IT Sequel’s 1980s Flashbacks Are ‘Very Big Part’ of the Film
IT director Andy Muschietti says the sequel to the blockbuster horror thriller will feature significant flashbacks to the 1989 versions of The Losers’ Club. Based on Stephen King’s classic best-seller, IT smashed records on its way to pulling in more than $123 million at the domestic box office this past weekend.
Coming 27 years after the first IT adaptation planted nightmares of Pennywise the Dancing Clown (Tim Curry) as a two-part TV miniseries, Muschietti’s version of IT differs from the original adaptation in that it only focused on half of King’s 1,100-plus page novel – as it told the plight of The Losers’ Club’s members and their encounters with ...
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