Andy Muschietti’s birthday: where to see all his films

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Today birthday Andy Muschietti! The Argentine director was born 47 years ago in Buenos Aires, where he trained at the Universidad del Cine to later become the head of one of the horror movies most relevant in recent years. In the beginning, he worked as an assistant director of some projects, but when Guillermo del Toro discovered his talent, his career grew by leaps and bounds.

Muschietti is currently working on The Flash, the movie of DC Films which will have Barry Allen solo for the first time. Written by Christina Hodson, it will be Ezra Miller who will put himself back into the character’s skin. In addition, it will involve the participation of Ben Affleck and Michael Keaton like Batman. If you want to get ready to see the director’s next film, here we detail where you can find his filmography.

+ Where to see Andy Muschietti films

– Mom (2013)

In all his feature films, the Argentine worked together with his sister Bárbara Muschietti. It was with her that he shot the short film Mother in 2008, a production showing two girls escaping from their demonic mother. It lasted only three minutes, so it was uploaded in YouTube. And it was a success: it was screened in the Sitges Festival and Guillermo del Toro contacted them to serve as the executive producer. Thus, in 2013 the film starring with Jessica Chastain. If you want to see it, it is available at Netflix.

– It (2017)

Surely you know the miniseries of 1990 of two episodes that adapted the novel of the same name by Stephen King. That story that exposes the seven children of Derry who are chased by a rather terrifying clown, had a new version in 2017 when Muschietti, accompanied by screenwriters Chase Palmer, Cary Fukunaga and Gary Dauberman, brought it to the big screen. A horror classic that has a fresh air thanks to the performances of Bill Skarsgård, Jaeden Martell, Jeremy Ray Taylor, Sophia Lillis, Finn Wolfhard, Wyatt Oleff, Chosen Jacobs, Jack Dylan Grazer, Nicholas Hamilton and Jackson Robert Scott. Another option available in Netflix that you should not miss if you dare to have a good scare.

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– It: Chapter Two (2019)

Two years later came the second part of the film based on the terrifying story of Stephen King. The sequel alternates the scenes of the children that have been seen in the first part with their lives about 27 years later. The casting is wonderful and the resemblance between the characters in their child and adult versions is impressive. Among the cast are James McAvoy, Jessica Chastain, Jay Ryan, Bill Hader, Isaiah Mustafa, James Ransone and Andy Bean. This tape is available at no additional cost at HBO Max.

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