Bill Skarsgård covers the latest issue of Jocks & Nerds. Photographer Gavin Bond captures the actor with help from stylist Mark Holmes. Skarsgård talks to Jocks & Nerds about developing his own characterization of Pennywise for It. He shares, “I worked on that idea of what fear is and how it would manifest itself.” The... [Read More]
The actor who played Pennywise admits there was a flashback that was “really, really disturbing."
Bill Skarsgård makes a delightfully terrifying Pennywise the Dancing Clown in IT — but apparently, the most terrifying scene didn't even make the final cut of the remake! In an interview with Variety's Playback podcast, the actor revealed that production filmed a scene set in the early 17th century, showing the origin of Pennywise and his [...]
It star Bill Skarsgard reveals one particularly terrifying scene was left on the editing room floor, but may still eventually see the light of day. The post It Cut a ‘Really, Really Disturbing’ Pennywise Origin Scene appeared first on CBR.
Pennywise actor Bill Skarsgard has revealed a IT deleted scene that could be reused in IT 2.
It was just last week we let you guys know that WB/New Line's new plan is to let STEPHEN KING'S IT director Andres Muschietti edit together a Director's Cut for Blu-ray & DVD with 15mins of new footage. Today we haveShow More Summary
We almost caught up with Pennywise in the 1600s. Just last week, IT director Andy Muschietti revealed that an extended version of the hit film will be released on home video, containing approximately 15-minutes of material not seen in the theatrical version. Muschietti teased two scenes in particular that will likely be part of his […]
IT is having one hell of a ride. IT has, as of this weekend, earned $218.7 million domestically to become the top-grossing September release in history, as well as the second highest grossing R-rated horror film of all time, behind only the The Exorcist, and IT‘s good, proven by the great word of mouth that […]
One of the most interesting parts of this year’s remake of Stephen King’s It (besides the film’s colossal box office success) is seeing how new filmmakers tackle an immensely popular book with a very complicated, exceedingly bizarre mythology. (“There’s this cosmic turtle god named Maturin, see? Which brings us to ... More »
Two Skarsgard brothers scored big wins this week by playing very bad boys. Alexander Skarsgard won his first Emmy Award for playing abusive husband Perry Wright in HBO's "Big Little Lies," and his younger brother Bill Skarsgard topped...Show More Summary
Alexander Skarsgard won supporting actor in limited series/TV movie for Big Little Lies at Sunday's Primetime Emmy Awards. It's Skarsgard's first Emmy. He beat out Bill Camp (The Night Of), Alfred Molina (Feud: Bette and Joan), (), David...Show More Summary
Bill Skarsgard‘s It has earned a first place slot again at the weekend box office, earning a whopping $60 million. In the movie’s second weekend at the box office, the film has already made $218.7 million domestically, which is the record for the highest grossing September release of all time. Dylan O’Brien‘s American Assassin earned [...]
It looks like Stephen King’s film adaptation of IT is ready to dominate the box offices for a second weekend and cross the $200 million mark. Pennywise will be able to terrorize yet another generation of people afraid of clowns. This version of the clown is played by actor Bill Skarsgard, who has recently commented […]
You'd think playing a horrific, child-eating clown would step on your game a little, but IT's Bill Skarsgard is still doing okay with the ladies, everyone.
The new It has become one of the biggest blockbusters of 2017, and has reinvigorated the box office for the fall. Much of that success comes from the amazing performance of Bill Skarsgård, who transformed himself into the monstrous Pennywise. Show More Summary
"IT" star Bill Skarsgard says painting his face, putting in some fanged yellow teeth, a clown wig and donning a creepy-as-hell smile hasn't killed his luck with the ladies. We got the "IT" clown himself at LAX Thursday and asked him how playing…
This is a video from Conan of IT actor Bill Skarsgård performing his Pennywise the clown smile with no makeup on. It's pretty creepy. It probably doesn't help that his eyes look a little wonky. He kind of reminds me of Steve Buscemi....Show More Summary
On an episode of Conan, IT actor Bill Skarsgård sat down with host Conan O’Brien and demonstrated his super creepy Pennywise the clown smile without any makeup on. Bill then chatted about how, to prep for his second audition, he practiced his Pennywise laugh with a clown face painted on while driving through Hollywood. Butterscotch...
Spoiler alert — if you haven’t seen Andrés Muschietti’s IT remake yet — Bill Skarsgård is an absolutely amazing Pennywise the Dancing Clown. The 27-year-old actor no doubt brings something undeniably creepy to the table while playing the terrifying clown, with one of his signature elements being a sinister, pointy smile. While recently paying a visit to […]