Stephen King’s IT defeats Tom Cruise’s American Made at the weekend box office


Even though many newcomers like Colin Firth and Channing Tatum starrer ‘Kingsman: The Golden Circle’ and Tom Cruise starrer ‘American Made’ have tried to usurp its top spot, but this Andrés Muschietti directorial just does not know how to lose. ‘American Made’ was not far behind and accumulated $17.01 million. It grabbed $17.3 million this weekend domestically. ‘IT’ also had the highest opening for a horror film in the history of cinema at a massive $123 million and ‘It’ also has earned more than double the earlier record holder, which was ‘Paranormal Activity 3′. For all the latest Entertainment News, download Indian Express App
© IE Online Media Services Pvt Ltd IT is based on the titular entity, who usually appears in the form of a clown called Pennywise and terrorises and murders children in a fictional Maine town called Derry. Ever since IT was released, it has been breaking one record after another. On the third spot is ‘Kingsman: The Golden Circle’ which earned $17 million. Related News
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Published:October 2, 2017 5:29 pm

IT is still going strong in the face of stiff competition from Tom Cruise’s American Made. At the United States box office, ‘IT’ accumulated a staggering $117.2m on its opening day. ‘IT’ has also received highly positive reviews overall and according to Rotten Tomatoes, a website that gives an aggregate rating, 84 percent of its reviews are positive. This is basically a war of three giants – Warner Bros’ ‘It’, Universal’s ‘American Made’ and 20th Century Fox’s ‘Kingsman: The Golden Circle’. Against IT stand a bunch of bullied children who call themselves The Loser’s Club. This is the third weekend out of four in which IT has remained on top position. It’ also had the biggest opening ever for a September film belonging to any genre.