Official IT Chapter Two Runtime Is Even Longer Than Expected
Prepare to spend a lot of time with Pennywise and The Losers Club next month, under the name . will be even longer than expected. Director Andy Muschietti had previously revealed that his last installment of the long-awaited horror sequel was about 2 hours and 45 minutes away. This is a significant amount of killer clown carnage. Now, it has been revealed that the film that would be going to theaters next month contains several extra minutes of kindness from Stephen King.
According to the British Board of Film Classification, IT Chapter Two officially operates for 2 hours, 49 minutes, and 11 seconds. True, we do not talk much longer here, but every minute counts when a movie approaches the three o'clock. Especially since many horror films in the studio last less than two hours, or even more than 90 minutes. Although, it is still much shorter than the initial cut of Andy Muschietti, which was about 4 hours. And let's be honest, no matter the quality of the film, no studio publishes anything so long. 169 minutes (and 11 seconds) seem to be a good compromise.
The first timed point recorded at 2 hours and 15 minutes, the follow-up, which will conclude the adaptation of Stephen King's beloved novel, is certainly more fleshy, in terms of length. While so many studios are struggling to convince the public to visit the theater these days, one would think that Warner Bros would have a hesitation to release a horror film of nearly three hours. But the public will come for major events like this one. Example: Avengers: Endgame arrives at 3 hours and 2 minutes and becomes the most profitable movie of all time.
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Similarly, computer science has been greatly stimulated by nostalgia and critical praise. It has become a true moment of pop culture and $ 700 million worldwide has finally become the most profitable horror film of all time. Given that more and more people have discovered the computer in home videos, it is not unreasonable to think that we could consider even greater success this time around. All this to say that if Andy Muschietti needed a lot of time to give a satisfactory conclusion, Warner Bros. probably did not blink.
To further suggest the confidence of the studio, they hold fan of screenings in several cities of the country next week, well before the theatrical launch. The sequel resumes 27 years after the events of the original, with the return of the Losers club to Derry for Pennywise once and for all. Bill Skarsgard returns as a murderous clown, with adult Losers starring James McAvoy, Jessica Chastain, Bill Hader, Isaiah Mustafa, Jay Ryan, James Ransone and Andy Bean. The younger members of the cast of the first film are also back. The second chapter of computer science is scheduled to be released on September 6. This news comes to us via the BBFC.