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Cinema 2.017 – It

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A Coisa

It (also known as It: Part 1 – The Losers’ Club)[N 2] is an upcoming 2017 American supernaturalhorror film based on Stephen King‘s 1986 novel of the same name.[20][21] Produced by New Line Cinema, KatzSmith Productions, Lin Pictures, and Vertigo Entertainment,[10][22]and distributed by Warner Bros.[23][6] It is intended to be the first installment in a planned duology, as well as being the second adaptation following Tommy Lee Wallace‘s 1990 miniseries.[24][25][26]The film tells the story of seven children in Derry, Maine, who are terrorized by the eponymous being, only to face their own personal demons in the process.[27][28]

The film is directed by Andrés Muschietti and written by Chase Palmer, Cary Fukunagaand Gary Dauberman.[6][29][30]Bill Skarsgård stars as Pennywise The Dancing Clown, with Jaeden Lieberherstarring as Bill Denbrough.[31] Jeremy Ray Taylor, Sophia Lillis, Finn Wolfhard, Wyatt Oleff, Chosen JacobsJack Dylan Grazer, Nicholas Hamilton, and Jackson Robert Scott are all featured in supporting roles.[31][6] Principal photographybegan in Toronto on June 27, 2016, and ended on September 21, 2016.[32][33] The locations being used for It are in the municipality of Port HopeOshawa, Ontario, and Riverdale, Toronto.[34][35][36]

It is scheduled to be released on September 8, 2017 in the United States.[37][38]


It (It: A Coisa (título no Brasil) ) é um filme de terror sobrenatural e drama e ao contrário do que muitos pensam não é um remake do filme de 1990, e sim uma readaptação do livro homônimo de Stephen King. O filme terá duas partes, visto que a obra original contém mais de 1000 páginas, e uma mostrará a jornada das crianças do “Loser’s Club” para encontrar seus amigos desaparecidos além de enfrentar o palhaço assassino Pennywise, enquanto o mesmo explora os medos e fobias das suas presas.[1][2][3]

O filme foi dirigido por Andrés Muschietti , que escreveu o roteiro junto com Gary Dauberman, Chase Palmer, Cary Fukunag, e David Kajganich. Bill Skarsgård vai estrelar como Pennywise O Palhaço Dançarino,com Simone Valesca como a mulher do palhaço sendo ela sua mentora do mal, com Jaeden Lieberher estrelando como o personagem Bill Denbrough[4]Megan Charpentier, Jeremy Ray Taylor, Sophia LillisFinn Wolfhard , Wyatt Oleff , Chosen Jacobs, e Jack Grazer estão em papéis de apoio. A filmagem principal começou em Toronto, no Canadá em 27 de Junho de 2016 e terminou em 21 de setembro[5]. Os locais que estão sendo usado para isso são a cidade de Port Hope em Ontario, bem como New York e Maine[6]. O filme será lançado em 7 de setembrode 2017 no Brasil e um dia depois (08) nos Estados Unidos as filmagens já terminaram tendo mais fotos divulgadas do figurino[7]


Following the murder of seven-year-old Georgie Denbrough in Derry, Maine, his older brother and his group of friends discover that the culprit is a shape-shifting entity who may be linked to the recent cases of missing children in the town. The group of friends plan a quest to battle the entity, along with facing their own personal demons in the process. [39]


It, A Coisa,  começa com o assassinato de uma criança, George Denbrough, no bueiro local, em uma pequena cidade. No verão de 1989 (31 anos mais tarde), o irmão mais velho de Georgie e seu grupo de amigos começam uma busca pelo assassino, eventualmente, descobrindo que o assassinato foi cometido por uma entidade do mal; Pennywise, um palhaço assassino que esta caçando e devorando crianças.[8]


An ancient, trans-dimensional evil that awakens every three decades.[1][40][41][42] Will Poulter was previously cast in the role but was forced to drop out due to scheduling conflicts,[1] with Poulter stating, “I was when Mr. Fukunaga was directing, but the circumstances at New Line are such that a new director’s attached now.”[43] Poulter continued, “I think, with all due respect to him of course, I was selected by Cary and subscribed to Cary’s vision for the movie, and so I haven’t had a chance to connect with that [new] director.”[44] Mark RylanceBen MendelsohnKirk Acevedoand Hugo Weaving were considered for the role,[45][46][47] with Mendelsohn passing on the project, as New Line wanted him to take a sizable pay cut.[48] On June 3, 2016, The Independentofficially reported, after final negotiations took place, that Muschietti had chosen actor Bill Skarsgård to portray the character.[49] On portraying Pennywise, Skarsgård stated, “It’s such an extreme character. Inhumane, It’s beyond even a sociopath, because he’s not even human. He’s not even a clown. I’m playing just one of the beings It creates.”[50] Skarsgård described the character further, saying, “It truly enjoys the shape of the clown Pennywise, and enjoys the game and the hunt.” He also commented,[51] “What’s funny to this evil entity might not be funny to everyone else. But he thinks it’s funny.”[52] On Pennywise’s design, Skarsgård stated, “It’s important that we do something fresh and original for this one. It’s purposely not going toward that weird, greasy look.”[53] He also commented on being compared to Tim Curry, stating that, “[Curry]’s performance was truly great, but it’s important for me to do something different because of that. I’ll never be able to make a Tim Curry performance as good as Tim Curry.”[54][55] Skarsgård also elaborated on his age, stating, “There’s a childishness to the character, because he’s so closely linked to the kids. The clown is the manifestation of children’s imaginations, so there’s something child-like about that.”[56] Producer Dan Lin spoke of Skarsgård’s physical attributes: “His build is really interesting. He’s really tall and lanky, and feels a little clown like in his movement. When he came in — we had a lot of different actors read, and when he came in he had a different spin on the character that got us really excited.”[57] Lin concluded by contrasting the character with that of Heath Ledger‘s Joker, “You’ve had [Ledger] doing almost a clown joker, you’ve seen obviously Tim Curry as a clown. We wanted someone who created a Pennywise character that would stand on its own and Bill came in and created this character that frankly freaked us out.”[57] Muschietti spoke of Skarsgård’s Pennywise as one not to lurk in the shadows, to which he remarked, “Pennywise shows up, he’s front and center, and he does his show. He has an act […] So it’s weird all the time, and every little thing implies a further threat.”[58][59][60][61][62] Muschietti also spoke of wanting to make the sense of dread that grows in Derry part of the dread of Pennywise, to which he stated, “He’s not just a character that can shape-shift, his influence is all around. The anticipation of him is almost scarier than the actual Pennywise scares.”[63]
The leader of the Losers’ Club, who vows to get revenge on the monster with the help of his friends.[64][65] Denbrough losing his brother makes the battle against It a more personal crusade for him than any of the others. That and his stutter is what binds him to the group and transforms him into Big Bill, the leader.[66] Before Lieberher’s confirmation in June 2016,[67] Ty Simpkins was considered for the role in Cary Fukunaga’s production.[68]
Hanscom being overweight earns his place in the Losers’ Club, but like all of the Losers, there are underlying facets that define him far more than his weight.[66][69]
The only female member of the Losers’ Club, who forms a strong bond with Ben Hanscom.[70] Beverly’s Losership wasn’t defined by the fact she was abused but by her poverty.[66][69]
The bespectacled best friend of Bill Denbrough, also known as ‘Trashmouth Tozier’ due to his foul language and loud mouth that often got him into trouble.[66][69] Wolfhard shared the first image of the Losers Club on his Instagram account, with the photo captioned as “The Losers Club take Toronto”, showing the cast of actors who will be playing the protagonists of the piece. Wolfhard was the only actor cast in both this and Fukanaga’s version.[71][72][73]
Jewish germaphobe with a stronger belief in the pragmaticwhose bird book and his calling of the birds is the only magic he really allows himself to believe in.[66]
An African American autodidact of history, who relays the incidents of Derry‘s past to his friends – The fire at the Black Spot, the Bradley Gang shoot-out, and the mass-murder at the Silver Dollar.[66][74][69] He was one of the members of The Losers’ Club, who fought against Pennywise the Clown.[69]
Kaspbrak is the epitome of the hypochondriac, overly exaggerated by the immense amount of stuff in his medicine cabinet; a sickly boy who only feels truly well when he’s with his friends.[66][69]
A young sociopath who leads the Bowers Gang, a gang of high school bullies, and terrorizes the Losers’ Club.[75][76] Hamilton prepared for the role by studying Jarred Blancard’s portrayal of the character in It (1990), and in Hamilton’s words, “watched all the bits of my original character” for research.[77] Hamilton added, through the character of Bowers, that “There’s stuff that I have to do that is really creepy and the opportunity to help share my psychotic side has been really fun.”[77] Additionally Hamilton stated, “I recently did a scene where I was working with Jeremy Ray Taylor. I had to terrorize the hell out of him and get right in his face.”[77]
The innocent, energetic 7-year-old brother of Bill Denbrough. His murder at the hands of Pennywise results in the next summer’s events.[78][79]

Additionally, Owen Teague is introduced as Patrick Hockstetter, a psychopath who keeps a refrigerator full of animals that he has killed;[80][81][82] Logan Thompson appears as Victor “Vic” Criss, the inseparable friend of Henry Bowers;[83][84][85] Jake Sim appears as Reginald “Belch” Huggins, the biggest, strongest and clumsiest member of the Bowers Gang;[79] Javier Botet appears as The Leper, a rotting homeless man that encounters Eddie Kaspbrak under the porch of the house on 29 Neibolt Street;[86][87][88] Tatum Lee appears as Judith, one of It’s horrifying creations;[89] Steven Williams appears as Leroy Hanlon, the supportive father of Mike Hanlon who runs a nearby abattoir;[79] Stephen Bogaert appears as Alvin Marsh, the abusive father of Beverly Marsh;[90] Geoffrey Pounsett appears as Zack Denbrough, the father of Bill and George Denbrough;[91] Pip Dwyer appears as Sharon Denbrough, the caring and loving mother of Bill and George Denbrough;[79] Ari Cohen appears as Rabbi Uris, Stanley Uris’ father and mentor in the Jewish religion;[91][92] Stuart Hughes appears as Oscar “Butch” Bowers, a racist and abusive officer of the Derry Police Department who is the father of Henry Bowers. Butch has a strong dislike towards the Hanlon family, especially Leroy;[91] Megan Charpentier appears as Gretta Keene, a snobby and stuck-up classmate of the Losers Club at Derry Middle School, who lives in the richer parts of Derry.[91][93]



Formas da Coisa

Um palhaço horrendo e assustador que secretamente sequestra crianças para devorá-las[9][10][11]. Pennywise é uma das formas da Coisa tomadas para atrair as presas para a morte. Will Poulter tinha sido escalado para o papel, mas deixou por conflitos[9] de agenda além da saída de Cary Fukunaga da direção[12]Mark Rylance, Ben Mendelsohn , Kirk Acevedo e Hugo Weaving foram considerados para o papel.[13][14][15]

  • Javier Botet como Lepra:

Um homem sem-teto podre que encontra Eddie Kaspbrak sob o alpendre da casa no 29 da Rua Neibolt. O homem é uma das formas da Coisa.[16][17]

  • Tatum Lee como Judith:

Uma das formas horríveis da Coisa

The Losers’ Club

O líder do Losers’ Club, que promete se vingar do monstro com a ajuda de seus amigos[18][19]. Denbrough perdeu seu irmão e tenta matar a Coisa numa cruzada mais pessoal para ele do que qualquer um dos outros. É também o que o une ao grupo e se transforma em Big Bill, o líder.[20]

Ele foi um dos membros do Losers’ Club, que lutou contra Pennywise o Palhaço.[21]Hanscom ganha seu lugar no grupo Losers’ Club com o excesso de peso, mas como todos os perdedores, existem facetas subjacentes que o definem muito mais do que seu peso.[20]

A única membro feminina do Losers’ Club, que forma uma ligação forte com Ben Hanscom e desenvolve uma paixão por Bill Denbrough.[22] Ela foi um dos membros do Losers’ Club, que lutou contra Pennywise o Palhaço.[21]

