As some of you "IT" fans may already know, "IT" doesn't have any one true form. Instead, it takes the form of your biggest fear and uses it to render you defenseless and should it have it's way, DEAD. After watching "IT" for a second time, it hit me. "IT" must be a boggart! For those of you who don't immediately know what I'm talking about, here it is in muggle terms, “A boggart is a shapeshifter that usually lurks in dark spaces. It has no definite form, taking the shape of that which is most feared by the person who encounters it. When not in the sight of a person, it is believed to look like a dark blob."
Sound familiar? What if a boggart made the decision to ignore the rules of the wizarding world and instead lurk in the shadows to haunt muggles? It wouldn't be long before you would find easy prey, especially in a small town like "Derry." All it would have left to do is pick ONE form....
PENNYWISE THE CLOWN. This form could easily feast on the fears of children and in order to not get caught by the ministry, "IT" only comes out every 27 years...
Here's something else to consider: Both authors write about the "supernatural world." Not just magic and horror. So is it really too farfetched to believe that the form of 'Pennywise' could live in a supernatural world like HP? What do you think?
- Danica Covarrubias
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Jamie Lee Curtis is returning to play the iconic Laurie Strode in the “Halloween” franchise. Universal Pictures is planning to release what they are calling the final film in the "Halloween" franchise. The new movie is set for an Oct. 19, 2018 release date.
In the new movie, Curtis’ character will have a final confrontation with Michael Myers, the masked figure who has haunted her since she narrowly escaped his killing spree on Halloween night four decades ago.
The new film will have quite a crew behind it. John Carpenter, who directed the original film, will executive produce and serve as creative consultant on this film, joining leading horror producer Jason Blum, who’s behind “Get Out,” “Split,” and “The Purge” and “Paranormal Activity” franchises. David Gordon Green is directing from a script he co-wrote with Danny McBride. Green and McBride will executive produce under their Rough House Pictures banner. Green’s directing credits include “Pineapple Express” and “Our Brand Is Crisis."
Curtis also played Laurie Strode in “Halloween II” (1981), “Halloween H20: 20 Years Later” (1998) and “Halloween: Resurrection” (2002). She tweeted about her return on Friday.