The Jaw-Dropping Graphic Tale Of Horror Rules Box Office, The Stephen King adaptation, sold tickets for about $ 91 million this weekend. Additionally, it also raised $ 94 million worldwide, the studio states. This is a massive success for Warner Bros. Although they are behind the predecessor. “IT” (2017) holds an enormous record of $ 120 million ticket sales in North America, upon release. IT: Chapter Two, It fell short of beating its predecessor, though. Also, Joker won the top prize at the Venice Film Festival, and Kristen Stewart wants to play a gay superhero.
Reviews Of The Original And The Sequel
The original “IT” was set on a 1989 summer plot where a group of children was haunted by a deadly clown Pennywise (Bill Skarsgard). Supernatural Mystery is the key factor that leads the film to be the highest-grossing box office horror film ever.
Andres Mushkitty is also to direct the sequel. In this horror graphic story, the plot is set exactly 27 years ahead of the previous one. It features adult characters. They include James McAvoy, Jessica Chastain, Bill Hader, and others. The same failed to impress critics like its predecessor. It has a 64 percent fresh rating of Rotten Tomatoes, while “IT” (2017) was 86 per cent. AO According to Scott, “It drags over the two-hour-forty-nine-minute film. It jumps out wearing its base and possibly even its patience as it lumbers toward the showdown.” The first “IT” ran for two hours and fifteen minutes.
IT: Chapter Two Did Not Face Any Competition
With its mind-blowing box office collection, the sequel didn’t face much competition. Feeling far behind “Angel Has Fallen” with ticket sales of about $ 6 million in its third weekend. “The Lion King” was a close collection of $ 4 million in its eighth weekend. “Overcomer” had $ 3 million in sales last weekend.
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