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US Boxing Office: Pennywise is Back

Image The past weekend did not bring any surprises to American distributors: all the old-timers of the US box office trembled in front of Pennywise, and the second part of "It" took the lead at the box office. At the same time, the horror has created a decent gap between the first and second places, and even the much-praised "Strippers", who are just getting ready to release, will not disturb the killer clown.

The top 5 North American box office for September 6-8 is as follows:

1. "It 2"


Week at the box office: 1
Added: $ 91 million
Total box office: $ 91 million
Sank / Rise: - (-)

The sequel started weaker than the first part, which earned $ 123 million in its first weekend. However, New Line studio can be happy: the dilogy, based on the cult work of Stephen King, is firmly entrenched at the top of the list of the highest grossing horror films in the history of the North American box office. If we compare the results of "It" and "It 2" on the world stage, the gap here is quite small - the second film grossed a total of $ 185 million, while the first had $ 189.7 million by the end of the premiere week.

2. "Fall of an Angel"


Week at the box office: 3
Added: $ 6 million
Total box office: $ 53.5 million
Sag / Rise: -1 (-49.1%)

The vice-leader of the North American box office earned 15 times less than It 2. "Angel Fall" was left without half the audience, and while viewers do not give the action movie a chance to recoup the $ 40 million budget in home theaters. Triquel is on schedule for Fall of London, but overseas action fans eventually helped. The third part cannot boast of large-scale support in other countries.

3. "Good Boys"


Week at the box office: 4
Added: $ 5.4 million
Total box office: $ 66.8 million
Sank / Rise: -1 (-43.3%)

But Good Boys, with a worldwide gross of $ 82 million, was four times the production budget of $ 20 million. As expected, the comedy No Sex Comes was left behind. ($ 60.3 million) and "In Flight" ($ 63.2 million).

4. "The Lion King"


Week at the box office: 8
Added: $ 4.2 million
Total box office: $ 529.1 million
Sank / Rise: -1 (-39.4%)

The Lion King has been in the top five for the eighth consecutive week, and such stability would be the envy of many films. The film by Jon Favreau is gradually replenishing its assets, which at the world box office have almost reached the $ 1.6 billion mark.

5. "Winner"


Week at the box office: 3
Added: $ 3.8 million
Total box office: $ 24.7 million
Sank / Rise: +1 (-33.8%)

Alex Kendrick's tape added in the number of cinemas, which is why its losses in a week amounted to only 33%. Although the film is not a record holder among religious dramas, it has already paid for its $ 5 million budget.

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Author: Jake Pinkman