That Bill Skarsgård isn’t part of the awards season discussion for the year’s best actor is a crime.
Parents in Brisbane are saying that billboards for new horror sequel It: Chapter Two is giving their children nightmares.
Want more Pennywise? Andy and Barbara Muschietti say an extended cut is happening one way or another.
Guests are encouraged to come see 'IT: Chapter Two' dressed as a clown, in tribute to the film’s villain Pennywise The Clown.
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Last year, It: Chapter One became the highest-grossing R-rated movie in history and it’s a testament to the child actors who made up the cast.Audiences really connected with the Losers Club and their efforts to fight off bullies, parents, and a murderous clown to boot but their adventure is far from overIt: Chapter Two will continue Stephen King’s horror story and follow the adult Losers Club as they reunite to properly take down Bill Skarsgard’s Pennywise for good, and here are all the actors who have been cast so far.It: Chapter Two is in cinemas on September 26, 2019READ MORERidley Scott reshoots cost $10mFantastic Beasts backlashThe most popular 2017 movies revealed
The cast of the adult version of the Losers’ Club continues to take shape, as Andy Bean has signed on to play Stanley Uris in “It: Chapter Two,” an individual with knowledge of the project confirmed to TheWrap. Stanley was played by Wyatt Oleff in the first “It” movie, which saw a group of kids in Maine get terrorized by the evil clown, Pennywise. The film, which tells the first half of Stephen King’s famous horror novel, ended with all the kids swearing to return as adults when Pennywise comes back to attack their hometown.
With cameras set to roll on It: Chapter 2 this summer, more casting news is emerging, with Brit star James McAvoy and Bill Hader in talks to star in the horror sequel.
2017’s long-awaited adaptation of Stephen King’s It was a monster hit in every sense of the word. On top of being the best big-screen Stephen King adaptation since 2007’s ‘The Mist,’ it was also one of the most commercially successful horror movies ever.Anyone who saw It immediatelybegan thinking about the sequel – for, as the film’s final moments make clear, Andy Muschietti’s 1989-set film is only the first half of the epic tale, to be concluded in a 2016-set sequel reuniting the ‘Losers Club’ at age 40, to do battle with Bill Skarsgård’s dreaded Pennywise once more.With Jessica Chastain reportedly in talks to play the grown up Beverly Marsh, we wonder which other actors around the 40-mark might be in the frame to take over as the seven protagonists? Here are some suggestions from us (all purely speculative fan-casting, of course).It is available on DVD and Blu-ray now.Read More:It sequel plans confirmedIt director Andy Muschietti interviewedAll 42 Stephen King movies ranked
With new installments of Star Wars, Jurassic World, and the Avengers headed our way this summer, movie fans have plenty to cheer about. The same goes for toy lovers, who can look forward to action figures, play sets, board games, and other playthings based on 2018’s biggest blockbusters and hottest television shows. Yahoo Entertainment spent the past weekend at New York City’s annual festival for toys, Toy Fair, where we got to see both the new and retro movie- and TV-related toys that everyone will be talking about this year. Scroll through the gallery and start getting your holiday wish lists ready now.
Warner Bros. has announced the release date of IT on Blu-ray, and you'll float too with 11 new deleted scenes, some of which may feature unseen Pennywise.
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 […]
Fans who want the Oscar nominee front and center in the next "It" installment could be getting some seriously great news.
Director Andy Muschietti's acclaimed Stephen King adaptation is already the highest-grossing R-rated horror film in box office history.