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'It: Chapter Two' and 'Joker' will give Warner Bros. a boost at the box office after a terrible summer

Business Insider Monday, 19 August 2019
'It: Chapter Two' and 'Joker' will give Warner Bros. a boost at the box office after a terrible summer· Warner Bros. had a lackluster summer at the box office, with two flops in a row: "The Kitchen" and "Blinded by the Light."
· "Godzilla: King of the Monster" also underperformed earlier this summer compared to its predecessor. 
· But "It: Chapter Two" and "Joker" should give Warner Bros. a much-needed boost at the box...
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