Bill Skarsgard Said There Was A "REALLY Disturbing" Scene That Had To Be Cut From 'IT'
There's no denying the absolute mind f*ck that was this year's banger of a horror film, 'IT'
...But according to Pennywise actor Bill Skarsgard, the film could have been WAY more terrifying if a certain scene hadn't been cut.
In a recent interview with Variety's Playback podcast, Bill said he found the cut scene "really, really disturbing."
"There's a scene that we shot that was a flashback scene from the 1600s. Where Pennywise was before "Pennywise." And we shot it for additional shooting and the scene turned out REALLY, REALLY disturbing. And it's me...I'm not the clown, I look more like myself," he said.
Fans think Bill is referring to a scene from an earlier draft of the script by Cary Fukunaga which features "Pennywise unlike the one seen by the kids in the move, describing IT as 'incomplete, his flesh pale and transclucent, like a half-formed imitation of a human."
Bill also added that the scene may actuall make it into the sequel so he can't reveal too much.
"It's a very disturbing scene, sort of a backstory for what IT is or where Pennywise came from....The idea is that IT, the entity, was dormant or resting for thousands and thousands of years and it [the scene] hints on [the founding of Derry]."
Ok. We are already fkn terrified.