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Felt more comfortable working on 'It: Chapter Two', says Andy Muschietti

PTI | Los Angeles | Updated: 13-07-2019 12:04 IST | Created: 13-07-2019 12:04 IST
Felt more comfortable working on 'It: Chapter Two', says Andy Muschietti

Director Andy Muschietti says it was easy for him to make "It: Chapter Two" than 2017's part one. In an interview with Entertainment Weekly, the 45-year-old director said the success of the first film made him confident about his decisions during the production on the sequel.

"In general, I feel more comfortable. I have more toys. On the first one, I was struggling to get a Technocrane (a massive telescopic crane for a camera) on certain days. But now the Technocrane is always there. "I think that everything that people love from the first one, like the humour and the emotions and the horror, will all be there. and cranked up, in some cases," Muschietti said.

"It: Chapter Two", featuring an ensemble cast of James McAvoy, Jessica Chastain, Bill Hader, Isaiah Mustafa, Jay Ryan, James Ransone, Andy Bean and Bill Skarsgard, releases in September this year.



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