Director Andrés Muschietti revealed that an infamous scene from the IT novel by Stephen King will not be in the 2017 movie adaptation. The scene is highly controversial, but shows the main characters (as children) engaging in sexual intercourse during a pivotal battle against the demon Pennywise.
In a recent interview with Collider, Muschetti
The new adaptation of Stephen King's IT is due in theaters until September 8, but early reaction to screenings are remarkably good. There were worries about casting and feel amongst fans, but you can breathe a sigh of relief knowing that people getting into early screenings are loving what they see.
A number of crew members are finally talking about the upcoming adaptation of Steven King's IT. A lot of the statements begin to shed light on what actually made it into the film from the novel, and whether a big element from the novel will ever show up in the film.
There is not much out there about the new Steven King film IT. There were a few clips released during the MTV Movie Awards. This is a big mystery, seeing that the first trailer for the film garnered more views that any Marvel movie, or any other film for that matter with
Stephen King's It is a story that haunted my imagination for most of my child, ever since its incarnation in 1986. When the story was adapted for the small screen, nightmares became a reality for me. Now news comes that Pennywise will terrorize Ben, Richie, and Stan once again, but in theaters