Now eating popcorns for 90 minutes for a movie is a big deal. Where there are plenty of other options to watch movies. If someone goes to a theater to watch a movie, they need something bang for their money spent. After all, IT Chapter Two a pure sequel of a horror movie is coming to theaters.
IT Chapter Two returns after 27 years after Pennywise attack
During Comic-Con, the final trailer of Chapter Two was released. Bill Skarsgard as Pennywise is getting ready to battle against the losers club. They are adult and are returning to Maine after 27 years.
Stephen King’s horror novel is split into two recurring movies. According to the movie IT clocks for about two hours and fifteen minutes.
The latest IT Chapter Two will be thirty minutes more, continuing for two and a forty-five minutes. However, it will be 17 minutes less than the blockbuster Avenger’s Endgame. Andy Muschietti is again directing the sequel and will give more scares and goosebumps
The director also says those who have seen didn’t complain about it. And if all the beats play together three hours isn’t a big deal. Back in times of creature horrors, a two hours movie was unfathomable. The total movie landscape is changing. People want lengthier movies in terms of their ticket price and good contents.
There will be director cut scenes in the movie
Most of the scene featuring the younger losers clubs are also in the movie. The producer says a lengthy movie along with directors cut will be available. From the first movie, most of the scene is joining the reel for its prequel.
At times most of the beloved scenes need to be cut down, Producer sighs. But those cut scenes are credits for the director. And fans need to watch them after the actual movie is over, as in the post-credits scene.
Dengar cita #ITChapter2 dah confirm runtimenya 165 minit.
2 JAM 45 MINIT WEH. Gila ah 😂
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— GSC (@GSCinemas) July 27, 2019
IT Chapter Two is releasing worldwide on September 6. However, if some scenes become too scary for the test audience, they are kept for the finished cut. IT Chapter Two is expecting to be even more than its predecessor. In addition, the first part is the highest-grossing movie in the horror genre.