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I liked the idea that, in his eyes, we can see that he knows the fear he inflicts. A bit like when a mother looks hard at her children to scold them.
More than just scary eyes, I thought that was what the character needed. So something had to be done to emphasize his look. Then we went through studio notes and audience screenings to further work the cut.
Not only are there film rhythms, but there are also filmmaker rhythms. Cutting a film is a marathon, not a sprint.
You have to emotionally and physically pace yourself. The evil house had three specific moments there's the exterior, there's the interior, and then the basement, where the well is where Pennywise accesses the sewers and the cisterns where his lair is I also wanted to have this spooky tree looming at the house so we decided to build it until a crew member found this tree, driving to the office here one morning.
So we bought the tree from the owner after negotiating. We built really quick CG assets for all the characters, including Pennywise, and we planned out all his transformations and the action.
In the end, you could have the shape of both characters, but both of them could have the textures of one or the other. With some simulated effects we'd be able to balance all of that out and really time it to what [Muschietti] was looking for.
We're very big fans of his. He's my literary hero. It all started with Pet Sematary but then It came along and for me, it was a mind-blowing experience.
My first reaction, when offered the opportunity to direct this movie, was basically to go back to my emotional experience reading the book when I was a child, and translating that into a movie that would blow my mind as an adult.
Those were the big ideas when approaching the making of this movie. Benjamin Wallfisch. Main article: It Chapter Two. British Board of Film Classification.
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After defeating the demonic clown as kids, it resurfaces thirty years later and they must finish it off as adults once again. Written by Blake.
I first saw this on a rented vhs in I still remember the shopkeeper telling me to rent the two cassette tapes as it was a two part series.
Renting two vhs was a bit expensive those days but the film never made me regret shelling me the extra rupees. Revisited it recently on a dvd.
Saw the remake with my son in a theater. The remake is really good. Coming back to the original, it has some nostalgic moments attached to it, the ones showing the kids play down by the river and the bike riding ones r memorable.
Country life can b really fun for growing kids. The child actors in this film are marvelous. We easily are attached to them.
The plot is about a group of misfit children who end up becoming lifelong friends and how they unite to deal with the horror affecting them.
In my opinion it is a darker version of Stand By Me. Considering it was a made for TV as a mini series, it wasn't that gory n the special effects weren't that good.
Also the pacing was a bit odd. The most striking thing about the film was Tim Curry's iconic, creepy performance as Pennywise, the murderous clown.
The only movie which had dealt with creepy clowns before this was Salva's Clownhouse. The remake nailed it again with the child actors. The remake has superb cinematography, awesome acting n terrific direction.
The fat boy's acting n facial expressions in the remake is spot on. All Titles TV Episodes Celebs Companies Keywords Advanced Search. Sign In.
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Episode List. Plot Summary. Walking along the bridge caused King to recall the story of " Three Billy Goats Gruff ", and the idea of transplanting the tale's scenario into a real-life context interested him.
King began writing It in ,  and finished the book five years later. It thematically focuses on the loss of childhood innocence  and questions the difference between necessity and free will.
The most prominent notions of fear in the novel come from the Losers' Club themselves: their home lives, the things that have made them pariahs.
All three editions are oversized hardcovers, housed in a slipcase or traycase, and feature premium binding materials.
This anniversary edition features a new dust jacket illustration by Glen Orbik , as well as numerous interior illustrations by Alan M. Clark and Erin Wells.
The book also contains a new afterword by Stephen King discussing his reasons for writing the novel. It received a mixed critical reaction.
Lehman-Haupt perceived a lack of justification in Stanley Uris' death and the reunion of the group. Hendrix described the book as "by turns boring and shocking" and "one of King's most frustrating and perplexing books", and described the behavior of the child characters as idealized and unnatural.
The book's sexual content aroused controversy. The novel has been noted for its exceptional length. Smythe noted that "the book is essentially two novels", and at "fourteen hundred pages long in my printing the only bigger novel I own is Infinite Jest , and famously weighing nigh-on four pounds, it's a challenge to hold, let alone read".
The character Pennywise has been named by several outlets as one of the scariest clowns in film or pop culture.
In , It was listed at number on the BBC 's The Big Read poll—one of three King novels on the list. The younger versions of the characters were played by Brandon Crane Ben , Seth Green Richie , Ben Heller Stan , Marlon Taylor Mike , Emily Perkins Beverly , Jonathan Brandis Bill , Adam Faraizl Eddie , and Jarred Blancard Henry.
