See How Creepy Pennywise is in a Clip From 'It'.

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The new reboot of Stephen King's "It" hasn't even opened in theaters, but director Andy Muschietti is already planning for the next installment.

In Stranger Things' wake, It feels like the driftwood shoring up on the Stephen King nostalgia. You surely wouldn't want to meet his Pennywise in a run-down house or sewer.

The frights are secondary to the charming kids who dub themselves "The Losers". "And my wife's from Maine (like King), so I'm like, 'Am I going to be able to go back and visit?' He's just everywhere".

It is possibly one of King's scariest novels, and Muschietti pulls no punches with the film either.

In a new interview with The Guardian, Curry had this to say about the original IT: "I was very disappointed by the ending, when I turned into a rather unconvincing spider".

The filmmakers of New Line Cinema's horror-thriller IT knew the actor cast as the predator Pennywise would have a significant impact on virtually every aspect of the film.

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".

And now that the brothers have gained popularity, they're trying to get on "The Ellen DeGeneres Show", so if you like what they're doing or you know, think it's so scary it deserves recognition, make sure you repost the images to try to get these two on TV.

The story will be told in two parts. They decide that their only chance of beating it is to stick together. "I respect all clowns", said actor Finn Wolfhard.

Because yeah-the reviews on clowns are kind of mixed.

This is no happy clown (and kids, even if you do meet a happy clown in a storm drain, don't talk to him). And I thought well, fine. OK. Bill was committed as he was fearless and took the monster and wanted to make him unpredictable.

Yes, Pennywise, the shape-shifting clown is terrifying. The director also includes some human villains who are arguably as scary as Pennywise-that's how far he goes to keep the audience guessing.

"Their childhood was based off of it has this big fan base around it but I think the basis is nostalgia". A sexual-abuse subplot that largely remains subtext in the book is made much more obvious in the film, and a love triangle between three of the Losers is given outsized importance here compared to the source material.

"That was when I exhaled", Dauberman said. And they would benefit from a few more practical effects mixed in with the CG, especially if Muschietti wants to milk some retro pleasures from his setting. That said, at least it skipped out on the whole orgy thing. "After that, it was a huge sigh of relief because whatever else happened, we pleased the man himself".