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It (2017) Supposed to Get Director's Cut

15 Additional Minutes Announced for Home Theater

Andrés Muschietti's remake of the Stephen King bestseller It (2017) started pretty successful in US theaters. Among other things, It is the best-starting movie in September and the best-starting horror movie as well.

In an interview with Yahoo, the director and his sister and producer Barbara Muschietti revealed that only a few hours before the interview, they had been tasked by Warner Bros. to make a Director's Cut for home theaters. It is supposed to be approx. 15 minutes longer. Whether this is the final number or whether there will be more or less additional minutes at the end of the day is something that will be announced within the next weeks.

Release: Sep 16, 2017 - Author: The Undertaker - Translator: Tony Montana

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