The SHOCKING unknown scene from “It” that had to be taken down!

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In a recent interview on Variety's Playback podcast, Pennywise himself, Bill Skarsgård explained that there was an even more terrifying scene that had to be removed from the film.

He said:

There is a scene that we shot that went back to century XVII. Where was Pennywise before being "Pennywise" proper.
And we shot it for extra shots and the scene was REALLY disturbing. And it's me ... I'm not the clown, but I look more like myself.

Some fans speculated that perhaps the scene in question was one from an earlier draft of the screenplay by Cary Fukunaga.

Set in the early 17th century, the scene shows a mother who allows the clown to devour her daughter in exchange for security. And, according to Digital Spy, "this scene also presents a Pennywise different from the one seen by the children in the film, describing IT as" incomplete, their flesh pale and translucent, like a half-formed imitation of a human being ".

Set in the early 17th century, the scene shows a mother who allows the clown to devour her daughter in exchange for security. And, according to Digital Spy, "this scene also presents a Pennywise different from the one seen by the children in the film, describing IT as" incomplete, their flesh pale and translucent, like a half-formed imitation of a human being ".

And although this spooky scene was cut from this first installment, maybe we'll see it in a second movie. Skarsgård continues:

I will not give clues to the scene, because we could use it [in the sequel]. But it's a very disturbing scene, a sort of background story of who IT is or where Pennywise came from ... The idea is that IT, the entity, was inactive or resting for thousands of thousands of years and [the scene] insinuates [the foundation of Derry].

Ugh, sounds interesting. Let's cross our fingers so we can see this unknown scene soon!

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