Disney rolled out its highly-anticipated Solo: A Star Wars Story in theaters nationwide for Thursday sneak preview screenings, and it has already set a new box office record. The Thursday sneak peek tallies are in, with Solo: A Star Wars story earning $14.1 million, the highest Thursday sneak peek over the Memorial Day holiday weekend, breaking the record of $13.2 million set by Pirates of the Caribbean: At World's End in 2007. That movie also holds the all-time four-day Memorial Day weekend box office record of $139.8 million, which is in jeopardy of being broken by Solo: A Star Wars Story now.

Early box office projections had put Solo: A Star Wars Story at $170 million for the four-day holiday weekend, but those predictions have cooled considerably, with projections now between the $130 million and $150 million range for the four-day weekend. Disney will roll out Solo: A Star Wars Story in 4,381 theaters this weekend, the fifth widest release in history, just barely beating out Iron Man 3 by one theater (4,380). Solo: A Star Wars Story will also likely mark the first Memorial Day weekend film to gross over $100 million in four years, since the $110.5 million tally of X-Men: Days of Future Past in 2014. Here's what Paul Dergarabedian, senior media analyst for comScore, had to say about this year's holiday frame.

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"Memorial Day weekend needs to get its groove back after a multi-year downturn that ranked last year's frame at No. 18 all-time for the holiday and unfortunately marked the third straight year the industry did not deliver a $100 million four-day opener. Solo looks to restore this holiday frame to its former glory and its place as one of the most important weekends of the year and the all-important summer movie season."

Unlike most holiday weekends, which are normally jam-packed with some of the biggest films of the year, Solo: A Star Wars Story will have the four-day frame to itself, although it will have to contend with last weekend's winner, Deadpool 2, which took in $125.5 million last weekend and is likely eyeing a second weekend in second place with between $50 million and $60 million, with Avengers: Infinity War likely slipping to third place with roughly $20 million, Book Club likely falling to fourth with between $10 million and $12 million and Life of the Party likely rounding out the top 5 with a tally between $5 million and $7 million.

Solo: A Star Wars Story will likely have the lowest three-day (Friday through Sunday) tally, which we're projecting at $110.5 million, since Disney purchased LucasFilm in 2012. 2015's Star Wars: The Force Awakens debuted with a then-record of $247.9 million, while 2016's Rogue One: A Star Wars Story earned $155 million and last year's Star Wars: The Last Jedi debuted with $220 million. Solo: A Star Wars Story also marks the return to the traditional May release date for the Star Wars franchise, with this exact date also marking the 41st anniversary of Star Wars: A New Hope and the 35th anniversary of Star Wars: Return of the Jedi. You can head over to Variety for their full report on the holiday weekend box office.