IT: Chapter 2: James McAvoy and Bill Hader's film crosses the USD 100 million mark at the US box office

IT: Chapter 2, which stars James McAvoy and Bill Hader, seems to be getting a lot of box-office love as the Andy Muschietti directorial has successfully crossed the $100 million mark at the US box-office. Read below for more details.
IT: Chapter 2 has been winning hearts for its brilliant performances.IT: Chapter 2 has been winning hearts for its brilliant performances.
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IT: Chapter 2 is winning hearts worldwide as Pennywise is back to haunt the Losers Club, 27 years since the events of IT (2017). This time, the losers are all grown up and away from each other and the little town Derry, Maine. However, uncertain circumstances bring the allies together, one more time, to finally put an end to the dangerous clown! James McAvoy, Jessica Chastain, Bill Hader, Isaiah Mustafa, Jay Ryan, James Ransone and Andy Bean take on the roles of the adult losers while Bill Skarsgård is back as Pennywise.

When it comes to the box-office numbers in the US, according to Forbes, IT: Chapter 2 collected an impressive $8.1 million on Tuesday, which puts its total five-day collection to $104.641 million. In terms of global box-office numbers, the Andy Muschietti directorial, which is based on Stephen King's 1986 namesake novel, collected $213 million. We could be looking at $114.5 million at the end of the first week, in terms of the US box-office collection. IT: Chapter 2 is yet to release in France, Hong Kong and Japan.



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This is indeed big numbers for the second installment in the horror movie franchise!

ALSO READ: IT: Chapter 2 Review: James McAvoy, Bill Hader & Jessica Chastain's film is twice as scary and entertaining

Meanwhile, in an interview with Entertainment Weekly, Skarsgård revealed that he would be up for IT 3 but, "it would have to be the right type of approach to it." The actor added, "There is this interesting aspect of going back in time before all this happened. There might be a story there that might be worth exploring." 

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