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New 'IT' Images Focus On Stephen King's Losers & Pennywise

New 'IT' Images Focus On Stephen King's Losers & Pennywise”

Stephen King is retaliating against President Donald Trump for blocking him on Twitter.

The Shining author took to Twitter on August 24 to share the incident. From the look of early reactions to director Andres Muschietti's upcoming take on King's book, that wait may be over, says Collider.

However, he did not provide any explanation about how he is going to ban Trump from watching the movies.

Meanwhile, Mr Mercedes is about a killer who drives a stolen auto into a crowd.

Stephen King has created many horrifying characters, like Pennywise the Clown, that haunt us in our nightmares, but even the master of horror couldn't conceive of an abomination like Donald Trump the President of the United States. While they don't seem particularly spoiler-y, I would still exercise a lot of caution looking at them for fear that you might ruin your viewing experience.

Of course King can't really block the perverse clown from seeing the productions based on his works, but wouldn't it be great if we could block any image or article about Trump from social media, newspapers, and TV and radio? Supermodel Chrissy Teigen is the latest victim. Now, the first big screen adaptation of the novel is on its way with Andy Muschietti on the lead and Bill Skarsgard as the new Pennywise.

Directed by Nikolaj Arcel, the horror flick follows the town of Derry, Maine, where children begin to disappear all of a sudden.



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