It (2017)

 ●  Latin American Spanish ● 2 hrs 15 mins

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Seven friends encounter a shape shifter spirit, that takes the form of an evil clown who targets children.

Cast: Bill Skarsgard, Finn Wolfhard, Nicholas Hamilton, Sophia Lillis

Crew: Andres Muschietti (Director), Chung-hoon Chung (Director of Photography), Benjamin Wallfisch (Music Director)

Genres: Horror, Thriller

Release Dates: 07 Sep 2017 (Mexico), 08 Sep 2017 (Spain)

Tagline: You'll float too.

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as Pennywise
as Richie Tozier
as Henry Bowers
as Beverly Marsh
as Hostess
as Eddie Kaspbrak
as Bill Denbrough
as The Leper
as Ben Hanscom
as Gretta
as Patrick Hockstetter
as Sharon Denbrough
as Leroy Hanlon
as Judith
as Stan Uris


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Film Type:
Latin American Spanish
Spoken Languages:
Hindi, Tamil, Telugu
Colour Info:
Sound Mix:
Datasat Digital Sound, Dolby Atmos, Dolby Digital, Sony Dynamic Digital Sound
Frame Rate:
24 fps
Aspect Ratio:
2.39:1 (Scope)
Archival Source:
You'll float too.
Movie Connection(s):
Dubbed from: It (English)
Actor Finn Wolfhard admits to having a fear of clowns despite starring as Richie Tozier in this movie.

Cary Fukunaga was set to direct, but dropped out due to production budget and a difference in artistic vision.

Tim Curry, Ben Mendelsohn and Will Poulter were initially offered the role of pennywise, until they opted out of the project for various reasons.

Hugo Weaving and Bill Skarsgard were the two finalists for the role of Pennywise after Will Poulter left the project. Skarsgard eventually got the role, reportedly due to his ability to play a more fun and child-like Pennywise in addition to a creepy Pennywise, while Weaving reportedly fell short in playfulness and could only play creepy.

During early stages of production, Chloe Grace Moretz was strongly considered for the role of Beverly.

About 6 months before the film was released, Stephen King (the author of the original novel) was shown a screening.
Filming Start Date:
27 Jun 2016
Filming End Date:
21 Sep 2016