Watch New ‘It’ Trailer, Soaked in Dread and Horror

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Back in 1986, Stephen King’s massive fright novel It was a runaway bestseller. Just four years later, it was adapted for television as a popular miniseries that starred Tim Curry as a demonic entity that transforms itself into the murderous Pennywise the Clown.

A big-screen version has been under development since 2009. Cary Fukunaga (Beasts of No Nation, True Detective) was attached to direct in 2012, with the idea that the story would be divided into two installments covering past and present events in the novel. Eventually, creative differences arose and Fukunaga departed. Andres Muschietti boarded the project last year. Advance word has been quite positive and the first trailer certainly reinforced that notion.

Now a new trailer has been released and it doubles…
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Watch Angry Matt Damon in First ‘Suburbicon’ Trailer, Directed by George Clooney

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In the Bourne series of spy movies, Matt Damon was furious but contained and in control. Now in the first trailer for Suburbicon, he looks furious but almost completely out of control in 1950’s suburbia.

If the somewhat crazed trailer — in a good way! — looks and sounds reminiscent of movies by the Coen Brothers, that’s no coincidence. They originally wrote the script early in their careers. George Clooney directed and adds his own visual flourishes, as he’s done before in Confessions of a Dangerous Mind, Good Night, and Good Luck and The Monuments Men.

Watch the trailer below.

Earlier this year, our own Erik Davis talked with Clooney and costar Julianne Moore about the challenges involved in adapting a script written by the Coen…
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