O melhor amigo com óculos de Bill Denbrough, também conhecido como ‘Trashmouth Tozier “, devido à sua linguagem obscena e boca suja que muitas vezes o colocou em apuros. Tozier foi um dos membros do The Losers’ Club, que lutou contra Pennywise o Palhaço. Wolfhard compartilhou a primeira imagem do Losers’ Club em sua conta no Instagram, com a foto legendada como “The Losers Club chega a Toronto”, mostrando o elenco de atores que estarão estrelando os protagonistas do longa.[23][24]

Ele foi um dos membros do Losers Club, que lutou contra Pennywise o Palhaço.[21]Kaspbrak é o epítome do hipocondríaco, excessivamente exagerado pela imensa quantidade de coisas em seu armário de remédios; um menino doente que só se sente realmente bem quando ele está com seus amigos.[20]

Um Afroamericano autodidata da história, que retransmite os incidentes do passado de Derry aos seus amigos -. O fogo na Mancha Negra, o Bradley Gang shoot-out, eo assassinato em massa no dólar de prata.[20] Ele foi um dos membros do Losers Club, que lutou contra Pennywise o Palhaço.[21]

Um Jewish germofóbico com uma crença forte na pragmática, que é o livro de aves e sua vocação das aves é a única mágica que ele realmente se permite acreditar.[20]Ele foi um dos membros do Losers Club, que lutaram contra Pennywise o Palhaço[21]

The Bowers Gang

Um garoto de 15 anos e sociopata que lidera o Bowers Gang, e que aterroriza o Losers Club.[25][26]

Um jovem psicopata que mantém uma geladeira cheia de animais que estavam mortos.[27] Hockstetter esconde um segredo obscuro, assassino que está de acordo com o conteúdo do mesmo, e provavelmente irão moldar seu personagem no filme,[28] enquanto era observou que Teague compartilha algumas cenas muito desconfortáveis em conjunto com Bowers de Hamilton.[29]

  • Logan Thompson como Victor “Vic” Criss

O amigo inseparável de Henry Bowers, e o membro mais jovem do Bowers Gang, que é hesitante e auxilia Bowers em aterrorizar o Loser’s Club.[30][31][32]

  • Jake Sim como Reginald “Arroto” Huggins

O maior membro, mais forte e mais desajeitado do Bowers Gang, apelidado por sua habilidade de arrotar no comando, que ajuda Bowers a aterrorizar o Loser’s Club

Outros personagens

  • Stephen Bogaert como Al Marsh:

O pai abusivo de Beverly Marsh.[33]

O inocente e energético irmão de seis anos de Bill Denbrough. O assassinato de George nas mãos de Pennywise resulta nos eventos do próximo verão.

  • Pip Dwyer como Sharon Denbrough

A mãe atenciosa e amorosa de Bill e George Denbrough ea esposa amorosa de Zack Denbrough.

  • Ari Cohen como rabino Uris

O pai e mentor de Stanley Uris na religião judaica.

  • Steven Williams como Leroy Hanlon

O padrasto de Mike Hanlon e marido de Jessica Hanlon.

  • Stuart Hughes como Oficial Oscar “Butch” Bowers

Um oficial racista e abusivo do Departamento de Polícia de Derry, que é o pai de Henry Bowers. Bowers Sr. tem uma aversão forte para a família Hanlon, especialmente Leroy.

Uma estudante esnobe e presa na classe da Sra. Douglas e um companheiro de classe do Losers Club na Derry Middle School, que vive nas partes mais ricas de Derry.

O pai de Bill e George Denbrough eo marido de Sharon Denbrough


The project has been in ongoing development since 2009.[94][95][96] To date, the proposed film adaptation has gone through two major phases of planning: initially with Cary Fukunaga from 2009 to 2015, with the early contributions of screenwriter David Kajganich, and currently with Andrés Muschietti, with Fukunaga remaining in some capacity due to prior screenplay contributions.[88][97][98][99]


O projeto está em desenvolvimento contínuo desde 2009. [94] [95] [96]Até à data, a adaptação do filme proposta passou por duas fases principais de planejamento: inicialmente com Cary Fukunaga de 2009 a 2015, com as contribuições iniciais do roteirista David Kajganich, e atualmente com Andrés Muschietti, com Fukunaga em contribuições anteriores para o roteiro.[88] [97] [98] [99]

Cary Fukunaga (2009–15)

“I am in the midst of rewriting the first script now. We’re not working on the second part yet. The first script is just about the kids. It’s more like The Goonies(1985) meets a horror film […] We’re definitely honoring the spirit of Stephen King, but the horror has to be modernized to make it relevant. That’s my job, right now, on this pass. I’m working on making the horror more about suspense than visualization of any creatures. I just don’t think that’s scary. What could be there, and the sounds and how it interacts with things, is scarier than actual monsters. “

– Cary Fukunaga, on the development of It[100]

On March 12, 2009, Variety reported that Warner Bros. would be bringing Stephen King‘s novel to the big screen, with David Kajganich to adapt King’s novel, while Dan Lin, Roy Lee and Doug Davison would be producing the piece.[101] When Kajganich learnt of Warner Bros.’ plans to adapt King’s novel, he went after the job.[102]Knowing that Warner Bros. was committed to adapting It as a single feature film, Kajganich began to reread the novel in an attempt to try to find a structure that would accommodate such a large number of characters in two different time periods, around 120 pages, which was one of Warner Bros.’ stipulations.[103] Kajganich worked with Lin, Lee, and Davison on The Invasion(2007), and he knew they would champion good storytelling, and allow him the time to work out a solid first draft of the screenplay.[104] Kajganich spoke of the remake being set in the, “mid-1980s and in the present […] mirroring the twenty-odd-year gap King uses in the book […] and with a great deal of care and attention paid to the backstories of all the characters.”[105]

Kajganich also mentioned that Warner Bros. wished for the adaptation to be rated R which he furthered by saying, “[…] we can really honor the book and engage with the traumas (both the paranormal ones and those they deal with at home and school) that these characters endure.”, while Kajganich acknowledged that Warner Bros. wanted the adaptation as a single film.[106] He said that his dream choice for Pennywise would be Buster Keaton if he were still alive, and the Pennywise that Kajganich scripted being “a less self-conscious of his own irony and surreality.”[107] On June 29, 2010, the screenplay was being re-written by Kajganich.[108]

On June 7, 2012, The Hollywood Reporter had revealed that Cary Fukunaga was boarding the project as director and will co-write the script with Chase Palmer, while Roy Lee and Dan Lin are producing, as with Seth Grahame-Smith and David Katzenberg of KatzSmith Productions.[109] On May 21, 2014, Warner Bros. was announced to have moved the film to its New Line Cinema division, with overseer duties conducting by New Line’s Walter Hamada and Dave Neustadter, along with Vice President of Production at Warner Bros., Niija Kuykendall.[10] On December 5, 2014, in an interview with Vulture, Dan Lin announced that the first film will be a coming-of-agestory about the children tormented by It and the second will skip ahead in time as those same characters band together to continue the fight as adults.[110] Lin also stated that Fukunaga was only committed to directing the first film, though was currently closing a deal to co-write the second. Lin concluded by mentioning King, to which he remarked, “The most important thing is that [King] gave us his blessing. We didn’t want to make this unless he felt it was the right way to go, and when we sent him the script, the response that Cary got back was, ‘Go with God, please! This is the version the studio should make.’ So that was really gratifying.”[111] Lin confirmed that Fukunaga would begin principal photography in Summer 2016.[112]

On February 3, 2015, Fukunaga was interviewed by Slate wherein he spoke about It, while mentioning he has someone in mind for the role of Pennywise.[113] On March 3, 2015, Fukunaga spoke of the film, particularly noting his goal to find the “perfect guy to play Pennywise”. Fukunaga also revealed that he, Kajganich and Palmer had changed the names and dates in the script, adding, “[…] the spirit is similar to what he’d like to see in cinemas.”[114] On May 4, 2015, it was officially announced that Will Poulter had been cast to play Pennywise, after Fukunaga was “blown away” by his audition.[115][116] Ty Simpkins was considered to play one of The Losers’ Club members.[68]

On May 25, 2015, it was reported that Fukunaga had dropped out as the director of It.[117] According to TheWrap, Fukunaga clashed with the studio and didn’t want to compromise his artistic vision in the wake of budget cuts by New Line, which greenlit the first film at $30 million.[118] However, Fukunaga maintained that wasn’t the case, with him stating he had bigger disagreements with New Line over the direction of the story: “I was trying to make an unconventional horror film. It didn’t fit into the algorithm of what they knew they could spend and make money back on based on not offending their standard genre audience.”[4] He made mention that the budget was perfectly fine, as well as his desire to make Pennywise more than just the clown.[4]Fukunaga concluded by stating, “We invested years and so much anecdotal storytelling in it. Chase and I both put our childhood in that story. So our biggest fear was they were going to take our script and bastardize it […] So I’m actually thankful that they are going to rewrite the script. I wouldn’t want them to stealing our childhood memories and using that […] I was honoring King’s spirit of it, but I needed to update it. King saw an earlier draft and liked it.”[4][5] On Fukunaga’s departure, King wrote, “The remake of IT may be dead—or undead—but we’ll always have Tim Curry. He’s still floating down in the sewers of Derry.”[119][120]

Cary Fukunaga (2009-15) 

“Estou para reescrever o primeiro script agora. Ainda não estamos trabalhando na segunda parte. O primeiro script é apenas sobre as crianças. É mais como The Goonies(1985)  […] Definitivamente estamos honrando o espírito de Stephen King, mas o horror tem que ser modernizado para torná-lo relevante. Esse é o meu trabalho, agora mesmo, neste momento. Estou trabalhando para tornar o horror mais sobre o suspense do que a visualização de qualquer criatura Eu simplesmente não acho isso assustador. O que poderia estar lá, e os sons e a maneira como ele interage com as coisas, é mais assustador do que os monstros reais “.

– Cary Fukunaga , sobre o desenvolvimento de It [100]

Em 12 de março de 2009, a Variety informou que a Warner Bros. trazia o romance de Stephen King para a telona, com David Kajganich para adaptar o romance de King, enquanto Dan Lin, Roy Lee e Doug Davison estariam produzindo.[101] Quando Kajganich soube da Warner Bros. “ Planeja adaptar o romance de King.[102] Sabendo que a Warner Bros. estava empenhada em adaptá- lo como um longa-metragem, Kajganich começou a reler a novela na tentativa de encontrar uma estrutura que acomodasse um número tão grande de personagens em dois períodos diferentes, em torno de 120 páginas. [103] Kajganich trabalhou com Lin, Lee e Davison em The Invasion (2007), e ele sabia que eles iriam defender boas histórias e permitir-lhe o tempo para elaborar um sólido primeiro rascunho do roteiro.[104] Kajganich falou sobre o remake que está  ocorrendo no “meio da década de 1980 e no presente […] refletindo a diferença de 20 anos que King usa no livro […] e com grande Atenção ao pano de fundo de todos os personagens “. [105]

Kajganich também mencionou que a Warner Bros. desejava que a adaptação fosse avaliada em R, que ele promoveu dizendo: “[…] podemos realmente honrar o livro e nos envolver com os traumas (tanto paranormais quanto aqueles que se passam  em casa e escola) que esses personagens aguentam. “, Enquanto Kajganich reconheceu que a Warner Bros queria a adaptação como um filme único. [106] Ele disse que a escolha de seus sonhos para Pennywise seria Buster Keaton se ele ainda estivesse vivo, e o Pennywise que Kajganich via sendo “menos consciente de sua própria ironia e surrealidade”. [107] Em 29 de junho de 2010, o roteiro estava sendo reescrito por Kajganich. [108]

