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Will Poulter To Star As The Evil Clown In The Stephen King "It" Remake

A name and face have now been chosen to portray one of the scariest characters in the history of movies and television. Actor Will Poulter has been chosen by New Line and… 397 more words


Has IT Found It's Pennywise?

True Detective director Cary Fukunaga, who has taken on the writing and directing duties of the New Line produced It.  Based off the Stephen King book of the same name, the original story followed a group of outcast kids come together over summer break to take on a monster that’s haunting their town, battling their own personal monsters in the process.   296 more words

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'We're The Miller's' Will Poulter to Play Pennywise in New 'It'

By Nick Wolf
May 5, 2015

It was recently reported that Cary Fukunaga (True Detective) is going to be directing a new It… 297 more words

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Comedy Week: We're the Millers (2013) **REVIEW**

Another week means a new theme for the blog and this week til the 10th is comedies. I know I should’ve kicked it off yesterday but I was sick in bed so I’m going to make it up to you with this hilarious movie: We’re the Millers. 216 more words

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Will Poulter set to scare the living daylights out of everyone as Pennywise in It remake

Will Poulter has landed the part of demonic clown Pennywise in the upcoming film reboot of It.

We’re not clowning around, people.

The 1990 original TV miniseries, based on Stephen King’s novel of the same name, saw Tim Curry in the role. 156 more words


"It" Remake Casts the New Pennywise! Jenny Beware!

The new It remake hinges on one thing:  Whether the new Pennywise can be as creepy and charismatic as Tim Curry’s turn as the titular clown from the 80’s miniseries (pictured above in his second most memorable performance).   184 more words

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Does Will Poulter Have That 'It' Factor?

Carey Fukunaga (True Detective) has found his Pennywise: Will Poulter (We’re The Millers, Son of Rambow) will star in Fukunaga’s adaptation of Stephen King’s classic scary clown epic, … 118 more words