Cary Fukunaga blames studio meddling for his departing Stephen King’s IT While it was initially rumored that filmmaker Cary Fukunaga […]
When Warner Bros. made its intentions known to re-adapt Stephen King’s epic novel “It,” I was dismissive of it. I thought the made-for-TV movie was sufficient and it carried some good memories for me. Further, how do you adapt that material for a two-hour film? Then Cary Fukunaga came aboard to write and direct. I liked his work in Sin Nombre, but nothing about that film screamed he was ready for IT.