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Stephen Kings It Navigation menu VideoStephen King's IT (1990) - Eddie \ It (also known as Stephen King's It) is a American ABC two-part psychological horror drama miniseries directed by Tommy Lee Wallace and adapted by Lawrence D. Cohen from Stephen King 's novel of the same name. Stephen King is one of the most notable authors there is. The way he just immerses the reader into his works is fantastic. He has a way with words that just makes the reader want to read more and. Stephen King is one of the most notable authors there is. The way he just immerses the reader into his works is fantastic. He has a way with words that just makes the reader want to read more and. Stephen King’s terrifying, classic #1 New York Times bestseller, “a landmark in American literature” (Chicago Sun-Times)—about seven adults who return to their hometown to confront a nightmare they had first stumbled on as teenagers an evil without a name: It. Welcome to Derry, Maine. With Richard Thomas, Tim Reid, Annette O'Toole, Harry Anderson. In , seven pre-teen outcasts fight an evil demon who poses as a child-killing clown. Thirty years later, they reunite to stop the demon once and for all when it returns to their hometown. Art Departmental. Ben stays behind to destroy the eggs, while Bill and Richie head toward their final confrontation with It. Area Film Critics Association. Pet Sematary Pet Sematary Two Sendung Verpasst Inas Nacht Sematary Hd Für Alle Beginnings The Gunslinger Born Ingolstadt Magdeburg Long Road Home Treachery The Sorcerer Fall of Gilead Battle of Suizid Club Hill. They reach It's lair and find It Sturm Der Liebe Eva Und Christoph taken the form of a giant spider. Seattle Film Critics Society. Muschietti himself found mainstream s lighting too artificial thus preferred to through windows and bounce off the floor, allowing him to convey a Stephen Kings It of intimacy with the characters, while admiring the approach of unsettling Gls Sendung and soft lights. Mike Hanlon Kontiki Film episodes, John Ritter Tabitha King wife Joe Hill son Owen King son. Retrieved February 17, He's my literary hero. Retrieved May 9, Archived from the original on August 9, Beyond Its physical form lies what It calls the deadlights, a sea of destructive orange lights that drive most humans insane upon sight. Ein unheimlicher Clown ermordet in einer Kleinstadt mehrere Kinder. Andere werden vermisst. Sieben Freunde können entkommen und glauben, das Böse besiegt zu haben. Doch 30 Jahre nach den grausamen Ereignissen findet Mike Hanlon an einem Tatort ein. Stephen Kings Es ist ein zweiteiliger Fernseh-Horrorfilm aus dem Jahr , der auf dem Roman Es von Stephen King basiert. Es (Originaltitel: It) ist ein Horror-Roman des amerikanischen Schriftstellers Stephen King. Er erzählt die Geschichte von sieben Kindern, die sich gegen eine. faceyoutub.com - Kaufen Sie Stephen Kings IT günstig ein. Qualifizierte Bestellungen werden kostenlos geliefert. Sie finden Rezensionen und Details zu einer.
Ben also passes on the tale of the charter for Derry township, which started as a beaver trapping camp in the 18th century per the book. It crashed to the ground there thousands of years prior, but It only began to feed when the Derry settlers arrived.
All 91 settlers vanished, a la Roanoke, with no explanation. There were stories of a battle with Native Americans, but no signs of an attack.
All that was left was a bloody trail leading to the Well House. As we later learn, the Well House is located in 29 Niebolt Street, where It lives. There's also a quick reference to the Bradley Gang in , and a bit more details can be seen on the wall mural outside the butcher shop where the Losers tend to Ben's wounds.
The Bradley Gang were an infamous group of bandits who robbed and killed multiple Derry shop owners before the townspeople rallied against them and shot them dead in the streets.
In the novel, that story is passed on through creepy pharmacist 1, Mr. Keene and the book is filled with many, many more instances of how It has corrupted the history and town of Derry, from eating children to inciting violent chaos, Its fingerprints are all over the dark history of the town.
Mike's research leads him to a Native American tribe that live outside the Derry town limits -- outside of Its reach -- and there, he has a vision of It arriving on earth, falling from the sky and crashing into the Earth's ground in the land that would become Derry.
In that vision, we also glimpse the Ritual of Chüd, which is said to defeat the creature. In the book, it's a truly insane process that involves metaphorically biting down one each other's tongue and telling jokes until the loser laughs, and it also sends Bill and Richie into the Macroverse.
Ultimately, It is defeated by the unity of belief and display of power from the Losers. Chapter Two continually reinforces the theme that "all things must abide by the rules of the shape they inhabit" also true for the mythology of the book, where it's werewolf form was vulnerable to silver, etc.
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Georgie Denbrough : In the cellar? Bill Denbrough : You want to fl-fl-float, dont' you? Crazy Credits The film title "It" appears at the start as the camera zooms out of a Derry sewer tunnel.
