Andy Muschietti Editor's Picks

  • It is the biggest horror movie of all time

    After only a couple weeks, the 2017 adaptation of Stephen King’s It has become the highest-grossing horror movie of all time.

    After only a couple weeks, the 2017 adaptation of Stephen King’s It has become the highest-grossing horror movie of all time.
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  • IT is killing it at the box office

    IT has begun it’s run in killer form with a record-breaking September/Fall opening at the US box office.

    IT has begun it’s run in killer form with a record-breaking September/Fall opening at the US box office.
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  • It Review

    As haunting as It can be, what really makes the film special is the authentic dynamic between the young actors.

    As haunting as It can be, what really makes the film special is the authentic dynamic between the young actors.
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  • Why horror is keeping the magic of cinema alive

    2017 had the worst summer box office in over a decade, but horror movies like It are keeping the magic of cinema alive.

    2017 had the worst summer box office in over a decade, but horror movies like It are keeping the magic of cinema alive.
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Andy Muschietti Movie News

  • The Exorcist director comments on It topping his box office record

    With a current domestic box office total of $323.7 million, It has become the highest-grossing horror movie of all time, surpassing the previous record held by The Exorcist ($232.9 million). As director William Friedkin pointed out, however, his 1973 classic technically packed more theaters.

    With a current domestic box office total of $323.7 million, It has become the highest-grossing horror movie of all time, surpassing the previous record held by The Exorcist ($232.9 million). As director William Friedkin pointed out, however, his 1973 classic technically packed more theaters.
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  • Did Pennywise try to eat a baby in a deleted IT scene?

    Stephen King’s It had some pretty shocking imagery, but there was one particular scene that was apparently too disturbing for the final cut, and we’re not talking about the orgy.

    Stephen King’s It had some pretty shocking imagery, but there was one particular scene that was apparently too disturbing for the final cut, and we’re not talking about the orgy.
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  • It contributes to biggest September ever

    August might’ve been a low point for 2017’s box office returns, but Stephen King’s It has made this September one for the record books.

    August might’ve been a low point for 2017’s box office returns, but Stephen King’s It has made this September one for the record books.
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  • It: Chapter Two gets release date

    The release date for It: Chapter Two has officially been announced.

    The release date for It: Chapter Two has officially been announced.
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Andy Muschietti Movie Reviews

  • It Review

    As haunting as It can be, what really makes the film special is the authentic dynamic between the young actors.

    As haunting as It can be, what really makes the film special is the authentic dynamic between the young actors.
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Andy Muschietti Movie Previews

  • Horrifying It TV Spot

    If you thought the trailers for It were terrifying, just wait until you get a load of this new TV spot.

    If you thought the trailers for It were terrifying, just wait until you get a load of this new TV spot.
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Andy Muschietti Movie Features

  • It gets hilariously creepy Lego treatment

    Lego Star Wars, Lego Batman… Lego It?

    Lego Star Wars, Lego Batman… Lego It?
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  • It – Welcome to the Losers’ Club

    Stephen King, director Andy Muschietti, and the cast discuss the Losers’ Club in this new It featurette.

    Stephen King, director Andy Muschietti, and the cast discuss the Losers’ Club in this new It featurette.
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  • Why horror is keeping the magic of cinema alive

    2017 had the worst summer box office in over a decade, but horror movies like It are keeping the magic of cinema alive.

    2017 had the worst summer box office in over a decade, but horror movies like It are keeping the magic of cinema alive.
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