Warner Bros. getting more great news every day to celebrate as It breaks more records and topped the box office again overwhelmingly this last weekend. Not only is It the highest grossing September release of all time at over $218 million, but the movie at this point stands within about $22 million of passing The Exorcist as the largest R-rated horror film of all time. So, what is next for fans? First, the director and producer team of Andres and Barbara Muschietti confirming a director's cut coming out for the film. This version reportedly includes another 15 minutes of deleted scenes and brings the total movie to about 2 hours and 30 minutes. While a second installment already in the works prior to the massive success, It 2 apparently now being moved quicker behind the scenes to reportedly shoot next year for a 2019 release. The sequel said to chronicle the events 30 years later with several flashbacks. Pictured is the updated art celebrating just some of the amazing reactions to It outside Warner Bros. Studios. Actor Jaeden Lieberher stars as Bill Denbrough in It, but he worked outside of horror in comedy with Melissa McCarthy on what 2014 movie?