Em 7 de junho de 2012, o The Hollywood Reporter revelou que Cary Fukunaga estava se juntando ao projeto como diretor e co-escreveria o roteiro com Chase Palmer, enquanto Roy Lee e Dan Lin estavam produzindo, com Seth Grahame-Smith e David Katzenberg da KatzSmith Productions. [109] Em 21 de maio de 2014, a Warner Bros. anunciou ter transferido  o filme para a divisão New Line Cinema , com funções de supervisão conduzidas por Walter Hamada e Dave Neustadter da New Line, juntamente com o vice-presidente de produção da Warner Bros., Niija Kuykendall. [10] Em 5 de dezembro de 2014, em uma entrevista com a Vulture , Dan Lin anunciou que o primeiro filme será uma história sobre as crianças atormentadas por It, a coisa,  e a segunda iriria acelerar no tempo com os mesmos personagens,  Juntos para continuar a luta como adultos. [110] Lin também declarou que Fukunaga estava apenas empenhado em dirigir o primeiro filme, embora estivesse fechando um acordo para co-escrever o segundo. Lin concluiu ao mencionar King, ao qual observou: “O mais importante é que [King] nos deu a sua benção. Não queríamos fazer isso a menos que ele achasse que era o caminho certo, e quando o enviamos o roteiro, a resposta que Cary voltou foi: “Vá com Deus, por favor! Esta é a versão que o estúdio deve fazer”. Então isso foi realmente gratificante “. [111] Lin confirmou que Fukunaga começaria a fotografia principal no verão de 2016. [112]

Em 3 de fevereiro de 2015, Fukunaga foi entrevistado pela Slate em que ele falou sobre isso , enquanto menciona que ele tem alguém em mente para o papel de Pennywise. [113] Em 3 de março de 2015, Fukunaga falou do filme, destacando, em particular, seu objetivo de encontrar o “cara perfeito para interpretar Pennywise”. Fukunaga também revelou que ele, Kajganich e Palmer mudaram os nomes e as datas no roteiro, acrescentando: “[…] o espírito é semelhante ao que ele gostaria de ver nos cinemas”. [114] Em 4 de maio de 2015, foi anunciado oficialmente que Will Poulter tinha sido escolhido para interpretar Pennywise, depois que Fukunaga ficou “impressionado” por sua audição. [115] [116] Ty Simpkins foi considerado para interpretar um dos membros do The Losers ‘Club. [68]

Em 25 de maio de 2015, foi relatado que Fukunaga havia abandonado o cargo de diretor de It . [117] De acordo com TheWrap , Fukunaga entrou em conflito com o estúdio e não queria comprometer sua visão artística na sequência de cortes no orçamento pela New Line, que definiu o primeiro filme em US $ 30 milhões. [118] No entanto, Fukunaga sustentou que não era o caso, com ele afirmando que ele tinha maiores desentendimentos com a New Line na direção da história: “Eu estava tentando fazer um filme de terror não convencional. Não se encaixava no algoritmo Do que eles sabiam que poderiam gastar e ganhar dinheiro com base em não ofender sua audiência de gênero padrão “. [4] Ele mencionou que o orçamento estava perfeitamente bem, bem como o desejo de fazer Pennywise mais do que simplesmente o palhaço. [4] Fukunaga concluiu afirmando: “Nós investimos anos e tantas histórias anedóticas nele. Chase e eu colocamos nossa infância nessa história. Então, nosso maior medo era que eles levassem nosso roteiro e bastardizassem [… ] Então, eu realmente agradeço que eles vão reescrever o script. Eu não gostaria que eles roubassem nossas memórias de infância usando isso […] Eu estava honrando o espírito de King, mas eu precisava atualizá-lo. King viu um rascunho anterior e gostou. “ [4] [5]Na partida de Fukunaga, King escreveu: “O remake da IT pode estar morto ou morto vivo, mas sempre teremos Tim Curry . Ele ainda está flutuando nos esgotos de Derry”. [119] [120]

Andrés Muschietti (2015–17)

“The way Cary intended to execute the script is something that only he can talk about. I can say my version of It highly emphasizes Pennywise’s most terrifying virtue, which is it’s ability to materialise into your worse fear; I want to take people in a journey into Pennywise’s world through a disturbing, surrealistic and intoxicating experience that will leave nobody at ease.”

– Andrés Muschietti, on his version of It[121]

On July 16, 2015, it was announced that Andrés Muschietti was in negotiations to direct It, with New Line beginning a search for a new writer to tailor a script to Muschietti’s vision,[122][123] with the announcement also confirming the possible participation of Muschietti’s sister, Barbara Muschietti, as a producer, and Richard Brener joining Hamada, Neustadter and Kuykendall to oversee the project.[122] On April 22, 2016, it was indicated that Will Poulter, who was originally tapped to portray Pennywise in Fukunaga’s version, had dropped out of the film due to a scheduling conflict and that executives were meeting with actors to portray the antagonist.[124] On April 22, 2016, New Line Cinema set the film for a release of September 8, 2017.[125][126]

On October 30, 2015, Muschietti was interviewed by Variety wherein he spoke about his vision of It, while mentioning Poulter was still in the mix for the role of Pennywise: “[Poulter] would be a great option. For me he is at the top of my list […].”[127] He confirmed that next summer is the time for them to start shooting. It was decided to shoot It during the summer months to give them the time to work with the children who have the main roles in the first part of the film.[128] Muschietti went on to say that “King described 50s’ terror iconography,” adding that he feels there is a whole world now to “rediscover, to update.” He said there won’t be any mummies or werewolves and that the “terrors are going to be a lot more surprising.”[129] On February 19, 2016, at the D.I.C.E. Summit 2016 producer Roy Lee confirmed that Fukunaga and Chase Palmer’s original script had been rewritten, with Lee remarking, “It will hopefully be shooting later this year. We just got the California tax credit … [Dauberman] wrote the most recent draft working with [Muscetti], so it’s being envisioned as two movies.”[130]

On May 5, 2016, in an interview with, David Kajganich expressed uncertainty as to whether drafts of his original screenplay would be used by Dauberman and Muschietti,[3] with the writer stating, “We know there’s a new director, I don’t know myself whether he’s going back to any of the previous drafts or writing from scratch. I may not know until the film comes out. I don’t know how it works! If you find out let me know.”[3]

On June 2, 2016, Jaeden Lieberher was confirmed to be portraying lead protagonist,Bill Denbrough.[64] On June 2, 2016, The Hollywood Reporter reported that Bill Skarsgård was in final negotiations to star as Pennywise, whose cast will also include Finn WolfhardJack Dylan Grazer, Wyatt Oleff, Chosen Jacobs and Jeremy Ray Taylor.[40] On June 2, 2016, there was a call for 100 background performers, with the background actor call going from 3 p.m. to 7 p.m. and by 4 p.m. more than 300 people had gone through; the casting call also asked for a marching band and period cars between 1970 and 1989.[131] On February 18, 2016, The Hollywood Reporter reported that Owen Teague was set to portray Patrick Hocksetter.[80] On June 21, 2016, it was officially announced that Nicholas Hamilton had been cast to play Henry Bowers.[132] On June 21, 2016, Bloody Disgusting reported that Javier Botet was added to the cast shortly before filming commenced.[133][134] On June 22, 2016, reported that Muschietti had chosen actress Sophia Lillis to portray Beverly Marsh.[70] On June 24, 2016, Moviepilot reported that Stephen Bogaert was added to the cast shortly before filming commenced, with Bogaert portraying Al Marsh, the abusive father of Beverly Marsh.[90]

On July 22, 2016, Barbara Muschietti was interviewed by Northumberland News’ Karen Longwell, wherein she spoke about the filming locations on It, while mentioning the beauty of Port Hope being one of the reasons as to why it was chosen, while Muschietti added, “We were looking for an idyllic town, one that would be a strong contrast to the story. Port Hope is the kind of place we all wish we had grown up in: long summers riding bicycles, walks by the lake, a lovely main street, charming homes with green lawns, warm people.”[83]Muschietti also mentioned that 360 extras from the area, from adults to tiny kids, had been involved.[83]

On August 11, 2016, at The CW TCA presentation for the upcoming series Frequency, producer Dan Lin spoke of the piece’s comparison to Netflix‘s Stranger Things, with Lee describing It being a “homage to 80s movies”, while remarking: “I think a great analogy is actually Stranger Things, and we’re seeing it on Netflix right now. It’s very much an homage to ’80s movies, whether it’s classic Stephen King or even Spielberg. Think about Stand by Me (1986) as far as the bonding amongst the kids. But there is a really scary element in Pennywise.”[57]Lin continued, speaking of how well the young cast has bonded in these first weeks of shooting. Lin stated, “We clearly had a great dynamic amongst the kids. Really great chemistry is always a challenging thing with a movie like It because you’re casting kids who don’t have a ton of experience, but it ended up being really natural. Each kid, like a The Goonies (1985) or Stand By Me (1986), has a very specific personality and they’re forming the loser’s club obviously […] We’ve spent a few months getting the kids to bond and now they’re going to fight this evil, scary clown.”[57]

On February 9, 2017, at the press day for The Lego Batman Movie(2017), Lin confirmed that It is going to be rated R by the MPAA, to which he stated to Collider.coms Steve Weintraub, “If you’re going to make a “Rated-R movie”, you have to fully embrace what it is, and you have to embrace the source material. It is a scary clown that’s trying to kill kids. […] They do have a scary clown that’s taken over the town of Derry, so it’s going to be rated R.”[135] On March 11, 2017, Muschietti, at the SXSW festival, spoke of an element of the pre-production phase in his attempt to keep Skarsgård separated from the film’s child actors, wherein the actor wasn’t introduced to the young cast until Pennywise’s first encounter with the children:[136] “It was something that we agreed on, and that’s how it happened […] The day that he showed up on the stage, they fucking freaked out. Bill is like, seven-foot high, and I can’t describe how scary he looks in person. He’s a wiry man, crouching, making sounds, snotting, drooling, speaking in Swedish sometimes. Terrifying.”[137] Muschietti stated that the story had been moved forward, with the scenes with the young Losers Club shifting from the 1950s to the 1980s, while also describing their plot as “getting much wider,” with new material not in the novel or the 1990 miniseries.[138] However, Muschietti said he hoped it would still strike the same emotional resonance that the book did for him when he first read it: “It’s all about trying to hit the core and the heart.”[138]



Port Hope had undergone a number of changes to transform it into the town of Derry.

Production designerMara LePere-Schloop went to Bangor, Maine, to scope out locations including the Thomas Hill Standpipe, the land running alongside the Kenduskeag Streamthat in It is called The Barrens, it was confirmed on March 31, 2015, and the Waterworks on the Penobscot River.[36] LePere-Schloop said during her tour that they were hoping to shoot some scenes in the city and possibly get some aerial shots, although currently the leading locations for the majority of filming for the movie are in Yonkers, New York, and in Upstate New York.[36] On May 31, 2016, Third Act Productions was confirmed to have applied to film interior and exterior scenes for It in the municipality of Port Hope, with filming slated for various locations around the municipality from July 11, 2016, up until July 18, 2016.[35] Principal photography was confirmed to have begun in Toronto, with an original shooting schedule occurring from June 27 to September 6, 2016.[139][140][141]

On July 8, 2016, Port Hope had undergone a number of changes to transform it into Derry; Port Hope Municipal hall is now Derry Public Library,[142] The Port Hope Tourism Centre is now a City of Derry office,[142] Ganaraska Financial is now Montgomery Financial,[142]Gould’s Shoes store front on Walton Street changed to a butcher shop,[142] The Avanti Hair Design store front changed to Tony’s Barber Shop,[142] an empty storefront at 36 Walton Street changed to Reliance Cleaners,[142] Queen Street Tattoo store front changed to Derry Scoop,[142] a statue of Paul Bunyan was erected in Memorial Park,[142] US flags now hang in place of Canadian flags downtown,[142] and Port Hope Capitol Theatre had appeared to be showing Batman (1989) and Lethal Weapon 2 (1989), thus confirming the film’s setting of 1989.[142][143][144]

