I think it will do extremely well. I think of the hundred-or-so films and TV shows made from Stephen King's work, the recent It production was among the very best ever done. It deserved all its commercial success. As I've said many times, I learned in film criticism class there are four kinds of films: • films you like • films the critics like • films the public likes • and films that make money. It's rare you get a movie that hits all four points. There's lots of films I hate that made lots of money (I've been vocal about Transformers and Fast & Furious, to name two huge franchies). But there are also a lot of films that are merely "OK" to me -- not great, not good, but alright -- and some of those make a lot of money, too. Recently, Lion King was one of those, which is currently at $1.34 billion dollars. I didn't hate it nearly as much as I thought I would, but I also didn't love it. Once Upon a Time in Hollywood was a film I loved, but it's a very quirky, weird film, and I think people "of a certain age" would find it more interesting than a younger crowd. It's still making money, which is tough for a $100 million dollar R-rated film that runs over 160 minutes.