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IT’s First Trailer Shows Off the Newest Pennywise

Do you have some kind of unhealthy need to watch Pennywise again? If so, what’s wrong with you? Also, this trailer gives you a some nice, creepy glimpses of the freaky monster clown in the newest adaptation of Stephen King’s It. Along the way we also get a look at the children Pennywise terrorizes.

Set in King’s oft-revisited fictional town of Derry, Maine, It follows this group of kids as they face both this literal demon responsible for various missing children in the town, as well as their own demons. This will be the first of two planned movies, with the second presumably focusing on the events once these children grow up.

Watch the trailer below, but beware crazy monster clowns:

Gross. I just can’t stand clowns. I don’t care if they have the cure for my cancer.

The film does look visually pleasing, and I love Pennywise’s design. It should be interesting to see how this one ends up striking fans of the 1990 TV miniseries, and those fans of the novel who may hope this newest version strikes truer to the books. Have fun, horror fans. I hope for your sake this turns out great.

It is scheduled to release on September 8. It stars Bill Skarsgård as the infamous Pennywise, along with Jaeden Lieberher, Jeremy Ray Taylor, Sophia Lillis, Finn Wolfhard, Wyatt Oleff,  Chosen Jacobs, Jack Dylan Grazer, Nicholas Hamilton, and Jackson Robert Scott.


Video and Images Courtesy of Warner Bros

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