Based on the Donald Ray Pollock novel of the same name, the multi-generational film that explores PTSD stars Tom Holland and Robert Pattinson.
Physical transformation is a huge part of the actor’s toolkit, whether it’s gaining weight, adopting a new physicality or sitting in the make-up chair for hours on end while talented crew members work their magic.This year has yielded an unusual array of transformative performances, with many of the world’s most famous faces changed beyond all recognition in service of delivering something special on the big screen.From glossy awards season biopics to mega-budget blockbuster spectaculars, the craft of an actor often requires a willingness to take risks in delivering a memorable look.These stars certainly succeeded.Read moreMovie transformations of 2018Charlize Theron criticised for dramatic Monster weight gainOlivia Colman discusses shifting weight between Queen roles
Want more Pennywise? Andy and Barbara Muschietti say an extended cut is happening one way or another.
Viewers might have to prepare themselves for even more Pennywise, according to 'It: Chapter Two' director Andy Muschietti.
While Tim Curry's make-up from the 90s TV miniseries of Stephen King's 'It' is indelibly carved into our psyches (whether you've actually seen it or not), it's worth discussing the ending.
What's the opposite of coulrophobia? Well, thanks to actor Bill Skarsgård, plenty of people seem to have it. Badly.
The upcoming remake of Stephen King’s ‘IT’ brings the classic tale of clown-shaped terror back to the big screen. Starring Bill Skarsgård as everyone’s favourite creepy clown, Pennywise, Stephen King’s ‘IT’ dropped another terrifying image today courtesy of Empire Magazine. “There’s supposed to be a less-is-more thing in horror,” director Andrés Muschietti told Empire.