EXCLUSIVE: Andi Matichak has joined Judy Greer in the reboot of David Gordon Green and Danny McBride’s Halloween reboot for Blumhouse, Universal Pictures, and Miramax. Matichak will play Allyson, the daughter of Judy Greer’s character. The film is prepping for an October 2018 release date. Jamie Lee Curtis is reprising her role in the film about psycho-killer Michael Myers. Green is directing from a screenplay he co-wrote with McBride. Halloween creator John Carpenter…
Paramount Players is moving forward with an adaptation of the classic Nickelodeon show “Are You Afraid of the Dark” as a feature film and set “It” scribe Gary Dauberman to write the script. Matt Kaplan is producing. Created by D.J. MacHale and Ned Kandel, the 1990s anthology series was set around a group of kids […]
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Mississippi photographer makes his three-year-old brother Louie up to look like Pennywise from Stephen King's 'It', and the results are deeply unsettling.
Yahoo Movies debuts an exclusive new featurette for the upcoming adaptation of Stephen King's 'It,' the horror classic featuring the evil clown Pennywise
The World Clown Association has produced materials to help clowns to combat recent bad press and public perceptions ahead of movie coming out next month.