 3 Bleecker Street
4 American Animals $140,633 4 $35,158 $140,633 1 The Orchard
5 The Seagull $130,573 17% 52 23 $2,511 $526,526 4 Sony Pictures Classics
6 The Gospel According to André $82,000 72% 21 17 $3,905 $166,841 2 Magnolia Pictures
7 Let The Sunshine In $80,068 -27% 68 -2 $1,177 $696,584 6 IFC Films
8 2001: A Space Odyssey (2018 re-issue) $69,000 -30% 5 1 $13,800 $914,838 3 Warner Bros.
9 Tyler Perry’s Acrimony $50,000 43% 80 40 $625 $43,524,222 10 Lionsgate
10 Mountain $36,000 14 $2,571 $90,472 4 Greenwich Entertainment
11 Chappaquiddick $35,000 -31% 68 -6 $515 $17,339,049 9 Entertainment Studios Motion Pictures
12 The Death of Stalin $29,102 -34% 27 -323 $1,078 $7,941,589 13 IFC Films
13 Always at the Carlyle $18,212 -6% 23 10 $792 $90,613 4 Good Deed Entertainment
14 Summer 1993 $15,500 -27% 5 1 $3,100 $50,186 2 Oscilloscope Laboratories
15 Mary Shelley $14,459 15% 9 7 $1,607 $36,505 2 IFC Films
16 A Kid Like Jake $9,063 1 $9,063 $9,063 1 IFC Films
17 Breath $5,700 1 $5,700 $5,700 1 FilmRise
18 Who We Are Now $5,500 6% 3 2 $1,833 $14,264 2 FilmRise

 

Saturday Update: Disney’s Solo: A Star Wars Story will claim first place again in its second weekend with an early estimate of $29.3 million. Friday’s take accounted for $8.153 million, slipping 77 percent from opening day last week. The film looks to be falling in line with past Memorial Day openers like X-Men: Days of Future PastX-Men: Apocalypse, and Fast & Furious 6 with a projected weekend decline around 65 percent. With $127.75 million earned domestically through eight days of play, Solo unfortunately stands 8 percent behind the pace of DoFP and 48 percent behind Rogue One.

Deadpool 2 scored another $6.66 million to begin its third frame yesterday, bringing its domestic cume to a solid $237.99 million after 15 days — off about 10 percent from the pace of the first film, which was generally expected by this point in its run. The weekend estimate stands at $23.5 million.

Adrift posted an opening day of $4.23 million yesterday, coming in just 3 percent behind the $4.37 million first day of last summer’s 47 Meters Down. Distributor STX projects an $11.42 million weekend as of this morning.

Avengers: Infinity War posted another $2.8 million on Friday, bringing its domestic haul to a whopping $635.3 million. As it paces for a weekend around $10.2 million, the Marvel behemoth remains on course to overtake Jurassic World ($652.3 million) as the fifth highest grossing film of all-time in North America during the early portion of June.

Book Club rounded out the top five with another $2.11 million as it continues to counter-program in very successful fashion. With $42.6 million in the bank so far, look for a weekend around $7.1 million.

Meanwhile, Upgrade opened higher than expected with an estimated $1.671 million on Friday from just 1,457 locations, setting up the latest BH Tilt micro-budget release for a debut weekend around $4.5 million.

Action Pointhowever, proved to be a misfire with just $790,000 on opening day and a likely weekend around $2 million.

Early weekend estimates are below with updated numbers from the studios to follow on Sunday.

WIDE (1000+)

# TITLE WEEKEND LOCATIONS AVG. TOTAL WKS. DIST.
1 Solo: A Star Wars Story $29,300,000 -65% 4,381 0 $6,688 $148,892,692 2 Disney
2 Deadpool 2 $23,500,000 -46% 4,161 -188 $5,648 $254,827,438 3 Fox
3 Adrift $11,420,000 3,015 $3,788 $11,420,000 1 STX Entertainment
4 Avengers: Infinity War $10,200,000 -41% 3,570 -198 $2,857 $642,698,932 6 Disney
5 Book Club $7,100,000 -30% 3,169 359 $2,240 $47,616,748 3 Paramount Pictures
6 Upgrade $4,500,000 1,457 $3,089 $4,500,000 1 OTL Releasing
7 Life Of The Party $3,400,000 -37% 2,511 -426 $1,354 $46,245,630 4 Warner Bros. / New Line
8 Breaking In $2,700,000 -37% 1,682 -303 $1,605 $41,230,015 4 Universal Pictures
9 Overboard $2,100,000 -33% 1,228 32 $1,710 $45,648,194 5 Lionsgate / Pantelion
10 Action Point $2,000,000 2,032 $984 $2,000,000 1 Paramount Pictures
11 Show Dogs $1,500,000 -54% 2,327 -885 $645 $14,575,481 3 Global Road Entertainment
12 A Quiet Place $1,500,000 -38% 1,156 -368 $1,298 $183,249,198 9 Paramount

LIMITED (100 — 999)

