This weekend at the box-office finally saw “IT,” the hit movie based on Stephen King's popular novel, get dethroned from the top spot by “Kingsman: The Golden Circle.” The newcomer managed to decisively beat out the record-breaking horror movie, which was in its third weekend.

'Kingsman' wins the box-office, outperforms original

Kingsman: The Golden Circle” topped the domestic box-office in its opening weekend, as the film took in $39 million from 4,003 theaters. While this was slightly below the pre-weekend projections of $40, it performed better than its 2015 predecessor, “Kingsman: The Secret Service,” which made $36.2 million.

Counting its overseas haul of $61.2 million, the 20th Century Fox film has already made $100.2 million, almost the same amount as its estimated production budget of $104 million. Starring Taron Egerton, Colin Firth, and Julianne Moore the film has gotten a lukewarm response from critics as it has a 50% rotten rating on “Rotten Tomatoes” from 187 reviews. However, audiences seem to like it more as it has a 74% audience score from 30,455 users on the site.

'It' comes in second but keeps making history

In its third weekend “It” fell to second place at the box-office, as it only took in $29.7 million from 4,007 theaters. However, the film has now made $266.1 million domestically and $211.7 million overseas for a three-weekend total of $477.8 million against an estimated production budget of only $35 million.

“It” has now made the most money ever for an R-rated horror film at the domestic box office, blowing past “The Exorcist” ($232.9 million).

How other new films did this past weekend

The LEGO Ninjago Movie” came in third place in its opening weekend, taking in $20.5 million from 4,047 theaters. It underperformed based on studio projections which were between $27-32 million and with an estimated budget of $70 million.

The third film in the Lego Movie franchise stars Jackie Chan, Dave Franco, and Fred Armisen and has a 53% critic rating on Rotten Tomatoes.

Friend Request” came in 7th place, taking in $2.4 million from 2,573 theaters. The Facebook-themed horror movie starring Alycia Debnam-Carey currently has a 19% critic rating on Rotten Tomatoes and a 31% audience score.

Stronger” came in 9th place, making $1.7 million from 574 theaters. The biographical drama film based on the memoir of the same name stars Jake Gyllenhaal as Jeff Bauman, who lost his legs in the Boston Marathon bombing. The film currently sports a 95% certified fresh score from critics and a 90% score from audiences.