*During the red carpet arrivals for New Line Cinema’s horror thriller “IT,” EURweb got to know some of the cast and crew’s biggest fears and their favorite Steven King movie.
EUR associate, Miss Conversation Piece, first spoke with Jaeden Lieberher and he says “…all red carpets are scary.” He also spoke on preparing for his role in the film as Bill Denbrough.
Due to the fact this role has been played by multiple actors, he took the time to watch the series and saw their version. He also had to be prepared to stutter and read the script to fully understand why the character does what he does.
In the short clip you can see “Georgie” a small boy chasing a paper boat as it swept down a storm drain and into to the hands of Pennywise the Clown or “It.” Jackson Robert Scott who plays “Georgie” told EURweb his character is a nice little boy that comes back to life as the villain Pennywise.
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In real life, Jackson’s biggest fear are the scorpions that he sees in his home town in Arizona. In the following interview, score composer Benjamin Wallfisch told EURweb that the movie and book “Misery” was his favorite work by Steven King. Logan Thompson who ironically played one of the bullies in the film said his biggest fear was insects.
The movie is about a group of bullied kids that band together when a monster begins hunting children. Set in the township of Derry, Maine … the Losers club, who has all been ostracized for one reason or another, form a bond to stop the killing cycle. The film is based off of the hugely popular Stephen King novel of the same name, which has been terrifying readers for decades.
If you like horror, be sure to check out the scary “IT” in theaters now.