‘It’ dominates Box Office weekend by taking home $117 million

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JAEDEN LIEBERHER as Bill Denbrough, JEREMY RAY TAYLOR as Ben Hanscom, FINN WOLFHARD as Richie Tozier, SOPHIA LILLIS as Beverly Marsh, JACK DYLAN GRAZER as Eddie Kaspbrak, WYATT OLEFF as Stanley Uris and CHOSEN JACOBS as Mike Hanlon in New Line Cinema's horror thriller "IT," a Warner Bros. Pictures release.

Social media dominating ‘It’ breaks the records for largest September opening, largest Autumn opening and the largest opening for an R-rated horror film.

After having a hugely successful opening day, non-disappointingly the repeat has happened on Box Office weekend for Andy Muschietti’s directed ‘It’.

The adaptation of the well-known Stephen King’s novel cleared the way at the Box Office Weekend as films near it did not even come close. In second place came romantic comedy ‘Home Again’ with a much smaller take of $9 million, whilst in third came ‘The Hitman’s Bodyguard’ which has taken a step down from the Box Office weekend top spot with a modest $4.8 million.

Whilst ‘It” did well in the United States the film also did well in the UK bringing in a decent amount of $12.3 million and in Russia $6.7 million.

Globally ‘It’ has already turned in $179 million, and it looks like it will break even more records during its jaw opening run.