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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