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A Return Of Pennywise To TV Could Haunt Your Dreams Once More!

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The horror classic “A Nightmare on Elm Street,” in which Jim Carrey starred, has been out of theatres for nearly two decades. Despite the fact that the film is now regarded as a cult classic, there are still fans eager to see the character make a comeback.

Pennywise; The Most Feared Villain In The History Of Horror Films

According to the Hollywood Reporter, a new “Nightmare on Elm Street” film is being developed by Paramount Pictures and the horror icon may be returning as the main antagonist.

A Return Of Pennywise To TV Could Haunt Your Dreams Once More

Pennywise is one of the most feared villains in the history of horror films, and his return to the big screen could be a terrifying experience for horror fans.

The History Of Pennywise

He’s familiar to you. I know what you think of him. Pennywise, the terrifying clown from Derry, Maine, first appeared on the big screen in 1988. In 1990, a miniseries adaptation of Stephen King’s novel “It” premiered. He quickly became a pop culture icon thanks to Tim Curry’s portrayal of the title clown, who was famous for making children’s nightmares come true.

If you have a friend who is obsessed with dreams, this news is sure to excite them. Pennywise, the murderous clown from Stephen King’s It and its recent film adaptation, could be back in your living room

The Movie IT

IT has already established itself as one of the most popular franchises in the modern horror genre after just two films. A worldwide fan base has already formed around the film, making it a near-guaranteed box office hit. Pennywise’s quest to terrorize the town of Derry, Maine, seems to be unstoppable right now.

With its tales of shapeshifting evil and the power of friendship, 2017’s horror hit IT could get a follow-up film. This IT project’s shape is still up in the air: For now, it looks like a TV show will follow “The Losers Club as adults,” who are “forced to reunite when a devastating secret from their past emerges,” reports Deadline.com. Andy Muschietti, Gary Dauberman, and Barbara Muschietti are all rumored to be working with New Line on a return to the filmmaking fold.

Two parts were needed to tell the story of the small town overrun by evil forces in Stephen King’s “It,” which was adapted into 1990 miniseries. Nearly 30 years later, Andy Muschietti’s R-rated stage adaptation stayed true to the novel’s child characters, but it also set the stage for a sequel that would deal with the children as grownups in the years since.

Director Andy Muschietti is teasing really long titles in his upcoming film adaptation of Stephen King’s second half of the book (the part that focuses on the adults). Even if he wasn’t dead in 1990, Pennywise could return to television at any time. Entertainment Weekly (via E! Online) reported that New Line Cinema and Warner Bros.

have discussed making a limited series: Probably in January [2019], we’ll have a script for the second part.” Preparation should begin as early as March, if possible. The children are the sole focus of Part One. The second part of the story takes place 27 years later, with flashbacks to 1989 when these characters were children.” Between those recollections and their present-day counterparts,


Fear of Pennywise is still prevalent 30 years after the events of the first film adaptation of Stephen King’s novel “It.” Make sure you don’t sleep through the night when IT returns to the big screen in 2021! Visit our blog for updates on this terrifying clown and where we think he’ll strike next in the meantime.

30 years after the first TV adaptation of Stephen King’s novel “It” aired, Pennywise is back to haunting your nightmares. The film has already been a box office smash and has spawned a worldwide following. No matter how hopeless it seems, speculating about the future of horror films is always entertaining. In your opinion, are there any other classic horror villains that you’d like to see return?


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