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‘IT’ Actually Made $123 Million at the Box Office This Weekend!

Numbers for New Line Cinema’s IT continue to float. Early tracking expected a $50 million opening for the Stephen King adaptation, then $65m, before reports said it could actually hit as high as $85m. After a record-breaking Friday night, $100m was all but guaranteed, and even then nobody anticipated the whopping $117m it was estimated to […]
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