It is ready to terrify the world with the rebooted version of Stephen King's spooky and legendary book. The reboot is set to be released in theatres across the world from September 8th, in which will scare the souls out of the people who are brave enough to watch the movie.
#It tells the story of a group of young children, who are part of the 'Losers' Club'. However, you make a little club isn't all that bad. With Stephen King being that much of an epic writer, he likes to twist things up, as he creates Pennywise the Clown, who terrorises the sweet and innocent Losers Club.
Members of the rebooted Losers' Club have been speaking to Entertainment Weekly, and have revealed who they hope to see play the adult members within the Losers Club.
Who Should Play the Adult Version of Bill Denbrough?
The character, Bill, plays an important role in It; he's the leader of the Losers' Club. Bill is aged 14 and was born in 1947. From time to time, Bill tends to go by the nicknames of 'Stuttering Bill', 'Billy Boy', 'Big Bill', and 'Billy Denbrough'. In the spine-tingling movie awaiting release, child Bill is played by Jaeden Lieberher. Speaking to Entertainment Weekly, Lieberher has said he wants to see Christian Bale follow in his footsteps and become leader of the Losers' Club when the children become adults, and their choices are perfect!
Who Should Play the Adult Version of Stanley Uris?
Next is the character Stanley Uris, also born in 1947. On several occasions Stanley's nicknames are exposed to the audience. They are; 'Stanley', 'Stan the Man', 'Stanny', and 'Stanley Boy'.The newer version of It will see Stanley being played by Wyatt Oleff. Excitedly, Oleff explained that he wants to see the adult version of Stanley played by Joseph Gordon-Levitt.
Who Should Play the Adult Version of Richie Tozier?
Also part of the Losers' Club is Richie Tozier. In the book, Richie was born in 1946 and has the nicknames of of 'Bucky Beaver' and 'Trashmouth'. In the rebooted version of It, the child version of Richie is portrayed by Finn Wolfhard, and Wolfhard hopes to see Bill Hader join the horror series as the older version of Richie.
Who Should Play the Adult Version of Beverly Marsh?
Next up is Beverly Marsh, born in the year 1947. Beverly goes by the nicknames of either 'Bev' and 'Bevvy'. When it is released next month, Beverly will be played by Sophia Lillis. When questioned, Lillis explained that she would love to see Jessica Chastain take on Beverly when the sequel is released.
Who Should Play the Adult Version of Ben Hanscom?
Ben Hansom was also born in the year 1947, meaning he fits in well with the other members of the Losers' Club. Due to his appearance, Ben has some quite brutal nicknames. These are; 'Fat Boy', 'Fatfuck', 'Haystack', 'Benny', 'Piggie', and 'Porker'. Child Ben will be portrayed Jeremy Ray Taylor, who has his fingers crossed that Chris Pratt is cast to play the adult version of Ben.
Who Should Play the Adult Version of Mike Hanlon?
The Last member of the Losers' Club is Mike Hanlon, making the club a lucky seven. In the book, Mike was born in 1947. Mike only has one nickname, and that is 'Mikey'. However, this nickname was only used by his parents when he was an infant. In the upcoming movie, Mike is played by Chosen Jacobs, who wants to see Chadwick Boseman take on the role as the brave Mike Hanlon in his adult years.
With it being 27 years since Tim Curry appeared as the haunting Pennywise, fans have high expectations for the reboot, especially as Stephen King himself has given it his approval.
26-year-old Swedish actor, Bill Skarsgard, will be playing Pennywise the Clown this time around. Pennywise will stalk and destroy the lives of the Losers' Club in the most deadly way possible. Catch the Losers' Club in action when It is released on September 8th. Have you booked your tickets yet?
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(Source: Entertainment Weekly)