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Bill Skarsgard explains his creepy Pennywise smile from It
16 Setiembre 2017, 06:31 | Azura Castelo
Every sound that is made in the movie lends itself to the atmosphere.
Of course, being a Stephen King story, Pennywise is far from the only monster in Derry - just the only literal one.
"My idea of Mike in the second movie is quite darker from the book", Muschietti told EW. This one kid started crying. In a place known as "The Barrens", a group of seven kids are united by their horrifying and unusual encounters with an evil clown and their determination to kill IT. What he was not clear on was whether we will actually see Maturin on screen in Chapter Two, either because this has not yet been decided or because Muschietti didn't want to give anything away.
IT's cast of child actors represented King's characters to a tee. That is why his novels are so long (the source material here is 1,138 pages).
Bill has a stutter he can't control and is still grieving from a recent family tragedy from his little brother Georgie's death, played by Jackson Robert Scott, which happened at the beginning and set the tone for the rest of the movie. The film focuses most on Beverly, the lone girl in the Losers' Club and Bill, the brother of the lost boy. This isn't a spoiler. During that time, he preys on the children of Derry, Maine, and after he's had his fill of fresh meat, he goes back into a state of hibernation.
Now, in this adaptation, there were some choices that did and did not benefit the film.
The child actors in the Losers Club range in talent.
Bill Skarsgard as the titular killer clown Pennywise is easily just as iconic as when Tim Curry played the role in 1990. Skarsgård absolutely crushed it here.
With the R-rating, you do have to wonder who this "It" is really for - the now-grown kids of the '80s and '90s who were traumatized the first time around and can't get enough of their own nostalgia?
I have never read It the book, so I am not sure how faithful this movie adapts it's story to the screen. It's gory and intense.
The look of the film is 1980's flawless. It does not feel like two films stapled together.
Made on a budget of Rs 224 crore, It movie is scaring everyone to death and these spooky facts make the film all the more creepy. For the most part, their characters were very likable and had great chemistry. It can be speculated that this will allow for more high profile celebrities to make appearances for the sequel, which is something that fans can definitely be excited about. It's a hard balancing act to jump back and forth from horror to comedy and keep a consistent tone throughout. Bravo to the casting director.
Either way I suggest you stay until the end...a surprise awaits for you. It is also speculated that the 2016 clown sightings were marketing pranks to tease the upcoming movie.
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