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‘IT’ Director Shares New Ideas For Supercut | Film News


The love for Pennywise the Clown doesn’t seem to have an end. After the success of the first It movie (1990), an adaptation of the homonymous novel by Stephen King, and the success of the new two new movies It: Chapter One and Chapter Two (despite the second movie failing to hit the same heights at the box office), fans have welcomed the idea of a potential new supercut with joy.


Indeed, the director of the last two movies Andy Muschietti has recently expressed his desire to continue his work and create a new product that will include deleted scenes from the previous two films and new material that will be shot in future.


“The studio probably doesn’t know this… No, we’re in talks with the studio to make a supercut, which is basically the two movies edited together with all the material that is not in the released versions. And yeah, there are a couple of scenes to shoot to make this a new experience”.


The new “super movie” will be more than 6 hours long (precisely 400 hours), much more than the past two movies combined. The director has also added that the new movie could be split up in several parts, creating a series that may be launched on Netflix in the near future.



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