'It' Is Now Biggest September Release Ever After $60 Million 2nd Weekend news
Warner Bros./New Line’s “It” is now the highest grossing September release ever after making $59 million in its second weekend. That gives the film a ten-day total of $218 million and puts it well on pace to become only the fourth R-Rated movie to gross over $300 million domestically. The September record was previously held by “Crocodile Dundee,” which made $174.8 million in 1984. More to come…

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