A director’s cut for soon-to-be-released September 2019 movie ‘IT Chapter 2’, will be proven beneficial, claims the film producer.
‘IT Chapter 2’, the sequel of 2017 American supernatural horror film ‘IT,’ is slated to release on September 6, 2019. The movie which is only 15 minutes short of 3 hours, will consist of a ‘director’s cut’ for the later stage, as a bonus.
IT Chapter 2
The sequel to 2017 movie directed by Andy Muschietti, and written by Gary Dauberman, is based on the 1986 horror novel ‘It’ by the award-winning writer, Stephen King. As confirmed by the team to Digital spy, the movie is 2 hours 45 minutes long; however, Andy is confident that since pacing is good, people will not find it difficult and uncomfortable to sit for almost 3 hours for a movie. He assured that whoever has seen the movie so far hasn’t had any complaint.
The film that stars James McAvoy, Jessica Chastain and Bill Hader will begin nearly three decades later after the events of 2017 movie.
The movie characters; members of the ‘The Losers Club’ that were shown taking separate paths by the end of the 1st part will be back together as adults.
A Director’s Cut
According to the team, many scenes had to be edited out due to time constraints of a theatrical run. But all the significant parts left out from the movie will be further released in the form of a director’s cut.
The producer affirms that the brilliance of those parts makes it worthy for the movie lovers to watch them at a later date. A director’s cut will only merit the movie in this scenario, and it’ll add to the overall experience of viewing IT Chapter 2.
The horror sequel is one of the most sought movies of the year. It is expected to recreate commercial and critical records of the original 2017 film, and blow the audience’s minds like last time. We can’t wait!