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IT Will Make More Money Than All Other Stephen King Movies

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IT is back in theaters once again and this time its doing better than ever before. The new Stephen King adaptation is thought to have the highest grossing of any other King movie adaptations. And it only took less than a week from its release to reach that amount of success! The first IT adaptation defied all expectations grossing more than $123 million in its opening frame. Yet according to Deadline, this IT is expected to surpass King's "The Green Mile," which made $136 million. And that's only taking into account domestic sales. Who knows how much the film will make both domestically and globally.

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