IT sequel set for September 2019 release

IT sequel set for September 2019 release

IT sequel set for September 2019 release

Good news, everyone - the IT sequel that you already knew was definitely happening now has a release date.

A sequel to the monster hit IT is on the way and New Line Cinema has given it a release date.

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Since its debut earlier this month, It has shattered numerous records, earning $US266.1 million in the United States to date and $US478.1 million globally. It now sits at over $478 million worldwide and was this past weekend's #2 movie at the box office.

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IT became the highest-grossing horror film of all time and has grossed over $478 million worldwide. It producers Barbara Muschietti, Roy Lee, Dan Lin, Seth Grahame-Smith, and David Katzenberg are expected to hop on board the project as well. We hear that the Blumhouse title moving forward on that Friday isn't the Akiva Goldsman-directed reboot of Stephen King's Firestarter, rather an original horror pic from the genre label.

"It", tells the story of a group of friends who get together to defeat their small town's demon, first as kids and then as adults. While the sequel will take place in the present, it will be punctuated with flashbacks, allowing the same cadre of kids to be seen again.

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In addition, Warner Bros. announced today that the untitled animation film on June 1 next year has moved to July 27 and is now known as Teen Titans Go! It's already become the highest-grossing movie in United States history, serving up some killer clown realness that it seems everyone can appreciate.

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