The miniseries was directed by Tommy Lee Wallace and scripted by Wallace and Lawrence D. The series was directed and written by Glen Baretto and Ankush Mohla.
The first of a two-part feature film adaptation, It , was released on September 8, Instead of a dual narrative, the first film is solely an adaptation of the section that features the characters as children, though the setting has been updated to the late s.
Supporting roles are played by Finn Wolfhard as Richie Tozier, Sophia Lillis as Beverly Marsh, Jack Dylan Grazer as Eddie Kaspbrak, Wyatt Oleff as Stanley Uris, Chosen Jacobs as Mike Hanlon, Jeremy Ray Taylor as Ben Hanscom, Owen Teague as Patrick Hockstetter, Nicholas Hamilton as Henry Bowers, Logan Thompson as Vic Criss and Jake Sim as Belch Huggins.
The second film, It Chapter Two , adapted the "adult" section and updated the setting to the s, specifically It starred James McAvoy Bill , Bill Hader Richie , Jessica Chastain Beverly , James Ransone Eddie , Andy Bean Stan , Isaiah Mustafa Mike , and Jay Ryan Ben.
Principal photography wrapped in , and it was released on September 6, From Wikipedia, the free encyclopedia. For the Inger Christensen book of poetry, see It poetry collection.
For other uses, see It. This section needs expansion. You can help by adding to it. September Main articles: It miniseries , Woh , It film , and It Chapter Two.
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Retrieved June 19, Houston Press. Retrieved March 30, The Guardian. One of the "Losers". Assistant cook at the "Black Spot" club at the Air Force Base in Gay man who was murdered on 21 July when he was thrown in the Derry Canal.
Fell off the monkey bars and got a bleeding nose while in Kindergarten with Bill Denbrough. Police Officer in Derry who investigated the death of Adrian Mellon.
Partner of Charles Alvarino. One of Richard Tozier's voices, and based on a real cop in the 6th street station.
Richard Tozier threatened to tell him about the Doe when he returned to Derry. Lived in Haven Village. Band that sung "Earth Angel"; played in the Rock and Roll show in Derry on 28 March Audra Denbrough's stage name before her marriage to Bill Denbrough.
She was born Audrey Philpott, but changed her name. Fake name used by Al Bradley to buy ammo at Lal Machen's store in Derry on 7 October Found the body of Veronica Grogan.
The name may have been Frankie or Freddy, and the surname may have been Roth. Ignored Beverly Marsh's cry for help when she was being beaten by Belch Huggins.
Lumberman who worked for William Mueller. He was killed at the Sleepy Silver Dollar by Claude Heroux.
Died when a building fell on him in Derry on 31 May after his building sank into the ground. Farmer from Palmyra who was in the Sleepy Silver Dollar on 9 September Name on the 3rd floor mailbox in at Lower Main Street, where Beverly Marsh used to live.
Killed by Pennywise between 7 and 14 February , but his body was not found until mid March Neighbor of Beverly Marsh. Had 2 Girls, 1 Boy. Left when he lost his job in about June The enemy of It.
It died before the last confrontation, but was supposed to have created the universe. One of the 3 who threw Adrian Mellon into the canal where he died in Links There are no links for this Novel.
There, Ben befriends an asthmatic hypochondriac named Eddie Kaspbrak and "Stuttering Bill" Denbrough , Georgie's elder brother who suffers from a stutter and rides on a rusty bike named "Silver".
The three boys later befriend fellow misfits Richie Tozier , Stanley "Stan" Uris , and Beverly Marsh , who eventually refer to themselves as "The Losers Club".
As the summer draws on, the Losers each encounter Pennywise in terrifying manifestations: a mummy on a frozen canal to Ben, a fountain of blood that only children can see from Beverly's sink, a diseased and rotting leper to Eddie, drowned corpses to Stan, and a frightening phantom of Georgie to Bill.
The Losers eventually realize they are all being stalked by the same child-killing entity which killed Eddie Corcoran in the form of the Gill-man.
Meanwhile, an increasingly unhinged and sadistic Bowers begins focusing his attention on his African-American neighbor Mike Hanlon and his father.
Bowers kills Mike's dog and chases the terrified boy into the Barrens, where he joins the Losers in driving Bowers' gang off in a rock fight, a humiliated Bowers vowing revenge.
Mike becomes a member of the Losers Club after revealing his own encounter with Pennywise in the form of a flesh-eating bird. While showing the Losers his historical scrapbook, the group realizes that "It" is a monster with a hold on the town.
