It Chapter Two looking to scare up $120 million domestic box office opening

In just a few short weeks, director Andy Muschietti takes us back to Derry for the final showdown between Pennywise and the Losers Club with New Line’s Stephen King adaptation It Chapter Two, and according to tracking estimates the sequel is on par to open as big as its 2017 predecessor.

According to Deadline, It Chapter Two is tracking $120 million domestically in its opening weekend, which would be the second-biggest September opening ever after the original film’s $123.4 million weekend).

Of course, tracking estimates aren’t always accurate, and with strong reviews and word of mouth, there’s every chance that the sequel could surpass Chapter One, and perhaps even offer some challenge Deadpool’s $132 million record as the biggest R-rated opening ever.

See Also: New Pennywise footage revealed in latest It Chapter Two TV spots

The first It grossed $700.4 million worldwide back in 2017, making it the highest-grossing horror movie of all time.
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