On July 11, 2016, preliminary shooting took place in Port Hope Town Hall, Memorial Park cenotaph, Queen Street between Walton and Robertson streets and the Capitol Theatre.[145] On July 12, 2016, filming occurred between the intersection of Mill and Walton street, Walton Street bridge, and in front and behind 16–22 Walton Street and Port Hope Town Hall.[145] Other shooting locations included Queen Street between Walton and Roberston street, and Memorial Park, on July 13.[145] It was also reported, on July 14, that filming had been set up on the alley between Gould’s Shoe’s and Avanti Hair Design, and John and Hayward streets.[145] On July 15, 2016, Cavan Street between Highland Drive and Ravine Drive, and Victoria Street South between Trafalgar Street and Sullivan Street.[145] Filming moved to Cavan Street between Highland Drive and Ravine Drive, and Victoria Street South between Trafalgar Street and Sullivan Street on July 15.[145] Filming in Port Hope ended on July 18, at Watson’s Guardian Drugs.[145]

Oshawa had been chosen by producers of It as the next filming location, and on July 20, 2016, filming notices were sent out to homes in the area of Eulalie Avenue and James Street, near downtown Oshawa, advising residents that filming of a new adaptation will commence shooting in the area from August 5 up until August 8, 2016.[146] On July 29, 2016, it was announced the crew had been busy on the formerly vacant lot at the dead end of James Street constructing the set, in the form of a dilapidated old house.[147] It was also remarked that the structure is a facade built around scaffolding that will be used for exterior shots.[146] The set is composed of pre-fabricated modules that are being trucked in and put into place by IATSE carpenters.[148]

On July 18, 2016, production crews had arrived in Riverdale, Toronto,[149][150][151] with filming beginning at 450 Pape Ave, which is home to a circa 1902 heritage-designated building called Cranfield House, up until August 19, 2016.[152][153] It was reported, on September 4, that filming had wrapped it’s shooting in Oshawa, which included the haunted house location, as well as on Court and Fisher streets.[154] Principal photography was confirmed to have ended in Toronto on September 21, 2016,[155][156] with an altered shooting schedule occurring from June 27 to September 21, 2016, and ultimately with post-production initially beginning on September 14, 2016.[157][158]

Andrés Muschietti (2015-17) 

“A maneira como Cary pretendia executar o roteiro é algo sobre o qual só ele  pode falar. Posso dizer que a minha versão de IT enfatiza a virtude mais terrível de Pennywise, que é a capacidade de se materializar em seu pior medo, eu quero levar as pessoas em uma viagem para o mundo de Pennywise através de uma experiência perturbadora, surrealista e intoxicante que não deixará ninguém à vontade “.

– Andrés Muschietti , na sua versão de It [121]

Em 16 de julho de 2015, foi anunciado que Andrés Muschietti estava em negociações para dirigi- lo , com a New Line iniciando a busca de um novo escritor para adaptar um script à visão de Muschietti [122] [123] com o anúncio também confirmando a possível Participação da irmã de Muschietti, Barbara Muschietti, como produtora, e Richard Brener se juntaram a Hamada, Neustadter e Kuykendall iriam supervisionar o projeto. [122] Em 22 de abril de 2016, foi indicado que Will Poulter, que foi originalmente aprovado para retratar Pennywise na versão de Fukunaga, abandonou o filme devido a um conflito de agendamento e que os executivos estavam se reunindo com atores para retratar o antagonista. [124] Em 22 de abril de 2016, o New Line Cinema definiu o filme para um lançamento de 8 de setembro de 2017. [125] [126]

Em 30 de outubro de 2015, Muschietti foi entrevistado pela Variety,onde falou sobre sua visão de It , embora tenha mencionado que Poulter ainda estava na mistura para o papel de Pennywise: “[Poulter] seria uma ótima opção. Para mim ele está no Topo da minha lista […]. “ [127]Ele confirmou que no próximo verão seria a hora de começarem a rodar.Foi decidido as filmagens  durante os meses de verão para dar-lhes tempo para trabalhar com as crianças que têm os papéis principais na primeira parte do filme. [128] Muschietti continuou dizendo que “King descreveu a iconografia terrorista dos anos 50”, acrescentando que ele sente que há um mundo inteiro agora para “redescobrir, atualizar”.Ele disse que não haverá nenhuma múmia ou lobisomens e que “os terrores serão muito mais surpreendentes”. [129] Em 19 de fevereiro de 2016, no produtor da Summit DICE de 2016 , Roy Lee confirmou que o script original de Fukunaga e Chase Palmer tinha sido reescrito, com Lee observando: “Esperamos que estejam filmando no final deste ano. Acabamos de receber o crédito fiscal da Califórnia … [Dauberman] escreveu o rascunho mais recente trabalhando com [Muscetti], então está sendo planejado  como dois filmes “. [130]

Em 5 de maio de 2016, em entrevista à , David Kajganich expressou incerteza sobre se os rascunhos de seu roteiro original seriam usados ​​por Dauberman e Muschietti [3], com o escritor afirmando: “Nós sabemos que há um novo diretor, Eu não sei se ele está voltando para qualquer um dos rascunhos anteriores ou escrevendo do zero. Talvez eu não saiba até o filme sair. Eu não sei como isso funciona! Se você descobrir, avise-me. “ [3]

Em 2 de junho de 2016, Jaeden Lieberher foi confirmada como protagonista principal, Bill Denbrough. [64] Em 2 de junho de 2016,The Hollywood Reporter informou que Bill Skarsgård estava em negociações finais para estrelar como Pennywise, cujo elenco também incluirá Finn Wolfhard , Jack Dylan Grazer , Wyatt Oleff, Chosen Jacobs e Jeremy Ray Taylor. [40] Em 2 de junho de 2016, houve um apelo para 100 artistas de fundo, com a chamada de ator de fundo indo das 15h às 19h e, às 16h, passaram mais de 300 pessoas; O chamado de elenco também pediu uma banda e carros de época entre 1970 e 1989. [131] Em 18 de fevereiro de 2016, The Hollywood Reporter informou que Owen Teague estava prestes a retratar Patrick Hocksetter. [80] Em 21 de junho de 2016, foi oficialmente anunciado que Nicholas Hamilton havia sido eleito para interpretar Henry Bowers. [132] Em 21 de junho de 2016, Bloody Disgusting informou que Javier Botet foi adicionado ao elenco pouco antes da filmagem ter começado. [133] [134] Em 22 de junho de 2016, informou que Muschietti havia escolhido a atriz Sophia Lillis para retratar Beverly Marsh. [70] Em 24 de junho de 2016, Moviepilot informou que Stephen Bogaert foi adicionado ao elenco pouco antes da filmagem começar, com Bogaert retratando Al Marsh, o pai abusivo de Beverly Marsh. [90]

Em 22 de julho de 2016, Barbara Muschietti foi entrevistada por Karen Longwell, da Northumberland News , onde falou sobre os locais de filmagem, enquanto menciona a beleza de Port Hope sendo uma das razões pelas quais foi escolhido, enquanto Muschietti acrescentou: “Estávamos à procura de uma cidade idílica, que seria um forte contraste com a história. Port Hope é o tipo de lugar em que todos desejamos ter crescido: longos verões andando de bicicleta, passeando pelo lago, uma encantadora rua principal , Casas encantadoras com gramados verdes, pessoas animads “. [83]Muschietti também mencionou que 360 ​​extras da área, de adultos até crianças pequenas, estiveram envolvidos. [83]

Em 11 de agosto de 2016, na apresentação do CW TCA para a próxima série de freqüências , o produtor Dan Lin falou sobre a comparação do filme com Stranger Things da Netflix , com Lee descrevendo que é uma “homenagem aos filmes dos anos 80”, enquanto observa: “Eu Acho que uma grande analogia é, na verdade, Stranger Things, e estamos vendo isso na Netflix agora. É uma homenagem aos filmes dos anos 80, seja o clássico Stephen King ou mesmo o Spielberg . Pense em Stand by Me (1986) até A ligação entre os filhos. Mas há um elemento realmente assustador em Pennywise “. [57] Lin continuou, falando sobre o quão bem o jovem elenco se uniu nestas primeiras semanas de filmagens. Lin afirmou: “Nós claramente tivemos uma grande dinâmica entre as crianças. A química realmente excelente é sempre uma coisa desafiadora com um filme como IT porque você está lançando filhos que não têm muita experiência, mas acabou sendo realmente natural. Cada garoto, como The Goonies (1985) ou Stand By Me (1986), tem uma personalidade muito específica e eles estão se formando o clube do perdedor, obviamente […] Nós passamos alguns meses levando os filhos a um vínculo E agora eles vão lutar contra esse malvado palhaço assustador “. [57]

Em 9 de fevereiro de 2017, no jornal de imprensa The Lego Batman Movie (2017), Lin confirmou que o filme será classificado em  R pela MPAA , ao qual afirmou ao Steve Weintraub de, “Se você” Vai fazer um “filme Rated-R”, você deve abraçar completamente o que é, e você tem que abraçar o material original. É um palhaço assustador que está tentando matar crianças. […] Eles têm um Um palhaço assustador que se apoderou da cidade de Derry, então será classificado como R. “ [135] Em 11 de março de 2017, Muschietti, no festival SXSW , falou de um elemento da fase de pré-produção em sua tentativa de manter Skarsgård separado dos atores infantis do filme, em que o ator não foi apresentado ao jovem elenco Até o primeiro encontro de Pennywise com as crianças: [136] “Foi algo em que concordamos, e foi assim que aconteceu […] No dia em que ele apareceu no palco, eles ficaram loucos. Bill é como sete – alto alto, e não consigo descrever o assustador que ele olha pessoalmente. Ele é um homem duro, agachado, fazendo sons, tocando, babando, falando em sueco às vezes. Terrível. [137] Muschietti afirmou que a história foi adiantada com as cenas com o jovem Losers Club mudando da década de 1950 para a década de 1980 , ao mesmo tempo que descrevem seu enredo como “ficando muito mais amplo”, com novos elementos que não estão no romance ou no Minissérie de 1990 . [138]No entanto, Muschietti disse que esperava que ainda atinja a mesma ressonância emocional que o livro fez para ele quando ele leu pela primeira vez: “É tudo sobre tentar atingir o coração”. [138]


Port Hope sofreu uma série de mudanças para transformá-lo na cidade de Derry .

A designer de produção, Mara LePere-Schloop, foi aBangor, Maine , para localizar os locais, incluindo o Thomas Hill Standpipe , o terreno ao lado doKenduskeag Stream,que é chamado The Barrens, foi confirmado em 31 de março de 2015 e Waterworks on O rio Penobscot . [36] LePere-Schloop disse durante sua turnê que eles estavam esperando para filmar algumas cenas na cidade e, possivelmente, obter algumas sequências aéreos, embora atualmente os locais principais para a maioria das filmagens para o filme estejam em Yonkers, Nova York e em Upstate New York . [36] Em 31 de maio de 2016, a Third Act Productions foi confirmada para usar no filme cenas interiores e exteriores no município de Port Hope , com filmagens programadas para vários locais ao redor do município a partir de 11 de julho de 2016, até 18 dejulho de 2016. [35] A fotografia principal foi confirmada para  começar em Toronto , com um horário de filmagem original ocorrido de 27 de junho a 6 de setembro de 2016. [139] [140] [141]

Em 8 de julho de 2016, Port Hope sofreu uma série de mudanças para transformá-lo em Derry ; O salão municipal de Port Hope é agora a Biblioteca Pública de Derry, [142] O Centro de Turismo de Port Hope é agora um escritório da Cidade de Derry, [142] Ganaraska Financial é agora Montgomery Financial, [142] A frente da loja de Calçados de Gould na Walton Street virou um açougueiro [142] A frente da loja Avanti Hair Design virou o  Tony’s Barber Shop, [142] uma loja vazia no 36 Walton Street virou Reliance Cleaners, [142] A frente da loja Queen Street Tattoo virou  Derry Scoop, [142] uma estátua De Paul Bunyan foi erguido no Memorial Park [142], as bandeiras dos EUA agora ficam no lugar das bandeiras canadenses no centro da cidade [142] e o Teatro Port Hope Capitol parecia mostrar Batman (1989) e Lethal Weapon 2 (1989), confirmando assim O cenário do filme de 1989. [142] [143] [144]

