Pennywise the Clown may have been defeated back in 2019 in IT, but you don’t have to wait 27 years for him to come back.
IT: Chapter Two made another splash in the box office last weekend, but it looks like director Andy Muschietti isn’t completely done with the franchise.
Hollywood is sort of going through a ‘Stephen King Renaissance’; after the reboots for IT and Pet Sematary, we’re set to have the sequel to
IT: Chapter Two basically closes the book on the Losers Club and their plight with Pennywise, but with the franchise’s success, everyone is thinking WB
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Back in 2017, the IT reboot managed to become a smash hit, and director Andy Muschietti is pushing forward with his sequel later this year.
It is arguably one of the best and most memorable novels from famed horror writer, Stephen King. Unsurprisingly, the latest retelling of the story featuring
Andy Muschietti absolutely horrified audiences last year with his adaptation of Stephen King’s IT, and he’s currently working on the sequel set to come out
The reboot of Stephen King’s IT has gone down to be one of the most successful horror movies ever made, and production has already started
The 2017 film remake of the Stephen King novel It made it pretty big at the box office. The horror flick earned a whopping $700 million
The IT reboot exceeded expectations last year when it came out as one of the most successful horror movies of all time, and now director Andy Muschietti is gearing up for the sequel. He’s just posted a picture on Instagram marking the return of production for IT: Chapter 2.
If you’re familiar with IT you know that in the book the kids come back to town as adults to once again face Pennywise, and with that information known fans have been speculating who should play the adult versions of the kids and one constant name that’s been showing up is Jessica Chastain.
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