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Jordan Peele Set To Break His Own Record With Release Of 'Us'

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Jordan Peele's new horror flick “Us” is blowing by all analysts’ expectations this weekend. According to SFGate, Peele's second film saw an opening day total of $29 million, and is estimated to gross $67 million from 3,741 screens this weekend. If that estimate holds, “Us” will have doubled the opening weekend of Peele’s debut film “Get Out," which earned $33.3 million at the box office. Not only that, it will have set a new opening weekend record for original horror films, beating the $50.2 million of last year’s “A Quiet Place.”

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