We’ve had for the upcoming 2017 , and now actor is listed on IMDb as ‘The Leper’, one of It’s many forms. Apart from , the , It’s forms are obscure, especially as the used the power of suggestion rather than lots of animatronics and special effects. Check out It’s other terrifying forms that we may be seeing in the 2017 It movie reboot.
This is It’s form that hisses ”Won’t do you any good to run, girly boy” at , and is seen as a leprous homeless person hanging around Derry. After his work on Mama, REC, Crimson Peak and The Other Side of the Door, it’ll be exciting to see what 6”7, 100lb actor Javier Botet will bring to the role.
The Giant Spider
Closest to It’s true form, the Giant Spider formed the climax of the 1990 It movie. Maybe we’ll see a modern redux of the spider form in 2017, or perhaps the reboot will focus on a different form.
Corpses of the Dead
The appearance of reanimated carcasses, or even just whispered voices of the dead makes for an evocative idea for the screen. During the original novel, the Loser’s Club see It take the forms of many of Derry’s dead, including:
Reginald “Belch” Huggins…
All Creatures Great and Small
There seems no end to It’s powers of shapeshifting, morphing from a hefty Doberman to a massive crow, to a cloud of piranhas or flying leeches.
Might we see a cool horror movie cameo in It? Several of the movie characters which frightened the Loser’s Club are adopted by It, appearing as:
The Creature from the Black Lagoon
It’s True Form
Although Pennywise is super scary, It’s true form is supposedly so horrifying that a mere mortal can’t look upon it without going insane. The Lore of Stephen King tells that It formed millions of years ago in the Todash Darkness, and has a true form that is not physical at all, in the glowing Deadlights. It’ll be interesting to see whether the 2017 It movie attempts to tackle It’s true form, or if this concept is once more left to the audience’s imagination.
Which of It’s many forms would you like to see in the reboot (apart from Pennywise!)
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