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A new iteration of It entered development a couple of years ago with True Detective helmer Cary Fukunaga co-writing and directing, but as the project came close to production, the filmmaker departed over creative differences. Now, Mama helmer Andy Muscietti is onboard to direct, and filming is set to get underway later this year.
Stephen King’s work is the stuff of nightmares. He’s created some of the most iconic characters of horror. However, it’s possible that no character has quite grabbed hold of our psyche like Pennywise the clown, the personification of the demon from King’s seminal tale It. While the cinematic adaptation of the story has been taking its sweet time coming to the screen, it now appears that when the film finally does come crawling out of the shower drain, it will do so with the intention of scaring the hell out of you.
originally posted by: PhantomOrion
a reply to: Discotech
Yes, he did. Tim Curry was perfect for the role.
Is it possible for him to reprise the role? If not, who would be the best actor to take up the baton?
Will Ferrel? Andy Samberg?
Creative differences? How hard you guys plan on butchering the original