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Stanley Uris. Henry Bowers. Belch Huggins. Victor Criss. Patrick Hockstetter. Georgie Denbrough. On August 16, , in an interview with Entertainment Weekly , costume designer Janie Bryant spoke of crafting Pennywise's form-fitting suit and the inspirations to which it drew upon involving a number of bygone times among them the Medieval , Renaissance , Elizabethan , and Victorian eras.
It's more organic, it's more sheer. It has a whimsical, floppy quality to it. It's not a direct translation of a ruff or a whisk, which were two of the collars popular during the Elizabethan period.
Bryant played with multiple eras as a way of reflecting Pennywise's immortality and added a "doll-like quality to the costume.
It gives the character a child-like quality. The costume is very nipped in the waist and with the peplum and bloomers it has an expansive silhouette.
It's almost like Pennywise fades into his environment. But there are accents to pull out the definition of the gray silk. Bryant explained that she wished for Pennywise to have an organic element about himself, with herself paying attention to King's description of Pennywise as being in a silvery gray.
And given that this guy has been around for centuries, I wondered myself why, why not, having an upgrade that was s?
There was lots of work put into dressing mannequins and putting some heads on them with masks and wigs and so on. Some of them were real people, so they start moving as you see in the movie.
Chris Jenkins and Michael Keller were sound engineers for the film, tasked with sound mixing , while sound editor Victor Ray Ennis supervised the process.
Nicholas Brooks was the overall visual effects supervisor and the visual effects company Rodeo FX worked on most of the visual effects on It ,    completing 95 shots for the film.
Producer Barbara Muschietti stated that It would use computer-generated imagery as a support tool in every circumstance; never as an element standing on its own in regard to its relationship with practical effects , to which she stated, "In every film, in this day and age, there is some CG, but we will use it as little as possible.
Company 3 ' s Stephen Nakamura collaborated with Muschietti to color grade It , completing the film's digital intermediate in Blackmagic DaVinci Resolve at EFILM ,  spoke of the concepts about the look of Muschietti's film that evolved during production, and while continuing it in the DI , the idea that a lot of the film takes place in fairly high-key situations, not the kind of dark, shadowy world some horror films exist in.
It's set in a small town that sort of looks like this pleasant place to be, but all this wild stuff is happening! You're pushing more light through the images overall and the contrast ratio is massive so dark scenes can be even darker but we can hold onto every scary detail.
It is a loss of innocence story with fear, mortality and survivalist themes. He also mentioned the characterization of Pennywise's survivalist attitude, and a passage in the novel which inspired Muschietti, was when Bill wonders if Pennywise is eating children simply because that's what we're told monsters do, in stating,  "It's a tiny bit of information, but that sticks with you so much.
Maybe it is real as long as children believe in it. And in a way, Pennywise's character is motivated by survival.
In order to be alive in the imagination of children, he has to keep killing. Director Andy Muschietti said influences on It included the "visceral" authority of horror cinema: The Howling , The Thing , and Near Dark Muschietti spoke of bringing certain cultural experience within the genre to It , in which he highlights his devotion to horror coming from international horror films and literature, to which he stated,  "there's other sides to my storytelling influences that comes from of course Jorge Luis Borges and Adolfo Bioy Casares and writers like Horacio Quiroga But you know, my love for horror comes from movies that were mainly English language.
But Pennywise is not a real person. And I just loved the way my brother ran as a kid. It was just out of sync. So I incorporated that into the character, and you get this really explosive effect.
It's really unsettling when it happens. In approaching the story, Barbara Muschietti referred to Stephen King's It as "our bible", while thinking it to be interesting to respect the proper chronology, with the Muschietti siblings going into the casting process with the book in mind.
Andy wanted to preserve it and really make that a part of It because I think those moments of levity provide a great contrast to those darker moments, or makes the darker moments feel all that much darker.
On March 23, , Benjamin Wallfisch was announced as the composer of It ' s score. I also very subtly use certain melodic fragments from it in other themes, for example the piano music that opens and closes the movie.
All tracks are written by Benjamin Wallfisch. It premiered at Grauman's Chinese Theatre , on September 5, in Hollywood , California ,  after screening as a preview at BFI Southbank in London, England on September 4, ,    while being selected to screen as the opening-film of the Fantasy Filmfest in Munich, Germany on September 6.
A few days before its release, Variety reported the film broke Fandango 's pre-sales record to become the top horror pre-seller of all-time, eclipsing Paranormal Activity 3 , as well as setting the record as the site's top pre-seller among September releases, beating Sully The official website for It debuted on August 31, introducing a marketing campaign and interactive layout to promote the film.
Damaske also stated, "One of the chief complaints is that it looked too automatically scary, and that one of the reasons Pennywise chooses his guise is to trick and lure children.
It's nowhere near as baggy or colorful as the one Tim Curry donned but the new version certainly seems to have a lot more thought and intent behind its creation.
Barkan then stated "I don't know if it's morbid curiosity or hopeful wishes but the overall response to his face and makeup seemed to be quite positive!
On March 9, , Neha Aziz of SXSW announced that Muschietti is set to appear at a screening event titled, Face Your Fears , to share footage from It , while discussing his inspirations and influences.
