Horror master Stephen King saw the better and brighter IT film twice as of now and was not set up for how great it truly was, which is a startling decent sign for blood and guts movie fans when the movie is released in theaters next week.
Stephen King ‘Was Not Prepared’ About IT Film Success
The big screen adaptation of King’s novel of the same name starring Jaeden Lieberher, Jeremy Ray Taylor, Sophia Lillis, Finn Wolfhard, Wyatt Oleff, Chosen Jacobs, Jack Dylan Grazer, Nicholas Hamilton, Jackson Robert Scott and Bill Skarsgård as the infamous Pennywise the Dancing Clown has already received early praise from those lucky enough to catch an early look at the clown setting up IT to be a huge box office and critical success.
in another video talk with finding on Bleeding Appalling, King talks his response to seeing the film for the first time, his thoughts on Bill Skarsgård’s depiction of Pennywise and regardless of whether he supposes his fans will appreciate the motion picture. For Stephen King, he was really amazed at exactly how great IT truly was, which isn’t shocking at all considering the reaction of Ruler’s adjustments have fluctuated from positive (think The Sparkling) to negative (think The Dull Pinnacle). Here are Above all else’s considerations on the film:
“I had hopes, but I was not prepared for how good it really was. It’s something that’s different, and at the same time, it’s something that audiences are gonna relate to. They’re gonna like the characters. To me, it’s all about character. If you like the characters… if you care… the scares generally work.”
“I’m sure my fans will enjoy the movie. I think they’re gonna really enjoy the movie. And I think some of them will go back two or three times and actually savor the thing. I went back and saw it a second time, and I felt I was seeing things the second time through that I missed the first time.”
Here is what Stephen King had to say about Muschietti and Skarsgård:
“Let’s just say I had strong hopes for the movie because I knew Andy’s work from Mama, and I thought he was a really, really talented director. And I also loved the idea of concentrating on the kids’ half of the story.
“Skarsgard was great as Pennywise, and he’s got big shoes to fill. Let’s face it. Because people remember Tim Curry as Pennywise the Clown, and they remember the look that Pennywise had.”