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Stephen King's classic work about the horrifying happenings of Derry, Maine is coming to the big screen, in two parts.
SIN NOMBRE and JANE EYRE filmmaker Cary Fukunaga is set to write and direct a brand new adaptation of IT, spreading the big ol' tome—about the Losers Club reuniting as adults, afraid the child-preying evil they faced long ago has returned—across two films.
Giving a story that spans decades room to breathe like this makes total sense, and in just two features, Fukunaga has proved something special. Your tolerance of costumed dramas aside, his adaptation of Charlotte Bronte's JANE EYRE is a moving, gothic tale, one that certainly displays a penchant for the haunting and unsettling (much like his debut SIN NOMBRE, as well).
Of course, he does have Tim Curry's turn as Pennywise—permanently etched into many of our brains—to contend with.
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