Em 11 de julho de 2016, realizaram-se filmagens, preliminares na Câmara Municipal de Port Hope , cenotafe do Memorial Park, Queen Street entre as ruas de Walton e Robertson e o Capitol Theatre. [145]Em 12 de julho de 2016, as filmagens ocorreram entre o cruzamento de Mill e Walton Street, Walton Street Bridge e na frente e atrás de 16-22 Walton Street e Port Hope Town Hall. [145] Outros locais de filmagem incluíram Queen Street entre Walton e Roberston Street e Memorial Park, em 13 de julho. [145] Também foi relatado, em 14 de julho, que as filmagens foram instaladas no beco entre Gould’s Shoe e Avanti Hair Design, e John e Hayward Street. [145] Em 15 de julho de 2016, Cavan Street entre Highland Drive e Ravine Drive, e Victoria Street South entre Trafalgar Street e Sullivan Street. [145] As Filmagens mudaram para Cavan Street entre Highland Drive e Ravine Drive, e Victoria Street South entre Trafalgar Street e Sullivan Street em 15 de julho. [145] as Filmagens em Port Hope terminaram em 18 de julho, no Watson’s Guardian Drugs. [145]

Oshawa tinha sido escolhido pelos produtores de It como o próximo local de filmagem e, em 20 de julho de 2016, foram enviados avisos de filmagem para casas na área da avenida Eulalie e James Street, perto do centro de Oshawa, informando aos moradores que filmavam uma nova adaptação Começariam a filmar na área, de 5 de agosto até 8 de agosto de 2016. [146] Em 29 de julho de 2016, foi anunciado que a equipe estava ocupada no espaço anteriormente vago no beco sem saída de James Street, construindo o set, em  forma de uma antiga casa em ruínas. [147] Também foi observado que a estrutura era uma fachada construída em torno de andaimes que seriam usados ​​para cenas exteriores. [146] O conjunto é composto de módulos pré-fabricados que estão sendo transportados e colocados no lugar pelos carpinteiros IATSE. [148]

Em 18 de julho de 2016, as equipes de produção chegaram em Riverdale, Toronto , [149] [150] [151] com o início da filmagem no 450 Pape Ave, que abriga um circa de 1902 , designado como patrimônio chamado Cranfield House, até agosto 19, 2016. [152] [153] Foi relatado, em 4 de setembro, que a filmagem tinha ocorrido em Oshawa, que incluíra o local da casa assombrada, bem como nas ruas do Tribunal e F isher. [154] A fotografia principal foi confirmada para ter terminado em Toronto em 21 de setembro de 2016, [155] [156] com um horário de filmagem alterado ocorrendo de 27 de junho a 21 de setembro de 2016 e, finalmente, com pós-produção inicialmente começando em 14 de setembro , 2016. [157] [158]


Costume design


Pennywise‘s gray costume was partly inspired by the clothing style of the Renaissance.

On August 16, 2016, in an interview with Entertainment Weekly, costume designer Janie Bryant spoke of crafting Pennywise’s form-fitting suit and the inspirations to which it drew upon – involving a number of bygone times – among them the MedievalRenaissanceElizabethan, and Victorian eras.[159]Bryant explained that the costume incorporates all these otherworldly past lives, while highlighting the point that Pennywise is a clown from a different time.[160] In designing Pennywise’s costume, Bryant included a Fortuny pleating, which gives the costume an almost a crepe-like effect,[161] to which Bryant remarked, “It’s a different technique than what the Elizabethans would do. It’s more organic, it’s more sheer. It has a whimsical, floppy quality to it. It’s not a direct translation of a ruff or a whisk, which were two of the collars popular during the Elizabethan period.”[162]

Bryant played with multiple eras as a way of reflecting Pennywise’s immortality and added a “doll-like quality to the costume.”[162][163] She furthered this by stating “The pants being short, the high waistline of the jacket, and the fit of the costume is a very important element. It gives the character a child-like quality.”[162][164] Bryant spoke of the two puffs off the shoulder, sleeves and again on the bloomers, with her desire to create an “organic, gourd or pumpkin kind of effect”, which includes the peplum at the waist, the flared, skirt-like fabric blossoming from below his doublet.[162][165] She explains, “It helps exaggerate certain parts of the body. The costume is very nipped in the waist and with the peplum and bloomers it has an expansive silhouette.”[162] The main color of his costume is a dusky gray, but with a few splashes of colour.[162] She concludes the interview by stating, “The pompoms are orange, and then with the trim around the cuffs and the ankles, it’s basically a ball fringe that’s a combination of orange, red, and cinnamon. It’s almost like Pennywise fades into his environment. But there are accents to pull out the definition of the gray silk.”[166]

Visual effects

Nicholas Brooks was the overall visual effects supervisor and visual effects company Rodeo FX worked on most of the visual effects on It.[167][168][169] Amalgamated Dynamics worked on the special makeup effects on It.[170]

Efeitos visuais 

Nicholas Brooks foi o supervisor geral de efeitos visuais e a empresa de efeitos visuais Rodeo FX trabalhou na maioria dos efeitos visuais sobre ele . [167] [168] [169] Amalgamated Dynamics trabalhou nos efeitos de maquiagem especiais sobre ele . [170]


The film has been described as a loss of innocence film, with fear, mortality and survivalist themes.[171] Muschietti remarked of the film’s elements of coming of age and issues of mortality, wherein he states such themes are prevalent in King’s book, though that in reality these occur in a more progressive way,[172] “There’s a passage [in It] that reads, ‘Being a kid is learning how to live and being an adult is learning how to die.’ There’s a bit of a metaphor of that and it just happens in a very brutal way, of course.”[172]

He also mentioned the characterization Pennywise’s survivalist attitude, and a passage in the novel, which inspired Muschietti was when Bill wonders if Pennywise is eating children simply because that’s what we’re told monsters do, in stating,[173] “It’s a tiny bit of information, but that sticks with you so much. Maybe it is real as long as children believe in it. And in a way, Pennywise’s character is motivated by survival. In order to be alive in the imagination of children, he has to keep killing.”[174][175]


On March 23, 2017, Benjamin Wallfisch was announced as the composer of Its score.[7][176]


It is scheduled to be released in North America on September 8, 2017.[177] On March 7, 2017, the title of the film was announced by Stephen King as Part 1 – The Losers’ Club.[178][179]


Está programado para ser lançado na América do Norte em 8 de setembro de 2017. [177] Em 7 de março de 2017, o título do filme foi anunciado por Stephen King como Parte 1 – The Losers ‘Club . [178][179]


On January 31, 2016, Muschietti, on his Instagram, posted a sketch that is thought to be the precursor to Pennywise’s final look, to celebrate the pre-production getting underway.[180][181][182] Beginning from July 11, 2016, Muschietti posted a variety of missing personposters of children within the Derry area, including Betty Ripsom, Richie Tozier, Paul Greenberg, Jonathan Chan, and Tania McGowan.[183][184][185][186]


Muschietti shared a photo of a missing person poster featuring Richie Tozier. The poster lists all of the character’s information, as part of It’s marketing campaign.

The first official image for Itdebuted on July 13, 2016 to promote It, introducing the first look at Skarsgård’s Pennywise The Dancing Clown,[187] as well as an interview with Skarsgård, conducted by Anthony Breznican.[188][189] Thomas Freeman of Maxim wrote that “[…] Skarsgard in full, terrifying costume, […] he’s clearly got what it takes to fill King’s most macabre, nightmare-inducing creation.”[190] Chris Eggertsen of HitFix responded positively stating the image to be “[…] an appropriately macabre look that doesn’t deviate too radically from the aesthetic of Curry’s Pennywise […] dare I say, a more creepily seductive look to Skarsgard’s version that was absent from Curry’s interpretation.”[191]

On July 30, 2016, Muschietti released three storyboard images, up until the date of August 22, 2016, with the first featuring Bill Denbrough making a paper boat for his younger brother, George.[192] The second storyboard features Bill leading his bike, nicknamed Silver, across a lawn with the included phrase:[193] “He thrusts his fists against the posts but still insists he sees the ghosts”.[194] The third and final storyboard, to which was released, features Bill asleep next to a sketch of Beverly Marsh.[195][196]

On August 16, 2016, Entertainment Weekly released the full costume image of Skarsgård’s Pennywise to promote It,[162] including an interview with costume designer Janie Bryant.[197][198] JoBlo.coms Damion Damaske was fond of the new design, though was understanding others being dismissive of it. Damaske also stated, “One of the chief complaints is that it looked too automatically scary, and that one of the reasons Pennywise chooses his guise is to trick and lure children.”[199] Dave Trumbore of noted that “This one’s going to divide some folks. It’s nowhere near as baggy or colorful as the one Tim Curry […] donned […], but the new version certainly seems to have a lot more thought and intent behind its creation.”[200] Jonathan Barkan of Bloody Disgusting called the image one of “[…] [drawing] attention and curiosity”. Barkan then stated “I don’t know if it’s morbid curiosity or hopeful wishes but the overall response to his face and makeup seemed to be quite positive!”[201]

On March 9, 2017, Neha Aziz of SXSW announced that Muschietti is set to appear at a screening event titled, Face Your Fears, to share footage from It, while discussing his inspirations and influences.[202][203] On March 11, 2017, New Line Cinema showcased its promotion of It, by releasing a teaser trailer and a scene at the South by Southwest festival.[204][205] Trace Thurman of Bloody Disgusting heralded the trailer: “It was maybe 90 seconds of footage, but it was a damn impressive 90 seconds of footage […] As far as teasers go, it’s one of the best that I’ve ever seen.”[206][207] Dread Centrals Jonathan Barkan praised the scene, and stated, “The kids are clearly very adept at working off one another. There was a chemistry between the four that was wonderful to see and it’s obvious that Muschietti worked very hard to ensure they were believable.”[208]Eric Vespe of Ain’t It Cool News remarked that “[…] this one scene shows us the key traits of the bulk of the members of the Losers Club within one sequence. I loved it for that reason.”[209]

On March 28, 2017, New Line released a 139-second teaser trailer to promote It,[210] following a 19-second trailer and the official teaser poster the prior day,[211][212][213] and for exhibitors at CinemaCon.[214][215] Tom Philip of GQ heralded the trailer and its tonality by stating: “Dark corners everywhere and a pervading sense of absolute doom, even in the scenes where the creature isn’t looming. That projector scene! Christ!”[216] Michael Gold of The New York Times praised the trailer, and stated: “There’s always tension in the sustained string chords of the soundtrack, and it imbues everything with suspense and darkness.”[217] Wireds Brian Raftery spoke most highly of the trailer, to which he stated, “The teaser’s scariest moment features no gore or gotcha-ness; instead, it involves a misfiring slide-projector and a barely discernible clown-grin. Nothing in the It trailer feels like a cheap thrill, which is all the more thrilling.”[218] IndieWires William Earl reacted positively to the “top-notch” production design of Derry, Maine within the trailer.[219] The trailer reached 197 million views in its first 24 hours, setting a new record as the trailer with the most views in one day.[220][221] In addition to dethroning The Fate of the Furious (2017), the trailer numbers surpass previous records held by Beauty and the Beast (2017), Fifty Shades Darker (2017), and Star Wars: The Force Awakens (2015).[222][223]

On May 7, 2017, a second teaser trailer, this one lasting 137 seconds, was shown at the MTV Movie & TV Awards in Los Angeles, California, to promote It,[224][225][226] with the new preview showcasing a snippet of the film where the “Losers’ Club” search for Pennywise’s many victims.[227][228][229] Daniel Kreps of Rolling Stone felt snippet of the film “was initially […] similar to Stand By Me (1986), with the Losers’ Club playfully bantering about “gray water” […] A series of scary images soon follow before the trailer ends on Pennywise doing unimaginable balloon tricks to lure a victim.”[230] Matt Goldberg of praised the trailer, and stated: “This new trailer really plays up the kids’ role and their fears. It’s a smart move, because if a sequel does come along, it’s going to be looking at the kids as adults, so that aspect will be lost.”[231] Digital Spys Jack Tomlin spoke of the clarity in that director Muschietti’s film will carry on down the “creepy as hell” vibe he gave the first trailer.[232]


“I suspect it’s a kind of low-level hysteria, like Slender Man, or the so-called Bunny Man, who purportedly lurked in Fairfax County, Virginia, wearing a white hood with long ears and attacking people with a hatchet or an axe. The clown furor will pass, as these things do, but it will come back, because under the right circumstances, clowns really can be terrifying.”

