Country: United States
Category: Drama, Horror
Release Date: 8 September, 2017
Director: Andy Muschietti
Starring: Bill Skarsgård, Jaeden Lieberher, Finn Wolfhard
Age Restriction: 18 years
Duration: 135 minutes
Box Office: $?
“It”, The film (2017), new film adaptation of the literary work of Stephen King, already has its first critics and to the joy of the fans are very encouraging.
The film, directed by Andrés Muschietti and starring Bill Skarsgard, premieres worldwide until September but has already been shown to a privileged group of journalists and experts.
Warner Bros. authorized to the press that saw the film publish brief messages in the social network Twitter with their opinions, most agreeing that this story maintains the essence of the novel, as much for the work of Skarsgard as for the children protagonists.
It is true that there is still a month left, but if you have your eyes sharpened in the distance in the distance you can see September showing the duck. After a torrid summer enjoying-those who can-leisure time, terraceo and holiday destinations, the arrival of autumn may thus be euphemistically a not too cheerful prospect.
However, the film industry has a good habit of helping to pass the bad drink by reserving its strong dishes towards the end of the year, always with the mind set in the awards season. And here we bring a selection of the most anticipated titles that will come to billboard from September. May the mood not falter.
#4 A great release date: September 8, 2017
Attention coulrophobic! The first major release of the post-summer season comes from the hand of Stephen King and his fearsome clown Pennywise. King's novel was crying out for a film adaptation after the evil of the 1990s eponymous miniseries. Except for Tim Curry's excellent work as a sinister and malignant version of Charlie Rivel, the 1990 version amplifies the weaknesses of Original in a new age end of turns impossible to digest without blushing. Fortunately, the trailer for 'It' (2017) promises. Andy Muschietti, director of 'Mom' (2013), directs Bill Skarsgård in the role of Pennywise and a broad cast of teenagers including Finn Wolfhard (Mike in 'Stranger Things'), Nicholas Hamilton ('Fantastic Captain' 'The Dark Tower') and Megan Charpentier ('Mama', 'Resident Evil: Revenge'). The Spanish contribution is by Javier Botet, who can boast of having seven major projects pending premiere on both sides of the pond.
They are terrifying! New images of the new Pennywise remake of 'IT' (2017), characterized by Bill Skarsgard ('Hemlock Grove', 'Anna Karenina'), are terrifyingly creepy. This new 'IT' clown has nothing to do with the previous one. Although it should be noted that we are not saying that one is "better than another." They are simply two different epochs with two completely different approaches. But we do not give you the tabarra anymore and leave you the images, which is what you have come to see.
This remake is directed by Andrés Muschietti ('Mama') and has a cast headed by Bill Skarsgård, Jaeden Lieberher, Wyatt Oleff, Jeremy Ray Taylor, Finn Wolfhard, Jack Grazer, Chosen Jacobs, Nicholas Hamilton and Javier Botet.
The history of the original work alternates two moments of the past (1957-58) and present (1985). In the small town of Derry (Maine, USA) there is a monster with an insatiable appetite. The creature is a being from another world with the power to read minds and to cause fears.
That's what it feeds on. Especially the pure terror of children. It is usually disguised of the clown Pennywise with that it torments the children. Adults often feed their most hidden desires. Once eats he sleeps 30 years. Seven children called "Los Perdedores" unite their great imagination and their friendship to stop it. They make the pact to return 30 years later to know if they manage to defeat it. But once again they must face this powerful evil being.