Director Andy Muschietti’s upcoming Horror sequel, It: Chapter Two has managed to create quite the buzz among moviegoers as the movie inches closer to its release. Now, producer Barbara Muschietti has confirmed that the movie will receive a director’s cut as well.
The anticipation for It: Chapter Two doesn’t come as a surprise since the original It movie based on Stephen King’s 1986 novel turned out to be a massive box office hit. Fans’ doubt over Muschietti’s ability to adapt the novel and provide a new twist vanished after the first film’s initial release, and with the upcoming sequel yet again receiving an R-Rating and its fascinating mix of talented actors playing the Adults loser club has us surely questioning if this will be another blockbuster.
It was recently reported that It: Chapter Two’s runtime will be a lengthy 2 hours 45 minutes but it still doesn’t seem to cover all the scenes filmed by director Andy Muschietti. During an interview with Digital Spy— Producer Barbara Muschietti revealed that the filmmakers will release a director’s cut for It: Chapter: Two:
“We will put out a director’s cut because this time it definitely merits it. We have some amazing scenes that didn’t make it into the movie. You have to make choices sometimes and some things cannot be in this theatrical release but are definitely worthy of people seeing them at a later date.”
The new It: Chapter Two trailer and scenes released during SDCC already assures that the film will be heavy on the gore, violence and present us with gritty horrifying scenes. But it is currently unknown if the select scenes were cut due to its lengthy runtime or if they were too disturbing to be included in the theatrical cut.
The stakes are surely higher since the upcoming sequel will be the final film and any form of error could hurt the entire franchise.
It: Chapter Two releases on September 06, 2019.
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