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Viewers might have to prepare themselves for even more Pennywise, according to 'It: Chapter Two' director Andy Muschietti.
Someone fetch the Persil… according to Jessica Chastain, there’s a scene in horror sequel It: Chapter Two that might just be the bloodiest in movie history. The actress plays the grown up Beverly Marsh in the movie, which sees the Losers Club from the first film 27 years on. Speaking on The Tonight Show with Jimmy Fallon, she explained that she was finding red corn syrup in unlikely places for some time.
Danny DeVito, Jessica Chastain and <em>Doctor Who's</em> Jodie Whittaker are to star in the new season of Jamie Oliver's <em>Friday Night Feast.</em> The series returns to Channel 4 for a sixth season with celebrity chef Oliver and his friend Jimmy Doherty cooking up a feast for pals at a pop-up café at the end of Southend Pier. In addition to the trio, guests include Sir Patrick Stewart, <em>Black Panther</em> actor Martin Freeman, Stephen Fry, <em>Episodes</em>' Stephen Mangan, Harry Hill, Russell Howard…
Matthew Newton has exited as director of Jessica Chastain’s “Eve” following online backlash due to his history of alleged assault and domestic violence.
The actress has hired Matthew Newton to write and direct her next film Eve despite numerous domestic abuse allegations against him.
Williams was paid $80 per diem for reshoots on "All the Money in the World," while co-star Mark Wahlberg made $1.5 million.
Last year, It: Chapter One became the highest-grossing R-rated movie in history and it’s a testament to the child actors who made up the cast.Audiences really connected with the Losers Club and their efforts to fight off bullies, parents, and a murderous clown to boot but their adventure is far from overIt: Chapter Two will continue Stephen King’s horror story and follow the adult Losers Club as they reunite to properly take down Bill Skarsgard’s Pennywise for good, and here are all the actors who have been cast so far.It: Chapter Two is in cinemas on September 26, 2019READ MORERidley Scott reshoots cost $10mFantastic Beasts backlashThe most popular 2017 movies revealed
Jessica Chastain, Lupita Nyong’o, Marion Cotillard, Fan Bingbing, and Penelope Cruz have signed on for the independent spy thriller “355.” Chastain’s Freckle Films will produce “355,” which Simon Kinberg will direct from a script by Theresa Rebeck based on an original idea by Chastain. Producers are Chastain and Kelly Carmichael through Freckle Films along with […]
With cameras set to roll on It: Chapter 2 this summer, more casting news is emerging, with Brit star James McAvoy and Bill Hader in talks to star in the horror sequel.
2017’s long-awaited adaptation of Stephen King’s It was a monster hit in every sense of the word. On top of being the best big-screen Stephen King adaptation since 2007’s ‘The Mist,’ it was also one of the most commercially successful horror movies ever.Anyone who saw It immediatelybegan thinking about the sequel – for, as the film’s final moments make clear, Andy Muschietti’s 1989-set film is only the first half of the epic tale, to be concluded in a 2016-set sequel reuniting the ‘Losers Club’ at age 40, to do battle with Bill Skarsgård’s dreaded Pennywise once more.With Jessica Chastain reportedly in talks to play the grown up Beverly Marsh, we wonder which other actors around the 40-mark might be in the frame to take over as the seven protagonists? Here are some suggestions from us (all purely speculative fan-casting, of course).It is available on DVD and Blu-ray now.Read More:It sequel plans confirmedIt director Andy Muschietti interviewedAll 42 Stephen King movies ranked
Jessica Chastain, arguably one of the biggest movie stars of the past 5 years, has been completely cut from her next film. Director Xavier Dolan announced the move to excise the Molly’s Game star from The Life & Death of John F. Donovan via Instagram to kill any rumours of a disagreement or falling out.She’s not the only big star who found their work on the cutting room floor. We just hope they were paid up front like Chastain was.Read moreFans divided over Solo trailerTarantino speaks out over Kill Bill crashPolice close to solving Natalie Wood case
Williams reportedly made just $80 a day compared to Wahlberg who earned millions to reshoot the movie with Christopher Plummer.
Fans who want the Oscar nominee front and center in the next "It" installment could be getting some seriously great news.