—Writer Stephen King’s reaction to the recurring clown scare phenomenon.[233]

The first reported sighting of people dressed as evil clowns was in Greenville, South Carolina, where a small boy spoke to his mother of a pair of clowns that had attempted to lure him away.[234][235] After such an incident, a number of clowns have since been spotted in various American states including Florida, New York, Wisconsin and Kentucky, and subsequently in other Western countries, from August 2016.[236][237][238][239][240] By October 2016, in the wake of hundreds of “clown sightings” across the United States and Canada, the phenomenon had spread from North America to Europe, Australasia and Latin America.[241][242][243]

Some explanations for the 2016 clown sightings phenomenon hypothesize that at least some of the sightings are part of a viral marketing campaign, possibly for the Rob Zombie film 31 (2016).[244]Greenville police chief Ken Miller claimed to reporters that investigators are unsure as to whether the sightings have any connection with Zombie’s 31,[245] whether it was one or more people looking for “kicks”, or something more sinister.[246]

A spokesperson for New Line Cinema released a statement claiming that “New Line is absolutely not involved in the rash of clown sightings.”[247]


On February 16, 2016, producer Roy Lee, in an interview with, mentioned the final film of the planned It duology, remarking, “[…] making another movie from the point of view of the adults, that could potentially then be cut together like the novel. But it’s gonna be a really fun way of making this movie.”[248] Lee also mentions that: “[Dauberman] wrote the most recent draft working with [Muschietti], so it’s being envisioned as two movies.”[248]

Direção Andrés Muschietti
Produção Dan Lin
Roy Lee
David Katzenberg
Barbara Muschietti
Seth Grahame-Smith
Roteiro Andrés Muschietti
Gary Dauberman
Cary Fukunaga
Chase Palmer
David Kajganich
Baseado em It
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Gênero terror
Companhia(s) produtora(s) Lin Pictures
Vertigo Entertainment
KatzSmith Productions
Distribuição New Line Cinema
Lançamento Brasil 7 de setembrode 2017
Estados Unidos 8 de Setembrode 2017
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Cinema 2.017 – The dark tower

A Torre Negra

A Torre Obscura

The Dark Tower is an upcoming American science fantasywestern action horror film directed and co-written by Nikolaj Arcel.[2] A continuation of Stephen King‘s novel series of the same name, the film stars Idris Elba as Roland Deschain, a gunslinger on a quest to protect the Dark Tower – a mythical structure which supports all realities – and Matthew McConaughey as his nemesis, Walter Padick, the “Man in Black”.

Intended to launch a film and television franchise, the first installment combines elements from several novels in the eight-volume series, taking place partly in modern-day New York City and partly in Mid-World, Roland’s Old West-style parallel universe. Additionally, King has tweeted a photo of the Horn of Eld with the caption “Last Time Around”, which relates to the ending of the final book, The Dark Tower VII; Arcel has said that fans will know the movie is a sequel to the books’ events.[3]The film is set to be released on August 4, 2017 in 3D and 2D by Columbia Pictures.[4][5][6]


The Dark Tower é um  filme americano de terror e fantasia dirigido e co-escrito por Nikolaj Arcel . [2] Uma continuação da série de livros de Stephen King de mesmo nome , o filme é estrelado Idris Elba como Roland Deschain , um pistoleiro em busca de proteger a Torre Obscura – uma estrutura mítica que apóia todas as realidades – e Matthew McConaughey como,Walter Padick , o “homem do preto”.

Destinado a lançar uma franquia de filmes para  televisão, a primeira parte combina elementos de vários livros da série de oito volumes, ocorrendo em parte na Cidade de Nova York e parcialmente em Mid-World , o universo paralelo. Além disso, King criou uma foto do Horn of Eld com a legenda “Last Time Around”, que diz respeito ao final do livro final, The Dark Tower VII ; Arcel disse que os fãs sabem que o filme é uma sequela dos eventos dos livros. [3] O filme está programado para ser lançado em 4 de agosto de 2017 em 3D e 2D pela Columbia Pictures . [4] [5] [6]


Jake Chambers is an 11-year-old adventure seeker who discovers clues about another dimension called Mid-World. Upon following the mystery, he is spirited away to Mid-World where he encounters a Gunslinger, Roland Deschain, who is on a quest to reach the “Dark Tower” that resides in End-World and reach the nexus point between time and space that he hopes will save all existence from extinction by Hell. But with various monsters and a vicious sorcerer named Walter Padick hot on their trail, the unlikely duo find that their quest may be difficult to complete.


Jake Chambers é um menino de 11 anos que descobre pistas sobre outra dimensão chamada Mid-World . Ao investigar  o mistério, ele entra na Mid-World onde ele encontra um Gunslinger, pistoleiro, Roland Deschain , que busca  alcançar a “Torre Obscura que fica no Mid-World e atinge o ponto nexo entre o tempo e o espaço em que ele espera salvar toda existência da extinção . Mas com vários monstros e um feiticeiro  chamado Walter Padick no seu rastro,  descobre que sua busca pode ser difícil de completar.


A lone gunslinger.[7] On the choice of Elba, director and co-writer Nikolaj Arcel stated, “For me, it just clicked. He’s such a formidable man.” He added that he’s been an admirer of Elba’s since The Wire.[7] Arcel then stated, “I had to go to Idris and tell him my vision for the entire journey with Roland and the ka-tet. We discussed, who is this character? What’s he about? What’s his quest? What’s his psychology? We tried to figure out if we saw the same guy. And we absolutely had all the same ideas and thoughts. He had a unique vision for who Roland would be.”[7] Stephen King himself spoke highly of Elba, stating: “I love it. I think he’s a terrific actor, one of the best working in the business now.”[7] On the character of Roland, King noted: “For me the character is still the character. It’s almost a Sergio Leone character, like the Man with No Name,” while remarking, “He can be white or black, it makes no difference to me. I think it opens all kind of exciting possibilities for the backstory.”[7]

Um pistoleiro solitário. [7] Sobre a escolha de Elba, o diretor e co-escritor Nikolaj Arcel afirmou: “Para mim, apenas pintou. Ele é um homem tão formidável”. Ele acrescentou que ele é admirador de Elba desde The Wire . [7] Arcel declarou: “Eu tive que ir até Idris e contar-lhe minha visão para toda a jornada com Roland e o ka-tet. Nós discutimos, quem seria esse personagem? Sobre o deque ele trata? Qual é a sua missão? Qual é a psicologia dele? “Nós tentamos descobrir se nós víamos o mesmo cara. E nós absolutamente tivemos todas as mesmas idéias e pensamentos. Ele tinha uma visão única de quem Roland seria”. [7] O próprio Stephen King falou muito de Elba, afirmando: “Eu adoro. Eu acho que ele é um ótimo ator, um dos melhores que atua no ramo atualmente”. [7] Sobre o personagem de Roland, King observou: ” É quase um personagem de Sergio Leone , como o homem sem nome  Man with No Name “, enquanto observa: “Ele pode ser branco ou preto, Não há diferença para mim. Eu acho que abre todo o tipo de possibilidades emocionantes para o backstory “. [7]

An ageless deceiver and sorcerer who also seeks to reach the tower and rule over its seemingly infinite kingdoms.[7] On the choice of McConaughey, Arcel stated, “Matthew is an incredible actor who can do anything. That’s how I feel about [Walter]. He could do anything.”[7] About the character of Padick, Arcel added, “He is this timeless sorcerer, and being a Stephen King fan, I’ve read and experienced Walter in various iterations”; Arcel making references to The Stand and The Eyes of the Dragon.[7] “He has a very interesting way of seeing the world. He sees it with a sort of delight, even though he is obviously on the wrong side of the light-and-dark spectrum. He’s someone I’ve been having a lot of fun with.”[7] King makes mention of him never having a clear image of the character’s face, to which he explained: “I never really thought of him. But [in the movie] he becomes a character who isn’t just a mirage that Roland is chasing. The way things are set up, he’s right there.”[7]

Um enganador e feiticeiro eterno que também procura alcançar a torre e governar seus reinos aparentemente infinitos. [7] Sobre a escolha de McConaughey, Arcel declarou: “Matthew é um ator incrível que pode fazer qualquer coisa. É assim que me sinto sobre [Walter]. Ele poderia fazer qualquer coisa”. [7] Sobre o personagem de Padick, Arcel acrescentou: “Ele é este feiticeiro intemporal, e sendo um fã de Stephen King, eu li e experimentei Walter em várias iterações”; Arcel faz referências a The Stand e The Eyes of the Dragon . [7] “Ele tem uma maneira muito interessante de ver o mundo. Ele vê isso com uma  delicia, mesmo que seja obviamente no lado errado do espectro claro e escuro. Ele é alguém que eu tenho tido como Muito divertido”. [7] O King faz menção a ele nunca ter uma imagem clara do rosto do personagem, a que ele explicou: “Eu nunca pensei nele. Mas [no filme] ele se torna um personagem que não é apenas uma miragem que Roland Está perseguindo. Como as coisas estão configuradas, ele está ali mesmo. “ [7]

A young boy who Roland must call upon to complete his journey, and a son-like figure to Deschain.[7][8][9] Taylor won the role after an international search to find the young actor who would serve as the protege of Deschain.[8]
Um jovem que Roland deve recorrer para completar sua jornada, e uma figura semelhante a um filho para Deschain. [7] [8] [9] Taylor ganhou o papel após uma busca internacional para encontrar o jovem ator que serviria de protegido de Deschain. [8]

Development history


The Dark Towers protagonist Roland as depicted in the opening credits of another Stephen King adaptation, The Mist (2007)

The project has been ongoing since 2007 with periodic reports and official announcements. To date, the proposed film adaptation has gone through three major phases of planning: initially with J. J. Abrams from 2007 to 2009, then with Ron Howard from 2010 to 2015, and currently with Arcel with Howard remaining in a producing role.

