With $91 million on the home field workplace this previous weekend alone, it is secure to say that IT CHAPTER TWO is a little bit of a popular culture phenomenon. The R-rated sequel is likely to be fairly terrifying, however it appears to be like like even a beloved Nickelodeon present bought in on the enjoyable. Over the weekend, the official Twitter account for SpongeBob SquarePants posted their very own parody of CHAPTER TWO, with SpongeBob and Patrick channeling Pennywise and his iconic pink balloon on Free Balloon Day.
all of us float down right here… on Free Balloon Day! pic.twitter.com/yUXqBjH9wm
— SpongeBob (@SpongeBob) September 6, 2019
Of course, the tweet in and of itself is a reference to the SpongeBob Season 2 episode “Life of Crime”, wherein SpongeBob and Patrick suppose they’re rebelling in opposition to society by stealing and popping a balloon. Unbeknownst to the duo, it was already National Free Balloon Day, which made their try at crime not so fascinating.
Those who’ve seen CHAPTER TWO know that the ultimate movie is far more terrifying, because it brings the variation of Stephen King’s epic saga to a detailed. Even then, the recognition of the franchise has made the movie’s inventive group not fully rule out the opportunity of a sequel or spinoff down the road.
“Post-credit scenes a la Marvel normally have a very distinct function, which is to tease people about a future movie,” director Andy Muschietti just lately defined. “But yeah, this is, like, the idea that this is over.”
“I’m sure there’s interest [in a sequel or spinoff],” Gary Dauberman, who wrote each IT movies, defined in a earlier interview. “But I gotta say, we want to be respectful to the material of the book. I don’t think anybody’s over there, in fact I know there’s no one over there going ‘Hey, let’s definitely do this and we could tell this story of what happened at the beaver trapping camp,’ or whatever.”
“To reply your query I feel there’s room to construct on the mythology of IT as a result of IT has been round from the start of time, however I don’t know if there are any plans for it,” Dauberman added. “I was just very happy to tackle the book.”
IT CHAPTER TWO is in theaters now.