IT: Chapter Two continues its reign at weekend box office

By Marriska Fernandes on September 15, 2019 | Leave a Comment


IT: Chapter TwoPennywise continued to deliver thrills and chills in IT: Chapter Two, which finished first for the second weekend in a row. The film earned a monstrous $40.7 million, for a gross total of $153.8 million. Click here to read our review and here to watch our interview with director Andy Muschietti and producer Barbara Muschietti.

Hustlers, starring Jennifer Lopez and Constance Wu, made its debut in second place, earning $33.2 million. Click here to watch our interview with Constance Wu, and here to watch our interview with director Lorene Scafaria.

Angel Has Fallen, took the third spot in its fourth weekend. The third movie in the Fallen trilogy earned an additional $4.4 million for a total of $60.4 million.

Good Boys is still being enjoyed by moviegoers, taking fourth spot. The raunchy comedy gained an additional $4.3 million for a domestic haul of $73.3 million.

The Lion King has been a roaring success at the box office, now in its ninth weekend on the top five chart. The Disney film rounded out the top five, earning an additional $3.6 million for a domestic total of $534 million.~Marriska Fernandes



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