This summer has been a nightmare for United States Box office. The total collection from the tickets couldn’t even cross the $4 billion milestones. This is said to be the worst summer collection since 11 years as the sales have dropped down to around 15.7% worldwide.
Stephen King’s iconic horror novel based movie of the same name, ‘It’, is set to release on 8th September. The previews of the movies are quite astonishing. The movie is expected to bring the collection of around $60 million this weekend. The reason of such high estimates may be due to the fact that ‘It’ is the only want-to-see film that’s going to release in a long time.
This would not only be the “biggest-ever opening for a movie released in September,” but also set a new benchmark for R-rated, non-sequel horror films. The current record is held by James Wan’s The Conjuring with $41.8 million collections in its first weekend.
It’s already sporting a 100% on Rotten Tomatoes.