IT 2 Thats why these two important figures are missing in the final

“IT 2”: That’s why these two important figures are missing in the final

The end of “IT Chapter 2” is very different from Stephen King’s book. This has to do with the fact that with Tom Rogan and Audra Denbrough two important figures play no role at all in the final.

Especially in the finale of “IT 2” director Andy Muschietti made some changes compared to the book: The ritual of Chüd, for example, is very different than in “It” by Stephen King. But the fact that the end is so different from the original one is simply due to the fact that two important characters are missing: Tom Rogan and Audra Denbrough.

The fact that the ending differs so much from the original book is also due to the fact that two important characters are missing: Tom Rogan and Audra Denbrough.

The brutal husband of Beverly (Jessica Chastain) and the actor-wife of Bill (James McAvoy) appear in “IT 2” at the beginning of short and are played by Will Beinbrink and Jess Weixler. In the finale, however, they do not play any role at all unlike the book. In our interview with director Andy Muschietti and producer Barbara Muschietti we talked with the siblings about the reasons for this decision.

The brutal husband of Beverly (Jessica Chastain) and the actor-wife of Bill (James McAvoy) appear in “IT 2” at the beginning of short and are played by Will Beinbrink and Jess Weixler.

No interference

In Kings’ novel, both Tom and Audra set off for their spouse for some time in the direction of Derry. Tom, because he is morbidly jealous and is supposed to be hindering It by controlling the adult Loser, and Audra, because she cares about her Bill. Eventually, they both face each other when Tom, under the control of Es Audra, abducts them and places them in the hideout of the creature in the sewer.

In Kings’ novel, both Tom and Audra set off for their spouse for some time in the direction of Derry GOMOVIES.
Eventually, they both meet when Tom is kidnapped under the control of Es Audra

All this, however, the Muschiettis did not want to show for a reason, and instead, Tom and Audra should primarily act to outline Beverly and Bill as adults. “Being married to these two people reveals a lot about their lives. They both fell back into old patterns, “explained Andy Muschietti. So Beverly married an equally brutal man as her father and Bill married a red-haired woman like his first love Beverly.

Above all, Tom and Audra were meant to outline Beverly and Bill as adults. “Being married to these two people reveals a lot about their lives

No secondary characters

But even more important was that you have already made the first part of the experience that the audience is not interested in minor characters and Nebenbyswichte: Any scene in which the youthful Henry Bowers (Nicholas Hamilton) did not attack the losers, was in the test audience failed.

But even more important was that you have already made the first part of the experience that the audience is not interested in minor characters and Nebenbösewichte

“Test screenings can tell you a lot about your own movie, and that’s definitely part of it,” says Muschietti. “So, before the second movie, we thought about it: we’d have to have all those scenes in which Tom Rogan travels to Derry and so on, but nobody wants to see that. They are only minor characters. “So the decision to renounce further appearances by Tom and Audra, already fell in the first meeting to” IT 2 “and there were no further scenes with the two turned.

We would have to have all those scenes in which Tom Rogan travels to Derry and so on, but nobody wants to see that
For example, the decision to abandon further appearances by Tom and Audra had already fallen in the first meeting to “IT 2”

“IT Chapter 2” has been running since September 5, 2019 in German cinemas.

“IT Chapter 2” has been running since September 5, 2019 in German cinemas.
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