Following further encounters with It, the Losers construct a makeshift smoke hole that Richie and Mike use to hallucinate It's origins as an ancient alien entity that came to Earth in a meteor and feeds on children for a year before entering a year-long hibernation.
In late July, after Eddie is hospitalized by Bowers and several of his friends, Beverly stumbles across the Bowers Gang in the landfill , literally with their pants down, lighting farts with fire for fun.
She hides behind a junked car and witnesses one of the bullies, Patrick Hockstetter, killed by It in the form of a mass of leeches while emptying a refrigerator he used to trap and kill injured animals.
The Losers later discover a message from It written in Patrick's blood, warning them that It will kill them if they interfere.
After Eddie is released from the hospital with a broken arm, Ben makes two silver slugs out of a silver dollar on the belief that silver will harm It.
The story's narrative changes to Pennywise's perspective at that point, revealing It as a being from another reality known as the Macroverse that nourishes itself on fear from terrorizing children in the forms It assumes.
The Losers travel to the house on Neibolt Street, where Eddie, Bill, and Richie had previously encountered It, forcing Pennywise to flee into the sewers after the Losers wound It with the silver slug while in the form of a werewolf.
Deeming the Losers a threat, It provides Bowers with a switchblade while manipulating him into murdering his abusive father and recruiting his friends Victor "Vic" Criss and Reginald "Belch" Huggins into helping him follow the Losers into the sewers to kill them.
But Vic and Belch are both killed by It in the form of Frankenstein's monster while a traumatized Bowers gets himself lost in the sewers. In the sewers, Bill performs the "Ritual of Chüd" he learned to face It in the Macroverse where he meets the monster's antithesis Maturin, an ancient turtle that created the universe which it vomited up following a stomach-ache , who explains that It can only be defeated during a battle of wills.
Bill enters It's mind through the ritual and sees the true form of It, a mass of destructive orange lights called the "Deadlights" before Bill defeats the monster with Maturin's help.
After the battle, not knowing if they killed It or not, the Losers get lost in the sewers until they take part in an orgy to bring unity back to the group.
Bowers, having lost his sanity by the time he washed out of the sewers into a nearby river, is institutionalized after being blamed for the child murders.
In July , at the annual Derry carnival, three youths brutally attack a young man named Adrian Mellon and throw him off a bridge.
They are arrested and charged with murder when Mellon's mutilated corpse is found. One of the murderers claims that he saw an eccentric clown kill Mellon underneath the bridge.
Adrian's boyfriend, Don Hagarty, the other victim in the attack, had also noticed the clown, but the prosecutors convince him not to mention it during the trial.
When a string of violent child killings occurs in Derry once again, an adult Mike Hanlon, now the town's librarian and the only one of the Losers to remain in Derry, calls up the six former members of the Losers Club and reminds them of their childhood promise to return should the killings start again.
Bill Denbrough is now a successful horror writer living in England with his actress wife, Audra. Beverly Marsh is a fashion designer in Chicago, who has married an abusive man named Tom Rogan, who is similar to her abusive father.
Eddie Kaspbrak has moved to New York City, where he runs a limousine rental company and has married a hysterical codependent woman similar to his hypochondriac mother.
Richie Tozier lives in Los Angeles and works as a disc jockey. Ben Hanscom is now thin and a successful but lonely architect, living in Nebraska.
Stan Uris is a wealthy accountant residing in Atlanta, Georgia, and is married to a teacher named Patty Blum. Prior to Mike's phone calls, all of the Losers had completely forgotten each other and the trauma of their childhood, burying the horror of their encounters with It.
However, all but Stan reluctantly agree to return to Derry. After Mike's phone call, Stan is in such fear at the thought of facing It again that he commits suicide by slitting his wrists in the bathtub, writing "IT" on the wall in his own blood.
Tom refuses to let Beverly go and tries to beat her, but she lashes out at him before fleeing, causing him serious injury.
The five return to Derry with only the dimmest awareness of why they are doing so, remembering only absolute terror and their promise to return.
The Losers meet for lunch in a Chinese restaurant, where Mike reminds them that It awakens once roughly every 27 years for 12—16 months at a time, feeding on children before going into slumber again.
The group decides to kill It once and for all. At Mike's suggestion, each person explores different parts of Derry to help restore their memories.
Bill finds his childhood bicycle, "Silver," and brings it to Mike's. Three other people are also converging on the town: Audra, who is worried about Bill; Tom, who plans to kill Beverly; and Henry Bowers, who has escaped from Juniper Hill Mental Asylum with help from It.