Sunday, March 15, 2009
According to The Hollywood Reporter, Stephen King's It is next in line for a remake. Warner Brothers in association with Lin Pictures and Vertigo Entertainment is starting to put the remake together. They have already announced a Director, Dave Kajganich, who has previously remade Pet Semetary and has written The Invasion as well as the upcoming Escape From New York redux.
No real details on any plot changes except it will take place in present day instead of split between 1958 and 1985. No word yet on any potential actors for the film but I'm sure we will have more details as this one surfaces.
"It" follows seven youths that have grown up and have to defeat a demonic creature named Pennywise which dresses in a clown suit and terrorized a town in Maine since they were children.