Pennywise’s demonic smile in the box-office smash “It” actually has its roots in family fun.
Bill Skarsgård, who plays the terrifying clown in the horror remake, told Conan O’Brien on his show Tuesday that as a 10-year-old he was inspired by his older brother, who “had this ability... to point his lip in a very strange way.”
“For some reason, I don’t know how, I understood that I could do it as well,” the actor continued.
To prove it he did this:
Skarsgård said he would isolate the expression by pulling a T-shirt around his face, and then chase his petrified little brother. Nice.
Watch the segment above.
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