R | | Drama, Horror, Thriller
In the summer of 1989, a group of bullied kids band together to destroy a shapeshifting monster, which disguises itself as a clown and preys on the children of Derry, their small Maine town.
Learn more about the early career of Bill Skarsgård and watch the young stars of It reveal what it was like to see Pennywise the Clown for the first time while filming.
After Cary Joji Fukunaga dropped out, Andy Muschietti pitched a movie that would use most of the Fukunaga/Palmer script, but with more famous scenes from the book added. While Muschietti did most of the rewrite himself, the final version was touched up a little by Gary Dauberman to... ...
Sure I will not get into trouble, Bill?
Bill Denbrough: Don't be a wu-wu-wuss. I'd come with you if I weren't... dying.
Georgie Denbrough: You're not dying!
Bill Denbrough: You didn't see the v-v-vomit coming out of my nose this morning?
Georgie Denbrough: That's disgusting.
Bill Denbrough: Ok, go get the wax.
Georgie Denbrough: In the cellar?
Bill Denbrough: You want...
When Bev sits in the tub looking at the poem on the post card, she sets it down with the writing facing up. Later, not only does the position of the card change, but it now has the photo side facing up. Also, the card would have been warped after being covered in such a mess. Later we see only minimal streaks on the card.
At the conclusion of the credits, as the title card is displayed, Pennywise's maniacal laugh can be heard.
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