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Curry wasn’t too keen on being placed yet again under heavy amounts of makeup, following his most recent role as the Darkness (aka the Devil himself) in Ridley Scott’s 1985 fantasy flick .However, in a last-ditch attempt to secure Curry for the role of Pennywise—which he knew Curry would be perfect for—director Tommy Lee Wallace told him he would cut down on the number of prosthetics used to turn him into the Macroverse’s most terrifying clown. Possibly worried that such a terrifying version of King’s novel was heading straight into the living rooms of millions of viewers, ABC must have had a moment’s hesitation about whether or not their expensive two-part adaptation of was going to be a major flop.“Part 2” was even more successful, gathering up a massive 20.6 rating after 19.2 million people tuned in to see how the nightmare would end—if it ever did.“Part 2” was, in fact, the second-most-watched broadcast on the night it originally aired; Tuesday, November 20, 1990. He is best known for his roles as vampire Eric Northman on the HBO series True Blood, Meekus in Zoolander, the title character in The Legend of Tarzan, Brad Colbert in the HBO miniseries Generation Kill, and Perry Wright in the HBO miniseries Big Little Lies, for which he won a Primetime Emmy Award for Outstanding Supporting Actor in a Limited Series or Movie, a Screen Actors Guild Award for Outstanding Performance by a Male Actor in a Miniseries or Television Movie, and a Golden Globe Award for Best Supporting Actor – Series, Miniseries, or Television Film.
As fate would have it, however, ABC executives became increasingly worried about the novel’s horrific and disturbing subject matter and cut the film down to its two-night, three-hour length.
But that doesn’t mean there is a single human on the planet at this point who doesn’t think that Swedish actor Bill Skarsgard is truly terrifying as the new Pennywise.
But in a fun piece of trivia to impress your friends with, Skarsgard was born on August 9, 1990, a mere three months before Tommy Lee Wallace’s two-part ABC adaptation originally hit the airwaves.
Seriously, take a moment and consider what the dirty diamond would have done with such a meaty role.
Even though we will never get a glimpse of just what theatrics Cooper would have had in store for us with his portrayal of Pennywise, we’re sure we would have loved it to death.
And while we all wait in anticipation to see just what the new Pennywise and the filmmakers have in store for us on this go-around, let’s take a look back at the previous adaptation of King’s magnum opus.