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Photos: 17 July – 3rd Annual ScareDiego Presents IT CHAPTER TWO


Written by Mouza on July 18 2019

I’ve updated the gallery with photos of James attending IT CHAPTER TWO panel at ScareDiego yesterday.

Photos: Soccer Aid for UNICEF


Written by Mouza on June 26 2019

I’ve updated the gallery with photos of James participating in Soccer Aid.

Appearances in 2019 > 13 June – Soccer Aid for Unicef Media Day
Appearances in 2019 > 16 June – Soccer Aid for Unicef

James spot on set of “It: Chapter 2”


Written by Luciana on September 12 2018

James schedules seems to be crazy lately. With X-Men: Dark Phoenix re-shoots taking place in Ontario and “His Dark Materials” currently being shoot in Cardiff (Wales), he was spot on set of “It: Chapter 2” earlier today alongside co-star James Ransone.

Last week /Film shared an interview with screenwriter Gary Dauberman, in which he talks about the sequel. Read it below:

“Like I said with the first one, it’s really this embarrassment of riches. It was trying to do your best job of taking what Stephen King wrote so beautifully all those years ago and try to translate it to the script page,” Dauberman shared with SlashFilm. “For me it was just really fun to be able to revisit these characters and see what they’re up to 27 years later. There was a challenge trying to get all those character introductions and “here’s where we are so far” which is fun to tackle. How can we find an elegant solution to introduce this many characters again to the audience?”

In the original novel and in the 1990 miniseries, the narrative takes place in the “present,” with the adult characters coming together to honor an oath they made as children, while using flashbacks to explore their various connections to one another. Director Andy Muschietti decided to fracture the timeline so that audiences can connect exclusively with the young characters in the first film, making for a more fulfilling emotional journey in the follow-up film.

“In the first one, they’re all together in school so you see them in a bunch but 27 years later, I don’t think it’s a spoiler they’re sort of scattered all over the country,” Dauberman noted. “So we see pieces of who they’ve become which I think is really exciting. Then of course it was great to see them return to Derry.”

The Losers’ Club reunites for the first time at a restaurant, making it a memorable scene for audiences in both the book and miniseries.

“The Jade of the Orient is such a defining and iconic scene in the book. That was something I remember as a thing I was writing towards,” the writer confessed. “It was like, ‘Okay, coming up is Jade of the Orient. That’s going to be super cool.’ It was a nice signpost to write towards which I dug.”

Writing the film wasn’t an entirely joyful experience, with Dauberman noting, “The ending I think will satisfy the audience and maybe break their hearts a little bit.”

Check the HQ images in our gallery:

James attends Universal presentation at CinemaCon 2018


Written by Luciana on April 26 2018

James attended today the CinemaCon 2018 in Nevada, alongside his Glass co-stars Samuel L. Jackson, Sarah Paulson, Bruce Willis and director M. Night Shyamalan, for the Universal pictures presentation. We have the first pictures added in our gallery:

Split | Promotional Images & Film Screen Captures


Written by Luciana on November 21 2017

Our gallery was updated with several promotional images and also screen captures of Split.

Split | Press Conference Images


Written by Luciana on November 20 2017

Still catching up with what the site is missing, I came across some pretty photos of James attending the Split press conference last year. You can check them by clicking in the link below:

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