"It" racks up an impressive $60 million in its second week of release, bringing its worldwide cume to $371m; "American Assassin" is good for $15m.
The estimates for "It" kept going up, and up, and up -- and still came in low, as the Stephen King adaptation crushes records with a monstrous $117 million opening.
With no big movies released this weekend, cinemas recorded one of their lowest-grossing Labor Day weekend ever.
"The Hitman's Bodyguard" leads a very weak weekend at the box office; "Annabelle: Creation" still rolling.
"The Dark Tower" earns $19.5 million, enough for first place in the weakest box office weekend of the summer.
The war epic stays strong in its second week, preventing the worst-reviewed movie of 2017 from taking the top spot at the box office.
The war drama "Dunkirk" leads the box office with $50 million; "Girls Trip" finds its audience with $30 million.
"War for the Planet of the Apes" opens strong with $56 million, edging "Spider-Man: Homecoming" in its second weekend.