Who directed the IT remake?

Who directed the IT remake?

Andy Muschietti
The sequel, It Chapter Two, was released on September 6, 2019, with covering the remaining story from the book….It (2017 film)

Directed by Andy Muschietti
Screenplay by Chase Palmer Cary Fukunaga Gary Dauberman
Based on It by Stephen King
Produced by Roy Lee Dan Lin Seth Grahame-Smith David Katzenberg Barbara Muschietti

What happened to director Stephen Sommers?

Following his producing duties on The Mummy: Tomb of the Dragon Emperor – which made the trilogy a billion dollar franchise – Sommers wrote, directed and produced G.I. Joe: The Rise of Cobra for Paramount Studios. Stephen currently resides in Los Angeles with his wife and their two daughters.

Did Stephen King like the new IT movies?

IT (2017) Just prior to the release of IT, King offered effusive praise for the film, and he’s said nothing to backtrack on that since. As relayed to Bloody Disgusting: I had hopes, but I was not prepared for how good it really was.

Is Pennywise in The Dark Tower?

Both It and Maturin reside in the Macroverse. A portrait of Pennywise can also be seen in The Dark Tower: Fall of Gilea. In the 2017 film Dark Tower, “Pennywise” is written on the Amusement Park ride. Like the Crimson King, It claims to be the “Eater of Worlds.” It’s relation to him is unknown.

Who is the director of It 2?

Andrés MuschiettiIt Chapter Two / Director

Who directed the original It?

Tommy Lee Wallace
It (miniseries)

Stephen King’s It
Genre Supernatural horror Psychological drama Coming-of-age
Based on It by Stephen King
Written by Lawrence D. Cohen Tommy Lee Wallace
Directed by Tommy Lee Wallace

Who directed GI Joe?

Stephen SommersG.I. Joe: Rise of the Cobra / Director

What happened Brendan Fraser?

He currently lives in a New York suburb, close to Smith’s Connecticut home (where she has custody of their three sons). In recent years, he’s kept himself busy with TV roles. Fraser currently plays Cliff Steele, aka Robotman, in the DC Comics-based series Doom Patrol.

Does Stephen King like The Shining?

Warner Bros. Fans of Stephen King have long known the author is no fan of Kubrick’s “The Shining” because King has rarely shied away from vocalizing his disdain. He even wrote and produced a TV miniseries for ABC in 1997 in order to correct the many errors he believes Kubrick committed when adapting the novel.

What is Stephen King’s favorite movie adaptation?

Stephen King’s favorite adaptation of his work is Rob Reiner’s 1986 movie Stand by Me, a story about four boys who go on a journey to find the dead body of a missing kid, which comes from King’s 1982 novella The Body.

Is Randall Flagg Pennywise?

In both IT and IT Chapter Two, Bill Skarsgård stars as the titular villain, best known for taking the form of Pennywise The Dancing Clown, and his older brother, Alexander, plays the sinister Randall Flagg in the 2020 limited series remake of The Stand.

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