IT Director Is Planning Supercut of Both Movies, Will Shoot New Scenes




IT The Second Chapter Director Andres Muschietti Contemplates turn out other movie footage for his supercut of the two installments. The highly anticipated sequel was easily able to clinch the world's first place after the world premiere last weekend. While the film earned much less money than the opening weekend of the first installment, it was still enough to easily take first place. There is still a lot of time for the future to make a lot of money at the box office, so we have to wait to see how it ends with the first movie.

Taking 900 pages to book and adapting it to the big screen is not an easy task. Andres Muschietti is well aware of this, and that is why he took special care when making of Chapter Two which even proposed a new scene by Stephen King. Now that the film is out, Muschietti does not hesitate to admit that he wants to shoot additional footage for a great cut of both episodes. It would also add unused footage from both movies to make them as close to the book as possible. He explains.

"The studio probably does not know it … No, we are in talks with the studio to do a supercut, which is basically both films edited with all the material that is not in the published versions. And yes, there are some scenes I want to shoot to make a new experience. "

Asked about those extra scenes that he wants to shoot, Andres Muschietti played shy. He revealed that one of them is from the book, but the other is something that he wants to keep a surprise. "I want to be a little mystical about this," said the director. Whatever the case may be, it seems that we will have much more in the future IT . The original cut of IT of Chapter Two was four hours, so it can include many things. At the time of writing these lines, the director says that the supercut could last nearly 7 hours.

As for a possible third film, Andres Muschietti admitted that he would further explore the world of Pennywise, the dancing clown. it is not clear if this will actually happen. The director began to tease this idea before IT Chapter Two seems to want to develop it, or at least advance it to studio when the time is right.

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Bill Skarsgard is ready to return as Pennywise for another film. He would like to make a prequel exploring the origins of Pennywise, which could be interesting. They are running out of Stephen King's source material, so they would be working on something completely new. That said, King fans may not be so supportive of this idea unless the author has helped write a new story or contributed some basic information. Let's hope that Skarsgard and Andres Muschietti have good news for us soon. While waiting for more information, you can view the Muschietti interview below, thanks to the SYFY Wire YouTube channel. The director's thinking on the supercut is at 7:40 am.

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