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It isn't at all uncommon for a movie based on a Stephen King book to be released in any given year. 2017 is no different, and there will actually be two very high-profile adaptations from the mind of the legendary author coming soon. There is The Dark Tower, which has been in development for years now, but as excited as people are for that movie, there seems to be even more buzz surrounding the upcoming remake of Stephen King's It. We should be getting a trailer soon, but today we have our fresh good look at Stranger Things star Finn Wolfhard in the movie.
The picture, which shows Finn Wolfhard in character as Richie Tozier, a member of The Losers Club, was shared on Instagram by producer Barbara Muschietti. The only other photo we saw that featured the Stranger Things star was one that director Andres Muschietti shared, which featured Richie on a "Missing" flyer. »
There's fresh horror on the horizon. As the weather gets colder and the wind picks up, it's hard not to turn to the darker side of the cinematic universe. In the wake of 2016's chilling scary movie slate, some seriously chilling 2017 titles are coming to theaters near you. We've been expecting M. Night Shyamalan's newest film, Split, and the remake of Stephen King's It for a while, but new announcements are coming through every day. We figured it's high time to give you a rundown of what's in store so far. Related:The Best, Most Chilling Horror Movies of 2016You Can't Call Yourself a Horror Movie Buff Until You've Seen These 25 ClassicsEvery 2017 Movie Trailer We Already Have »
- Ryan Roschke
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