It: Chapter Two killed it at the box office this weekend, opening with an estimated $91 million for a first-place debut -- not quite the $123 million the first film opened with back in 2017, but good enough to rank it as the second-largest horror film opening of all-time behind the original, which itself is the only horror film to ever open with more than $100 million.

TWLWTitle (click to view)Studio

Weekend Gross

1NIt: Chapter TwoWB (NL)$91,000,000
21Angel has FallenLGF$6,000,000
32Good BoysUni.$5,390,000
43The Lion King (2019)BV$4,193,000
64Hobbs & ShawUni.$3,720,000
712The Peanut Butter FalconRAtt.$2,276,430
87Scary Stories to Tell in the DarkLGF$2,275,000
95Ready or NotFoxS$2,229,000
1011Dora and the Lost City of GoldPar.$2,170,000

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