“It” director Andy Muschietti posted two new photos to tease the upcoming film adaptation of the famous Stephen King novel, one of which features “Stranger Things” actor Finn Wolfhard.
Muschietti took to Instagram to share a missing child flyer from the Derry Police Department, the town in which “It” is set. Wolfhard is Richard Tozier, a wisecracking character referred to as “Trashmouth” in the book.
The director also posted a second photo of a gate with the number 29 on it. According to Movieweb, it signifies 29 Neibolt Street, home of Pennywise the clown in the novel.
King’s book was published in 1986 and was adapted into a TV miniseries of the same name in 1990, with Tim Curry starring as Pennywise, the demonic entity that preys upon the local children of Derry, Maine.
The movie adaptation will star Bill Skarsgard as Pennywise and will also include Jack Dylan Grazer, Wyatt Oleff, Chosen Jacobs, Jeremy Ray Taylor and Jaeden Lieberher.
“It” is set for release on Sept. 8, 2017.
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