as such barbarictrailer Annoyed, the movie begins with Georgina Campbell Tess trying to get into her Airbnb before she learns that the house has been booked twice by a mysterious character played by Bill Skarsgård. For many horror fans who know the actor well Filming Pennywise recently He. She MoviesThere is an immediate instinct not to trust any character that Skarsgård plays, especially if you put him in another movie of the genre. Without spoiling the ride barbaricThere is an unintentional Stephen King joke about Pennywise in Next horror movie.
CinemaBlend spoke to barbaricWriter/director Zach Krieger on choosing Bill Skarsgård at the top of a horror movie and whether it was intentional to mock his famous role in Pennywise, especially the moment she tells his character Tess, he’s “not a monster.” In my plays, horror fans definitely laughed at delivery line. In Krieger’s words:
While it might sound like Bill Skarsgård is denying there’s a monster in him barbaric is a pleasant gesture to him He. She personality, according to barbaricThe filmmaker, he and his team never thought about it or joked about the line on set. The actor is so attached to playing the evil Stephen King that fans of the genre will find themselves not only skeptical of his character’s intentions, but nervous, knowing what he’s capable of in terms of scaring the audience.
Although the joke was unintentional, once Krieger realized it might play out as a comedic moment that breaks the tension of the film, he was pleasantly surprised at how “funny” it was and how Skårsgard’s history with the audience could also play to his advantage in the story itself.
It’s better if you don’t know much about it barbaric before watching it. What the preview shows is just the beginning of the concerns Tess will have to deal with after double booking on Airbnb. We can tell you that the movie stars Justin Long as well Also spoke with CinemaBlend during San Diego Comic-Con after our outlet host barbaric Examination of conference attendees.
this dimension, barbaric It received generally positive reviews from its fans, including from Shawn of the dead Director Edgar Wright, who called it “a gruesome blast for a movie” Twitter. barbaric It hits theaters September 9, with tickets now on sale.