For those eagerly awaiting the remake of Stephen King’s IT, the hits just keep on coming. Hot on the heels of yet another released still of Pennywise last week comes an even better treat to satiate the horror masses. The folks over at Warner Brothers have unleashed the official teaser poster, featuring the poor unfortunate Georgie starring down the wicked clown’s hand as the demon clutches the ill-fated red balloon. For those that have read King’s brilliant novel, the manifestation of this imagery is enough to make your heart beat stronger. The new poster can be seen below.
Horror fans worldwide are chomping at the bit, eagerly awaiting original stills (or how about a trailer???) for the new cinematic adaptation of Stephen King’s IT. Though due to hit movie screens in 2017, the release of production imagery or details have been held to a deliberate pace in order to build up as much anticipation as humanly possible. Luckily, the folks over at Empire Magazine are here to the rescue.
In the latest issue of the pop culture publication, a brand-new image of our favorite demonic clown Pennywise will be unleashed upon the masses (see below). You can view the image on the film’s Facebook page as well, as Pennywise (portrayed by Bill Skarsgard) peers out from the depths of a sewer drain….ready to (presumably) rip poor Georgie’s arm off in an iconic scene from the best-selling horror novel. read more
Pure evil continues to have a new face. Entertainment Weekly has released another photo of the original wicked clown Pennywise, demonic star of the upcoming re-adaptation of Stephen King’s brilliant novel IT. In the latest promo shot (seen below), the child-killer is peering out from the inside of a large drain pipe. As we all know, the sewers and underground drainage systems are where Pennywise waits in the shadows, poised to pounce on its unsuspecting victims.
Anticipation is high for the classic novel remake, following up on the 1990 television mini-series. Bill Skarsgard (Hemlock Grove) will portray the demon clown, which he promises will be a different take on the character than the critically-acclaimed version made famous by Tim Curry. “Tim Curry’s performance was truly great, but it’s important for me to do something different because of that,” Skarsgard says. “I’ll never be able to make a Tim Curry performance as good as Tim Curry.” read more
Entertainment Weekly has posted the first, full-costumed image of Pennywise the Clown from the upcoming adaptation of Stephen King’s It and we have one word to describe it: terrifying!
This time around, Pennywise will be played by Hemlock Grove star Bill Skarsgård. Skarsgård is well aware of the big shoes (pun intended) that he has to fill while stepping into the role originally played by Tim Curry; as he told Entertainment Weekly back in July, “Tim Curry’s performance was truly great, but it’s important for me to do something different because of that,” says Skårsgard, “I’ll never be able to make a Tim Curry performance as good as Tim Curry.” read more
Entertainment Weekly unveiled the first press photo of Pennywise the Clown from Stephen King’s It today. Bill Skarsgard will play the evil clown (originally played by Tim Curry) in the remake due out on September 8, 2017. Andres Muschietti, best known for the 2013 horror film Mama, will direct. The film is planned as a two part story; the first film will focus on the demonic clown terrorizing the cast as children and the second film will focus on the adults coming together to deal with the after-effects of their spoiled childhoods and face their greatest fears. read more
Bill Skarsgard (Hemlock Grove) has been cast in the new adaptation of Stephen King’s It as the clown villain, Pennywise. Jaeden Lieberher, Finn Wolfhard, Jack Dylan Grazer, Wyatt Oleff, Chosen Jacobs and Jeremy Ray Taylor will also star. Andy Muschietti is directing the film, which will be comprised of two films. Producers include Dan Lin, Roy Lee, Seth Grahame-Smith, David Katzenberg and Barbara Muschietti.
The story centers around a group of teens who call themselves the Losers Club, who fight and defeat the evil creature called It. Years later they must come together again to fight It, however they have no memory of the first battle. The first film will tell the story of their lives as kids, while the second will focus on the adults. read more