Published On: Fri, Jul 28th, 2017

IT movie director REVEALS 'floating dead kids and body parts’ scene he had to CUT

The hotly-anticipated Stephen King horror is just over a month away and horror  fans have been wondering what terrifying scenes from the novel will make it into the movie.

Now director Muschietti has revealed that his IT movie has had couple of scenes cut, for budget reasons, that will be saved for the second movie.

Speaking with Collider, he said: “There are two sequences that I thought of that I had to postpone until more money comes. 

“One is a flashback, that sort of portrays the first encounter of IT and humans, which is an amazing scene.”

He continued: “And the other is a dream, where Bill [one of The Losers Club] sees, he’s leaning on a bridge, in Derry, and he’s spitting on the Kenduskeag Stream, and suddenly he sees the reflection of a balloon. 

“And he looks up and it’s not one balloon, but a bunch of balloons, and then he starts to see body parts, and the shot goes wider and it’s a multitude of dead kids floating. I couldn’t afford it.”

The director’s sister Barbara, who is a producer on the movie, added: ”They were able to (incorporate it into the script), but they were not able to incorporate it into the budget. 

“Just like we weren’t able to, but it’s going on the second…that sequence with the Black Spot, we think it’s gonna be a great opening for the next film.”

The scene saw Pennywise in the woods waving with a child’s hand whilst eating it.

IT will be released on September 8, 2017.

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