I loved it for that reason. On March 28, , New Line released a second teaser trailer to promote It ,  following a second trailer and the official theatrical release poster the prior day,    and for exhibitors at CinemaCon.
That projector scene! Nothing in the It trailer feels like a cheap thrill, which is all the more thrilling. It's a smart move, because if a sequel does come along, it's going to be looking at the kids as adults, so that aspect will be lost.
On July 27, , Warner Bros. With It playing in 4, theaters, it set the record for most venues for an R-rated film, surpassing Logan ' s 4, theaters,  as well as the record for the largest opening for an R-rated horror movie, improving on Alien: Covenant ' s 3, theaters.
Internationally, the film was released on approximately 10, screens. Strowbridge of The Numbers estimated that the film would be a box office success, suggesting Muschietti's film to be the biggest hit of the month and dominating the box office in its respective weekend of release.
It received praise for its performances, direction, screenplay, cinematography, and musical score. The site's critical consensus reads, "Well-acted and fiendishly frightening with an emotionally affecting story at its core, It amplifies the horror in Stephen King's classic story without losing touch with its heart.
Vanity Fair ,  Salon ,  and IndieWire ,  among others, pegged it as an Oscar contender. Louis Post-Dispatch , Calvin Wilson wrote, "Muschietti conjures an atmosphere of dread that allows for the occasional burst of humor.
Maria Sciullo of The Pittsburgh Post-Gazette wrote: "Dylan Grazer and Lillis are standouts among a pretty good bunch of child actors. The better by far is the one that feels like a darker Stand by Me a nostalgic coming-of-age story about seven likable outcasts riding around on their bikes and facing their fears together.
The film, however, was not without criticism, as some critics were disappointed with the film's implementation of jump scares.
As always, the horrors you get a close look at are much less terrifying than those that remain unseen. Producer Roy Lee mentioned a second planned film in an interview with Collider on February 16, , before principal photography had begun on the first film, saying, "Dauberman wrote the most recent draft working with Muschietti, so it's being envisioned as two movies.
Ideally, we would start prep in March. Part one is only about the kids. Part two is about these characters 30 years later as adults, with flashbacks to when they were kids.
It's the second half, it's not a sequel. It's the second half and it's very connected to the first one.
On September 25, , New Line Cinema announced that the sequel would be released on September 6, ,  with Gary Dauberman writing the script.
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Pennywise is a bit of a different story, though. His manner is so crucial to what's frightening about him, and it's too much fun to imagine all of the nuances different actors could give him.
I think there are a hundred actors who could each pull off a fascinating, horrifying Pennywise, and I tried not to get too attached to any one actor in my head.
I think the Pennywise in this adaptation is a less self-conscious of his own irony and surreality than was Tim Curry 's Pennywise. I think it will be harder to laugh at his antics since, under the permissiveness of an R rating, I was able to give him back a lot of his more upsetting moments from the novel, ones that could never be aired on network television.
We're not working on the second part yet. The first script is just about the kids. It's more like The Goonies meets a horror film.
We're definitely honoring the spirit of Stephen King, but the horror has to be modernized to make it relevant. That's my job, right now, on this pass.
I'm working on making the horror more about suspense than visualization of any creatures. I just don't think that's scary.
What could be there, and the sounds and how it interacts with things, is scarier than actual monsters. I believe that what is captured in the eye goes beyond what can be seen in facial expressions alone.
So I always look for a specific way to highlight the eyes of each actor. We did several tests on Pennywise's eyes during camera tests and in the end, I used a flashlight.
We tested a lot of different lamps and I chose a particularly powerful one, which gave a very hard light. When Pennywise looks at the kids, I wanted his eyes to look more than his desire to eat them.
I liked the idea that, in his eyes, we can see that he knows the fear he inflicts. A bit like when a mother looks hard at her children to scold them.
More than just scary eyes, I thought that was what the character needed. So something had to be done to emphasize his look. Then we went through studio notes and audience screenings to further work the cut.
Not only are there film rhythms, but there are also filmmaker rhythms. Cutting a film is a marathon, not a sprint.
You have to emotionally and physically pace yourself. The evil house had three specific moments there's the exterior, there's the interior, and then the basement, where the well is where Pennywise accesses the sewers and the cisterns where his lair is I also wanted to have this spooky tree looming at the house so we decided to build it until a crew member found this tree, driving to the office here one morning.
So we bought the tree from the owner after negotiating. We built really quick CG assets for all the characters, including Pennywise, and we planned out all his transformations and the action.
In the end, you could have the shape of both characters, but both of them could have the textures of one or the other.
With some simulated effects we'd be able to balance all of that out and really time it to what [Muschietti] was looking for.
We're very big fans of his. He's my literary hero. It all started with Pet Sematary but then It came along and for me, it was a mind-blowing experience.
My first reaction, when offered the opportunity to direct this movie, was basically to go back to my emotional experience reading the book when I was a child, and translating that into a movie that would blow my mind as an adult.
Those were the big ideas when approaching the making of this movie. Benjamin Wallfisch. Main article: It Chapter Two. British Board of Film Classification.
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