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It: Chapter Two Filming Is Finally Complete

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It, 2017’s biggest horror film, is getting a second feature film next year. Director Andy Muschietti recently posted on Instagram that the months of filming have finally come to a close, and fans can expect an even better thrill than they received from the first.

Muschietti Excited To Unveil Chapter Two

Andy Muschietti put his name on the map with the making of It: Chapter One. There wasn’t much faith in the film after the first director, Cary Fukunaga, left, but Muschietti turned the remake into a true masterpiece better than the 1990 miniseries. He said about Chapter Two: “…Never had so much fun making movies as this one. I had a relentless and inspired crew who believed in this adventure as much as I did and a cast that put their heart and soul behind every second of performance…”

The first film gained him even more recognition than his first, 2013’s Mama. After the 86 days of filming Chapter Two, he is reportedly working on a live-action Attack on Titan and a film based on H.G. Wells’ The Time Machine.

A Horror Film With Plenty Of Emotion

One of the elements that made It: Chapter One so popular was its emotion and humor. Pennywise was undoubtedly terrifying, but what made the movie so poignant was the emotional connection you felt with the characters, especially with those like Beverly Marsh who had scary home lives to begin with.

Bill Hader, who plays the adult Richie Tozier in Chapter Two, told IndieWire, “It’s really scary obviously, but I was surprised at how emotional it was. It’s really a story about these people and this kind of trauma that they all went through.”

Chapter Two Predicted To Be Even More Popular

It: Chapter One is the highest-grossing horror film of all time. With widespread critical acclaim and over $120 million in gross sales on opening weekend, there is no doubt it will be the most popular horror film of our generation.

With so much buzz from the first It, it’s unsurprising that the second movie is already gaining lots of traction. It is expected to premiere early 2019.

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