Although it couldn’t match the first movie’s opening, IT: Chapter Two was still massive with the seventh biggest opening of 2019 and the second largest horror opening of all time.
The fall movie season gets off to a spooky start with the massive conclusion to 2017’s IT, IT: Chapter Two, the only new release of the weekend.
27 years after they thought they defeated him, Pennywise is back to terrorize Derry and the grown members of The Loser’s Club must return home to try and stop him once and for all in IT: Chapter Two.
The grown members of the Losers Club reunite back in their hometown of Derry, ME to try and stop the demonic Pennywise once and for all in the upcoming IT: Chapter Two.
With a bunch of fantastic Stephen King adaptations hitting recently, Hulu is looking to try something a little different with their upcoming drama Castle Rock, which is set in the larger Stephen King universe but isn’t directly adapting a specific story as horrific things happen in and around the titular Maine town.
Terrorizing Derry, ME for centuries, Pennywise aka IT can take any form, especially what it’s victim most fears, and emerges every 27 years to feed on the children of the town.
Kingsman: The Golden Circle took down Pennywise at the box office while Friend Request had the worst opening ever for a movie in over 2,500 theaters.
IT easily stayed on the top of the box office as it rises up the ranks of highest grossing films of 2017 while mainstream audiences outright rejected Darren Aronofsky’s latest, mother!, giving it a rare “F” on the Cinemascore audience survey.
A reboot of the Stephen King novel, and the 90s miniseries with the indelible performance of Tim Curry, the new IT is an excellent reboot that wisely updates and cuts certain things while keeping the heart and scares intact as The Losers’ Club takes on the horrifying entity that prays on their fears.
September begins with possibly the best horror movie of the year with the new IT while Reese Witherspoon stars in an apparently terrible new romantic comedy.