# TITLE WEEKEND LOCATIONS AVG. TOTAL WKS. DIST.
1 RBG $900,000 -30% 432 16 $2,083 $7,675,859 5 Magnolia Pictures
2 Rampage $580,000 -31% 502 -186 $1,155 $95,071,209 8 Warner Bros
3 Super Troopers 2 $285,000 -53% 138 -83 $2,065 $30,321,895 7 20th Century Fox
4 Black Panther $245,000 -49% 284 -156 $863 $699,127,949 16 Disney
5 A Wrinkle in Time $145,000 -37% 187 -15 $775 $97,960,629 13 Walt Disney Pictures
6 Isle of Dogs $145,000 -32% 129 -33 $1,124 $31,410,447 11 Fox Searchlight
7 Blockers $125,000 -40% 152 -45 $822 $59,623,140 9 Universal

PLATFORM (1 — 99)

# TITLE WEEKEND LOCATIONS AVG. TOTAL WKS. DIST.
1 2001: A Space Odyssey (2018 re-issue) $50,000 -50% 5 1 $10,000 $895,838 3 Warner Bros.
2 Tyler Perry’s Acrimony $43,000 23% 80 40 $538 $43,517,222 10 Lionsgate
3 Chappaquiddick $42,000 -17% 68 -6 $618 $17,346,049 9 Entertainment Studios Motion Pictures

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Friday Update: STX’s Adrift set sail in positive fashion with an estimated $725,000 from Thursday night’s opening shows. Key comparisons include films like The Age of Adaline ($580,000) and Me Before You ($1.37 million), which opened to $13.2 million and $18.7 million weekends, respectively.

Meanwhile, Action Point‘s midnight show earnings are not being reported by Paramount until tomorrow when they are expected to be included with Friday’s gross.

BH Tilt’s Upgrade did not hold Thursday night screenings.

Follow Boxoffice throughout the weekend for further updates.

Boxoffice Staff

11 Comments

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    Dre June 01, 2018

    Expecting SOLO to do closer to $35+ million this weekend..just a working theory but given the myriad of sports last weekend…NBA conference finals..Champions League Finals..IPL finlas…Game 1 NHL finals…plus some others…males would not have been out in full force..this weekend they should be..with only Stanley Cup Game 3 tmr night…and NBA game 2 on Sunday…expecting higher numbers…a working theory

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      Daniel June 04, 2018

      Why would they be after after that abysmal last jedi? Lucasfilm sent a clear message: that the force is female and that anyone who doesn’t like it is a racist & sexist. This is merely reaping what you sow.

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        Jacen June 04, 2018

        If the force is female, then why do Kylo, Luke, and Snoke use it with ease? There is no correlation between the failure of Solo and a fundamentalist subset of SW fans’ and their hatred of Last Jedi. Solo was just a mediocre movie that came out too soon after another film in the series (and if people had really hated Last Jedi as much as the echo-chamber dwelling Jedi nerds think, then it would have plummeted 75% in each weekend after the first, topping out with no more than 350mil, instead of the 620mil that it finished with).
        Sigh–and here I was hoping this site would be free of all that nonsense.

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          harrisonjryan88 June 05, 2018

          I’ll tell you why.
          I watched The Last Jedi opening weekend.
          It was atrocious. I score movies on a 10-grade scale, and I gave it 2 out 10 (mainly for some great suspense buildups which were ultimately wasted by corny jokes at the end of every thrilling moment).
          And I couldn’t believe how horrible it was, not just as a Star Wars movie, but as a movie in general, how poorly it was paced and edited and everything.
          And I actually went to see it again the second weekend – I dunno, I hoped its gonna be better the second time.
          It wasn’t.
          I’m not making the same mistake again, and I’m not gonna be watching Solo or Episode IX.
          Kylo, Luke and Snoke, you say? Who is left from these three for the next one?

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            Jacen June 05, 2018

            Obviously Kylo, but my post stands. The Force is not “female” as the original Jedi Nerd Fundamentalist posted above. It is gender neutral. Return of the Jedi even confirms that in the dialogue between Luke and Leia. The prequels and cartoons had female Force users. Heck, even the comics during both the Dark Horse and original Marvel run had female Force users, but the poster above finds this objectionable in the new films. It’s a case of a little boy screaming at his kid sister “get out of my tree house!” As to your comments regarding the quality of Last Jedi, those are subjective. If I wanted to get into a lengthy discussion, I would support why I think Last Jedi is worthy of an 8, with my major problem being the Canto Bight sequence. But this site isn’t the place for that, and even if it were . . . this is the internet, where extreme hate flourishes, and I’m not interested in becoming an Id Monster.

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    Octopus June 02, 2018

    Why does Johnny Knoxville keep making movies? I get the feeling only his family and friends are going to watch Action point this weekend.

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      Wolverine June 02, 2018

      I saw the trailer for that before Deadpool 2 and I thought why was this movie made. It looked like one of the stupidest concepts for a movie in a long time. I hope he goes away fast and not carry his own movie ever again!

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    Mo June 02, 2018

    Black Panther edging ever closer to the $700m mark! Less than a million to go.

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    David Howell June 03, 2018

    Deadpool 2 is probably actually going to beat out Solo for second next week behind Ocean’s 8. Woof.

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    Chris Edwards June 04, 2018

    What is happening? You couldn’t bother to do any analysis of weekend openings with comparisons or attendance ratios! Didn’t bother doing year-to-date data either. Were you too hungover from the weekend?

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    George June 06, 2018

    Looks like Solo is flying on empty…

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