J. J. Abrams (2007–09)

IGN Movies first reported in early February 2007 that a film adaptation of The Dark Tower series was in the works. J. J. Abrams, co-creator of the television series Lost, was supposedly attached to produce and direct. Carlton Cuse and Damon Lindelof, who co-created Lost with Abrams, optioned The Dark Tower from King for a reported amount of nineteen dollars, a number that mysteriously recurs throughout the series.[14] According to issue #923 of Entertainment Weekly, King “is an ardent supporter of [Lost] and trusts Abrams to translate his vision” into a film franchise with Lindelof being “the leading candidate to write the screenplay for the first installment.”[15] It was around this same time that Marvel Comics launched their graphic novel adaptation of The Dark Tower with The Dark Tower: The Gunslinger Born. Later, in March 2007, Abrams noted in an interview with Wired that the project is “something that we are just now talking about with Stephen, so it’s too early for me to say that we’re even officially doing it yet just because the thing is in the early stages of discussion.”[16]

A year later, in February 2008, Abrams reiterated that The Dark Tower adaptation was in the early stages of development, when interviewed by Reelz Channel.[17] When interviewed by AMC in September 2008, Abrams admitted that the project needs time he does not have because of Lost, especially since he would like to see a seven-film series (the eighth novel would be published in 2012). However, in May 2009, Abrams stated to IGN that he and Lindelof were planning on beginning work on The Dark Tower as soon as Lost finished its run.[18]Speaking to MTV News around the same time, Lindelof revealed some apprehension regarding the project, noting that his “reverence for Stephen King is now getting in the way of what any good writer would do first when they’re adapting a book, which is take creative license.”[19] In a July 2009 interview with C21 Media, Lindelof revealed that he and Cuse had indeed optioned the rights for The Dark Tower, but said he was wary about committing to such an ambitious project: “The idea of taking on something that massive again after having done six seasons of Lost is intimidating and slightly frightening, to say the least.”[20]

With these reservations being voiced by the producers, this initial phase of the project came to an end at the end of 2009 after three years, since this was a three-year option. In an interview with USA Today in October 2009, Damon Lindelof stated: “You’ll be hard-pressed to find a huger fan of The Dark Tower than me, but that’s probably the reason that I shouldn’t be the one to adapt it. After working six years on Lost, the last thing I want to do is spend the next seven years adapting one of my favorite books of all time. I’m such a massive Stephen King fan that I’m terrified of screwing it up. I’d do anything to see those movies written by someone else. My guess is they will get made because they’re so incredible. But not by me.”[21]Finally, in November 2009, Abrams stated that he would not be adapting the series. During an interview with MTV News, Abrams made the following comments: “The Dark Tower thing is tricky. The truth is that Damon and I are not looking at that right now.”[22]

Ron Howard (2010–15)

In April 2010, five months after Abrams had revealed that he would no longer pursue his adaptation of The Dark Tower, reported that Universal Pictures will be bringing the series to both the big and the small screens via a trilogy of feature films alternating with two seasons of a television series to bridge gaps between the films. The involved parties included Akiva Goldsman writing the script, Ron Howard directing and producing, along with Brian Grazer and Stephen King.[23] The report was made official by NBC Universal five months later via a press release dated September 8, 2010.[24] In an interview with Entertainment Weekly following the announcement, King stated that “I always thought it would take more than a single movie, but I didn’t see this solution coming—i.e., several movies and TV series. It was Ron [Howard] and Akiva [Goldsman]’s idea. Once it was raised, I thought at once it was the solution.”[25] A month later, in October 2010, it was reported that the first Dark Tower film would open on May 17, 2013.[26] In December 2010, Howard offered the following in regards to the project’s progress: “It is going well, and it has been incredibly stimulating to work on. I really can’t stop thinking about it. We’ve been meeting and talking and I’ve been reading and researching and just kind of living with it. I hope it goes great. I hope it goes the way we think it will. It never does, really. But sometimes it goes better.” Despite Howard’s enthusiasm, Universal had not greenlit the project yet at that point.[27][28]

By the end of 2010 and the beginning of 2011, New York Post was reporting that Javier Bardem and Viggo Mortensen were in line to play the lead character of Roland Deschain, and Naomie Harris was being considered for the character of Susannah Dean.[29][30] Speaking on The Howard Stern Show in January 2011 and qualifying his words with the phrase “I don’t know if it’s going to happen or not”, Howard said that after the first film, which would be more action-oriented, a six-episode television miniseries would follow, focusing more on character-driven drama.[31] For his part, Brian Grazer stated around the same time that a casting announcement could be made “within a week.”[32] As reported by Deadline on January 26, 2011, Javier Bardem was officially offered the role of Roland, though no official negotiations had yet taken place.[33] Grazer stated in March 2011 that Bardem “really wants to do it.”[34]

In April 2011, it was reported that Mark Verheiden (Heroes, Battlestar Galactica) was joining the television portion of the project as executive producer and Akiva Goldsman’s co-writer. The same month it was officially announced that Javier Bardem was cast in the role of Roland.[35] However, just a month later, a report in Variety revealed that Universal may seek another studio’s help, as the project’s budget appeared to be more than they were willing to handle.[36] The Hollywood Reporter wrote later that the project was on the verge of turnaround, and Warner Bros. or Columbia Pictures could potentially take the project on, revealing that Universal had paid $5 million for the rights.[37] Shortly after that, Universal committed to a lower budget for the project and Goldsman began rewriting the script to reflect these changes.[38]

Originally, production was slated to begin in September 2011, but in May 2011 it was being pushed back to February 2012 or early spring. The project was still not yet greenlit by the studio, which had to happen by July 2011.[39][40] Then on July 18, 2011, Universal decided to cancel development of the entire project due to budgetary concerns.[41] Despite this, Stephen King was confident Howard would see the project through, stating that he was “sorry Universal passed, but not really surprised. I bear them no ill will, and trust Ron Howard to get Roland and his friends before the camera somewhere else. He’s very committed to the project.”[42] In August 2011, Howard stated that they were “trying to get outside financing to make it, and distribute it through a major [studio]”, including the fact that Netflix might be an outlet.[43] Later, in October 2011, Howard confirmed the adaptation is still on track, noting that HBO would now carry the television portion of the project.[44]

By March 2012, it was being reported that Warner was interested in taking on the project.[45] Several months later Goldsman delivered a new script for the first film to Warners, and the studio had to make a decision in August 2012 whether to go ahead with the project. As well, Russell Crowe was being talked about as the lead character.[46] On August 20, 2012, Warner Bros. officially passed.[47] At the same time, Media Rights Capital (MRC) was reported to be in talks to take over the project from Warner.[48] In May 2013 it was reported that “a Silicon Valley investor” was interested in financing the project as it was originally envisioned.[49]

In January 2014, Aaron Paul stated that he had a conversation with Howard and was possibly being considered to play Eddie Dean (earlier, in October 2012, Paul had tweeted that the role of Eddie Dean was a “huge dream” of his).[50][51] Following that, a rumor appeared that Liam Neeson was interested in the part of Roland.[52]

Nikolaj Arcel (2015–present)

On April 10, 2015, it was announced that Sony Pictures Entertainment with MRC were fast-tracking the project, now with a completely reworked script by Goldsman and Jeff Pinkner. King appeared optimistic, saying: “I’m excited that The Dark Tower is finally going to appear on the screen.” Howard appeared to be out as director, but would remain in a producing capacity.[53] On June 2, 2015, reported that Sony was looking to Nikolaj Arcel to direct.[54] Arcel officially signed on July 10, 2015. He and Anders Thomas Jensen are to rewrite the script.[55] On August 5, 2015, Sony Pictures Entertainment set the film for a release of January 13, 2017.[56] In November 2015, Variety reported that Matthew McConaughey had been offered the role of the Man in Black (also known as Randall Flagg from The Stand, another role McConaughey had been offered in an upcoming adaptation).[57] In January 2016, it was officially announced that Idris Elba has been cast to play Roland Deschain.[58]

On February 18, 2016, Deadline reported that Abbey Lee had apparently been offered the female lead role of Tirana.[59] On March 1, 2016, Entertainment Weekly confirmed the casting of Idris Elba as Roland and Matthew McConaughey as The Man in Black, with shooting set to begin in South Africa in April.[7] On March 5, Sony announced that the film would be moving back on the schedule from January 13 to February 17.[6] On March 10, 2016, Variety reported that young actor Tom Taylor is cast as Jake Chambers.[8] Filming began on April 12, 2016.[60][61][62] Abbey Lee, Jackie Earle Haley, Fran Kranz and Tom Taylor were added to the cast when filming commenced while Katheryn Winnick and Michael Barbieri joined the film at the end of April 2016 and Claudia Kim was cast as Arra Champignon in May 2016.[63][64][65][66][67]


The Dark Tower began filming in South Africa in April 2016.[68] The film also shot scenes in New York.[69]

The efforts to adapt The Dark Tower series for the screen have been ongoing since 2007.[70] The project was later shelved, before the rights were transitioned to a different production company. The project has experienced starts and stops with various filmmakers and studios at different times, including Universal Films, Paramount, ColumbiaTristar Entertainment, and Lionsgate Entertainment. The current iteration, announced in March 2015, is produced by Sony Pictures Entertainment and Media Rights Capital.


The film was scheduled to be released on February 17, 2017.[citation needed] In November 2016, the film was pushed back to a July 28, 2017 release date to fill the release date for Jumanji: Welcome to the Jungle.[citation needed] In late March 2017, it was pushed back again to August 4, 2017, switching places with Sony Pictures Animation‘s The Emoji Movie.[71]


An unfinished rough cut of the first trailer leaked online on October 10, 2016, but was later taken down almost all over the internet. On May 3, 2017, a full length trailer was released.[72] Also, promotional Websites have been established, and

Follow-up TV series

In September 2016, Entertainment Weekly reported that following the release of the film, a TV series set within the same continuity is scheduled to be released in 2018. Both Elba and Taylor are set to reprise their roles as Roland and Jake respectively. Reportedly the series will potentially fill in the backstory to the film, being based on King’s The Dark Tower IV: Wizard and Glass, and star a younger actor playing a young Roland.[73]


  1. Jump up^ From interviews and the trailer, he is referred to as either Walter Padick or The Man in Black in the film; not Randall Flagg or o’Dim.
Directed by Nikolaj Arcel
Produced by
Screenplay by
Based on The Dark Tower
by Stephen King
Music by Junkie XL
Cinematography Rasmus Videbæk
Edited by
Distributed by Columbia Pictures
Release date
Data de estréia
  • August 4, 2017(United States)
  • 04 de Agosto de 2.017 – EUA


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60 milhões de dólares

A torre Obscura –  série

A Torre Negra (no original, The Dark Tower) é uma série literária escrita pelo americano Stephen King. Misturando ficção científica, fantasia e terror numa narrativa que forma um verdadeiro mosaico da cultura popular contemporânea, o enredo segue um “pistoleiro” e sua busca em direção a uma torre, cuja natureza é tanto física quanto metafórica.

Considerada a magnum opus do escritor, levou trinta e três anos para ser concluída – de 1970 a 2003[2] – e em 2010 havia alcançado a marca de 30 milhões de exemplares vendidos.[1] A saga é inspirada no universo imaginário de J.R.R. Tolkien, no poema épico do século XIX Childe Roland à Torre Negra Chegou escrito por Robert Browning, e repleta de referências à cultura pop, às Lendas Arturianas e ao faroeste.[2][3]

Em 21 de fevereiro de 2012, foi lançado um oitavo livro da série, intitulado The Wind Through the Keyhole e posteriormente foi lançado no Brasil com o nome “O Vento Pela Fechadura”.[4]



Stephen King começou a escrever a coleção quando ainda era um estudante universitário, na década de 1970.[3] O primeiro volume, O Pistoleiro, foi publicado inicialmente em capítulos na revista de ficção científica The Magazine of Fantasy & Science Fiction. Relançado em 1982 em forma de livro, foi seguido por seis outros romances. Em 2003, o primeiro volume ganhou uma edição revista e expandida.[2]

Desde seu lançamento, a série vem reunindo milhares de fãs no mundo todo, e é considerada por muitos leitores e críticos a obra mais importante do escritor norte-americano.[3][5] Alguns casos demonstram a devoção de admiradores para com A Torre Negra. Em 1998, por exemplo, Stephen King recebeu a carta de uma senhora idosa em fase terminal de câncer; ela implorou para que o autor revelasse o desfecho da série e prometeu não contar a mais ninguém.[2] No ano seguinte, outro leitor à beira da morte fez o mesmo pedido. King se surpreendeu com as cartas. Não revelou, porém, o final da série, porque nem ele, até então, sabia como terminaria.[2]Quando o autor sofreu um acidente de carro em 1999, alguns temeram nunca vê-lo concluir a série.[5]


Embora a série tenha sido declarada oficialmente concluída com a publicação do sétimo volume em 2004, em uma entrevista de março de 2009 King fez uma declaração descrevendo uma ideia que ele havia tido recentemente para uma nova história; de acordo com ele, o pensamento era de um novo romance para A Torre Negra.[6] A respeito da saga, King acrescentou: “Ainda não está realmente pronta. Estes sete livros são realmente seções de um longo super romance”.[6]

O tomo, intitulado The Dark Tower: The Wind Through the Keyhole (na edição do Brasil: A Torre Negra: O Vento pela fechadura) foi anunciado no site oficial de Stephen King em 10 de março de 2011, tendo sido lançado em edição especial em 21 de fevereiro de 2012 e publicado oficialmente em 24 de abril do mesmo ano – com versões em ebook e audiobook.[4] King observou que a história do romance está situada entre o quarto e o quinto livros da série, e conta o que aconteceu ao Ka-tet antes de chegar à cidade de Calla; a versão americana da obra é menor do que o segundo livro, porém maior do que o primeiro.[4] De acordo com Philippa Pride, editor britânico de Stephen King, The Wind Through the Keyhole pode ser lido sozinho, sem o conhecimento prévio dos demais livros.[7] Já está a venda nas livrarias do Brasil com o título “A Torre Negra: O Vento Pela Fechadura.

