There’s been rumours of a remake of Stephen King’s It have been rife for years and now it’s been confirmed that the film is going to be re-released as a two part film.
Jane Eyre director Cary Fukunaga is coming on board to work on the remake and intends to break it into two films in order to be able to tell the rather length story in full.
For those who have never read the horror novel It it centres around a terrifying hunter who preys on children’s worst fears and often appears as a particularly scary looking clown who goes by the name Pennywise. Focusing on a group of children called the Losers Club who believe they have got rid of Pennywise forever however when they grow up they realise that he’s back to haunt them one last time.
At the moment there’s no news about when the film will be released but one things for sure, it’s bound to be one of the scariest releases of the year.