Universal’s “American Made” is currently in a tight race against “Kingsman: The Golden Circle” and “It” for the top spot at this weekend’s box office. Estimates currently have the R-Rated Tom Cruise crime film making $16.5 million from 3,024 screens this weekend, matching the mid-teens pre-weekend projection from independent trackers.Meanwhile, “Kingsman” is estimated to make virtually the same amount in its second weekend after making $39 million last week, while “It” is just barely behind with a $16.3 million weekend. “It” has now passed “Gravity” to become the highest grossing film released between Labor Day and Halloween.
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