Written by Patti Pauley

Whether you’re pumped up for a new take on the massive achievement of Stephen King’s IT, or you make up the percentage of horror fans who harbor  doubts that Bill Skarsgård will be able to fill those large clown shoes of Tim Curry, there’s one thing we as a whole have in common. And that is either way, you’re curious. Curious enough as to no matter what your feelings are on it, you’re probably going to see it anyway as Pennywise the Clown is arguably one of King’s most terrifying creations from the author’s brilliantly twisted mind.

Over the course of last year, we’ve brought you snippets here and there of photos leaked from production. From a shot of Pennywise as a nerve-wracking jack-in-the-box, to missing children posters from the set of the film. All most likely to peak our interest, and dammit to hell if it hasn’t. Now, make-up effects artist Tom Woodruff has shared a photo from his personal Instagram account displaying Pennywise in action on the set. Behold, Skarsgård in all his painted nightmare glory!


And as Negan would say, That’s creepy as shit.


#adi Pennywise makeup for 2017’s IT.

A photo posted by Tom Woodruff, Jr. (@tom_woodruffjr) on


New Line Cinema’s adaptation of Stephen King’s IT is currently in post-production and slated for a September 8, 2017 theatrical release. The film stars Jack Dylan Grazer (Tales of Halloween) as Stan Uris, Wyatt Oleff (Guardians of the Galaxy) as Eddie Kaspbrak, Chosen Jacobs (Hawaii Five-0) as Mike Hanlon, Jeremy Ray Taylor (42) as Ben Hanscom, Jaeden Lieberher (Midnight Special) as Bill Denbrough, Finn Wolfhard (Stranger Things) as Richie Tozier, and introducing Sophia Lillis as Beverly Marsh.


  1. The worst/best thing about entire history was that he was right. He confirmed his suspicions. It’d have been easier to write him being paranoid and over analytical

  2. Your taste doesn’t match with mine definitely. I slept midway with SanJunipro. The best ones were Shut up and dance, white bear, white Christmas. Season 3 was lower in quality overall with all American influence. All British episodes have been elite.


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