Diving Into Stephen King's IT In Second Film

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There Pennywise, a supernatural demon clown, lurks underground and lures Georgie to a gory fate that kicks off a chain of deaths for the town's teenagers and unusual visions among the seven members of the Loser's Club.

While the idea of a "creepy clown' is pretty much an oxymoron - just put a regular clown out there and the creeps will flow naturally - Skarsgård's performance gives Pennywise some much-needed shading between the jump scares". "I'm sure my fans will enjoy the movie". Muschietti assembles an impressive young cast to play the preteen misfits dubbed the Losers' Club, led by Jaeden Lieberher as the sensitive Bill, whose younger brother George is one of the monster's first victims. "It" has been building tremendous momentum, fueled by nostalgia for the iconic Stephen King story, some spine-chilling trailers, and terrific advance buzz. Once I got the role, I was like, 'I got the role!' Then I was like, 'Oh my God, I got the role. Director Andy Muschietti (Mama) adopts a similar approach to the Nightmare on Elm Street films, throwing memorable gory images at the viewer like a good ghost train ride, and blending them with the spirit of a curious coming-of-age story that captures the mood of the book. "Clowns: if you're watching this, I know you might be unhappy with everything".

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Final verdict: ' It ' Movie is a must watch movie, and it is amusing, scary, and heart touching. Hopefully, there will be a lot of kids traumatized forever based on my performance [laughs].

I really wanted to focus on the emotional journey of the group of kids.

"I think that was a really fantastic idea by Andy because the first time they did see him was two minutes before they filmed a scene with him and I think that brings a whole new layer to the kids friendships and their rivalry with Pennywise".

If it all goes according to plan, this is only part one.

"Even for the sequel, it might be different because I'm so accustomed to the character now and the look of the character", he said. Are you looking forward to taking on the older Losers in the sequel to It?

"This fear started creeping in of people having opinions and anticipations".

Could you go nose-to-nose with It and say the same?