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Adaptação cinematográfica e televisiva

Em 2010, Universal Pictures e NBC chegaram a confirmar um megaprojeto que envolveriam três filmes e uma série de TV com duas temporadas para adaptar os livros de A Torre Negra.[8] Ron Howard seria o produtor e o diretor do primeiro filme, enquanto Javier Bardem seria o protagonista Roland Deschain. Contudo, devido ao alto custo da produção, cerca de 200 milhões de dólares, a super produção foi considerada muito arriscada e o estúdio desistiu de filmá-la.[9]


Existe ainda uma versão da série em quadrinhos, lançada a partir de 2007 nos Estados Unidos pela Marvel Comics.[10] No Brasil, Panini Comics é a responsável pela publicação.[11]

Abaixo, o histórico de edição das revistas.

Título original Data de publicação
The Gunslinger Born 7 de fevereiro de 2007
The Long Road Home 5 de março de 2008
Treachery 10 de setembro de 2008
The Fall of Gilead 13 de maio de 2009
Battle of Jericho Hill 3 de dezembro de 2009

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Cinema 2.014 – A good Marriage

Stephen King

Stephen King

A Good Marriage (um bom casamento) é uma história de Stephen King, faz parte da coleção Full Dark, No Stars (completa escuridão, sem estrelas).

Darcy Anderson foi casada com Bob, um contador de Portland, por 27 anos. Eles têm um relacionamento feliz, ainda que monótono, ele recebe ordens pelo correio para negócios de venda e avaliação moedas raras. Uma noite, enquanto Bob está fora, em viagem de negócios, Darcy vai até a garagem para procurar baterias. Quando ela vasculha os pertences de Bob, ela se depara com uma revista pornográfica mostrando imagens sadomasoquistas. Incomodada pela revista – e pelo fato de ela estar em posse de Bob – Darcy encontra um compartimento secreto, atrás do rodapé da garagem, e faz uma descoberta terrível: uma pequena caixa contendo a carteira de identidade de Marjorie Duvall, uma vítima de um serial killer chamado “Beadie”.

Bob liga para Darcy e sente sua angústia; ela mente sobre o motivo de sua ansiedade. Depois, ela procura registros de negócios de Beadie e os negócios de Bob e cruza esses dados com os locais dos assassinatos, descobrindo que os negócios de Bob estão próximos da maioria dos crimes. Quando Darcy acorda na manhã seguinte, ela acha que Bob sabe de sua descoberta e por isso voltou para casa mais cedo. Ele passa a explicar calmamente sua insanidade para sua esposa horrorizada, contando como ele e um sádico amigo chamado Brian Delahanty – apelidado de “BD”, a partir da qual o nome de Beadie derivou – fala do planejamento de um tiroteio numa escola com adolescentes. Delahanty foi atropelado por um caminhão, antes que pudessem levá-lo para fora, mas Bob afirma ter sido “infectado” por ele com “certas idéias”, resultando em seus impulsos homicidas.

Bob afirma que depois de Darcy casar-se com ele e ajudá-lo a criar os seus filhos, seu alter ego assassino nunca mais o levou a matar de novos. Ele pede para Darcy esquecer o assunto para seu próprio bem e de sua família. Após pensar sobre isso, Darcy finge um acordo, com a condição de que ele enterre a carteira de identidade de Duvall atrás de sua casa. Bob acredita que Darcy esqueceu o assunto, quando na verdade ela está pensando numa maneira de impedi-lo de matar novamente. Poucos meses depois das descobertas de Darcy, o casal vai para Portland para comemorar. Quando Bob fica embriagado com champanhe, Darcy elabora um plano para assassiná-lo.

Ao chegar em casa, Darcy pede para Bob buscar alguns Perrier, enquanto ela espera por ele no andar de cima, aparentemente para uma noite de amor. No entanto, quando Bob chega, Darcy empurra ele escada abaixo, quebrando o braço, pescoço e costas. Ela então consegue enfiar um saco plástico em sua garganta, matando-o. Darcy consegue convencer as autoridades e os filhos de que Bob havia morrido em um acidente, embriagado, e não é suspeita de ter cometido qualquer crime. Darcy assume o longo calvário.

No entanto, pouco tempo depois de Bob está enterrado, um detetive aposentado chamado Holt Ramsey visita a casa. Ramsey investigou os assassinatos de Beadie e havia questionado Bob após a morte de mais uma vítima, Stacey Moore, que trabalhava em um restaurante que Bob frequentava em suas viagens de negócios. Ramsey diz à Darcy que ele suspeitava de Bob quanto aos assassinatos, desde que seu Chevrolet Suburban foi visto no bairro de cada vítima. Darcy percebe que Ramsey descobriu sua participação na morte do próprio Bob. Uma vez que ela admita a verdade, Ramsey garante que ela “fez a coisa certa” e vai embora; antes que ele vá, ela fala sobre Delahanty. Darcy percebe como Bob estava perto de ser pego e não era tão inteligente quanto ela pensava. Ela também descobre que agora pode ficar em paz consigo mesma.


No posfácio para Full Dark, No Stars, King declarou que o personagem de Bob Anderson fora inspirado por Dennis Rader, o famoso “BTK Killer”. Como Rader, Anderson tortura cruelmente e mata suas vítimas, então manda a identificação de suas vítimas à polícia; as vítimas de Anderson, como as de Radero, são mulheres e crianças. Também como Rader, Anderson é um pilar da comunidade, que é bem visto por seus amigos e colegas. King disse que ele se sentiu inspirado ao escrever a história depois que o clamor público contra a esposa de Rader, Paula, que havia sido casada com ele, por quase 30 anos, parecia ainda não ter conhecimento de seus crimes.

Adaptação para o cinema:

Em 19 de maio de 2012, foi anunciado que Will Battersby e Peter Askin estavam produzindo uma adaptação de “A Good Marriage” com Askin dirigindo o roteiro de Stephen King, baseado em sua própria história. Em 11 de setembro 2012, Joan Allen foi anunciada como protagonista no filme.

Ficha técnica do livro:

Author – Stephen King

País – United States – EUA

Lingua – inglês

Genero – Suspense

Publicado na coleção Full Dark, No Stars

Publisher – Scribner

Media type – Hardcover

Publication date – 2010


Joan Allen as Darcy

Anthony LaPaglia as Bob

Kristen Connolly as Petra

Stephen Lang

Ficha técnica:

Directed by Peter Askin

Produced by:

Peter Askin

Linus Hume

Evan Pohl

Matthew T. Weiner

Will Battersby

Per Melita

Written by: Stephen King

Based on: A Good Marriage

De Stephen King


Joan Allen

Anthony LaPaglia

Kristen Connolly

Stephen Lang

Music by:

Danny Bensi

Saunder Jurriaans

Cinematography: Frank G. DeMarco

Edited by: Colleen Sharp



Reno Productions

Distributed by: Screen Media Films

Data de lançamento:

October 3, 2014

País – United States – EUA

Língua – English

Fonte: Wikipedia

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Carrie – Terceira versão

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Carrie a estranha

Carrie (2013)

Origem: Wikipédia, a enciclopédia livre

Dirigido por Kimberly Peirce

Produzido por Kevin Misher

Roteiro por Roberto Aguirre-Sacasa

Baseado em Carrie de Stephen King

Estrelando Chloë Grace Moretz

Julianne Moore

Judy Greer

Portia Doubleday

Alex Russell

Gabriella Wilde

Ansel Elgort

Música por Marco Beltrami

Cinematografia Steve Yedlin

Edição por Lee Percy

Distribuído por Metro-Goldwyn-Mayer

Screen Gems

Data de lançamento (s)

15 de março de 2013

País United States

Lingua Inglês

Carrie é um filme de horror sobrenatural americano de 2.013. É a terceira adaptação para o cinema, desse livro de Stephen King (1974), de mesmo nome. É estrelado por Chloe Moretz como Carrie White, e Julianne Moore como sua mãe, Margaret White. O filme está programado para ser lançado em 15 de março de 2013.

No subúrbio tranquilo de Chamberlain, na casa da profundamente religiosa e conservadora Margaret White (Julianne Moore) e sua filha Carrie (Chloe Moretz), transcorre uma vida aparentemente normal, para quem não sabe o que está acontecendo. Carrie é uma doce menina. A professora de ginástica, senhorita Desjardin (Judy Greer) tenta, em vão, proteger Carrie das garotas malvadas do lugar, lideradas pela popular e arrogante Chris Hargensen, mas a única amiga de Chris, Sue Snell, lamenta suas ações. Em um esforço para fazer as pazes, Sue pede para seu namorado, galã da escola, Tommy Ross, para levar Carrie ao baile. Depois de uma brincadeira cruel desses alunos, no baile, Carrie é levada ao seu limite e desencadeia estragos através de poderes telecinéticos, direcionado aos seus colegas de classe e toda a cidade.


Chloë Grace Moretz como Carrie White

Julianne Moore como Margaret White

Gabriella Wilde como Sue Snell

Judy Greer como a senhorita Desjardin

Ansel Elgort como Tommy Ross

Portia Doubleday como Chris Hargensen

Alex Russell como Billy Nolan

Zoe Belkin como Tina Blake

Max Topplin como Jackie Talbott

Cynthia Preston como Eleanor Snell

Skyler Wexler como jovem Carrie White

Michelle Nolden como Estelle Parsons

Connor Price como o Bico

Samantha Weinstein como Heather

Kim Roberts como a Sra. Arlene Walsh

Mouna Traore como Erika Gogan

William MacDonald como Sheriff Otis Doyle

Christopher Britton como o Dr. Dean McDuffy

Philip Nozuka como Ernie

Kyle Mac como Kenny Garson

Karissa Strain como Nikki

Katie Strain como Lizzi


Em maio de 2011, foi anunciado oficialmente que Carrie iria ser novamente adaptado para o cinema. A MGM e a Screen Gems contrataram o escritor de Spider-Man, o dramaturgo Roberto Aguirre-Sacasa para escrever o roteiro para o novo filme de Carrie, com “a mais fiel adaptação” do romance de King. Aguirre-Sacasa previamente adaptou o épico de King, The Stand, para uma versão de quadrinhos, em 2008.

Ao ouvir falar sobre ele, king declarou: “A verdadeira questão é essa, era por isso que o original era tão bom?”. Ele também sugeriu Lindsay Lohan para o papel principal, dizendo que “certamente seria divertido como marketing”. A Atriz Sissy Spacek também expressou sua opinião sobre Lohan, como Carrie White, afirmando que ela seria como, “Oh meu Deus, ela é realmente uma menina bonita” e eu fiquei muito lisonjeada pelo fato deles estarem procurando alguém como eu, em vez de a verdadeira Carrie, descrito no livro. Vai ser realmente interessante”. Em março de 2012, o papel de Carrie seria oferecido para Chloe Moretz.

Ao lado Moretz, Julianne Moore vai estrelar como a mãe de Carrie, Margaret White, e Wilde será Sue Snell. Alex Russell e o ator da Broadway, Ansel Elgort, também estão no elenco principal. Judy Greer vai interpretar a professora de ginástica, Ms. Desjardin.

Kimberly Peirce, conhecido por seu trabalho em Meninos Não Choram, está dirigindo esta nova adaptação de Carrie.

O filme está previsto para ser lançado em 15 de março de 2013.

A Sony Pictures realizou um evento “First Look” em New York Comic, em 13 de outubro de 2012. Seguido por uma sessão com vários membros do elenco e da equipe técnica. O primeiro teaser/trailer para o filme, foi lançado em 15 de outubro de 2012.

Fonte: Wikipedia


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