It received positive reviews, with critics praising the performances, direction, cinematography and musical score, with many calling it one of the best Stephen King adaptations. A sequel, It: Chapter Two, is scheduled to be released on September 6, 2019. In October 1988, Bill Denbrough gives his six-year-old brother, Georgie, a paper sailboat. Georgie sails the boat along the rainy streets of small town Derry, and is disappointed when it falls down a storm drain. As he attempts to retrieve it, Georgie sees a clown in the sewer, who introduces himself as Pennywise. The clown entices Georgie to come closer, then severs his arm and drags him into the sewer.
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A spokesperson for New Line Cinema (distributor of the 2017 film adaptation) released a statement claiming that "New Line is absolutely not involved in the rash of clown sightings." * It on IMDb
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A Chapter-By-Chapter Analysis at It: An Annotated Look at Stephen King.
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In August 1993, Turner Broadcasting System agreed to acquire Castle Rock, along with co-financing partner New Line Cinema. The sale was completed on December 22, 1993. The motivation behind the purchase to allow a stronger company to handle the overhead. By 1994, Castle Rock launched a foreign sales operation, Castle Rock International, and planned to produce 12-15 films annually. Castle Rock also had aspirations to distribute its own films once its deal with Columbia expired in 1998. Turner Broadcasting later merged with Time Warner in 1996.
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The company assets and Hal Roach Studios, Inc. were again acquired by RHI Entertainment in June 1990 with New Line Cinema as a shareholder and a loan from Chemical Banking Corporation. From 1990 to 1996, Republic Pictures and Cabin Fever Entertainment was RHI's primary distributor to the home video market. With RHI shareholder New Line Cinema purchased by Turner Broadcasting System, Turner was rumored to be looking to purchase RHI, which was traded on the American Stock Exchange by April 1994. Hallmark Cards agreed to purchase RHI in April 1994. RHI had a 1,800 plus hours film library at that time.
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Finally, the fledgling and independent New Line Cinema corporation, which had up to that point only distributed films, agreed to produce the film. During filming, New Line's distribution deal for the film fell through and for two weeks it was unable to pay its cast and crew. Although New Line has gone on to make bigger and more profitable films, A Nightmare on Elm Street was its first commercial success and the studio is often referred to as "The House That Freddy Built". Actor David Warner was originally cast to play Freddy. Make-up tests were done, but he had to drop out due to scheduling conflicts. Replacing him was difficult at first.
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The following tables list films released in 2013. Three popular films (Top Gun, Jurassic Park, and The Wizard of Oz) were all re-released in 3D and IMAX.
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The evil clown is a subversion of the traditional comic clown character, in which the playful trope is instead rendered as disturbing through the use of horror elements and dark humor. The modern archetype of the evil clown was popularized by Stephen King's 1986 novel It. The character can be seen as playing off the sense of unease felt by sufferers of coulrophobia, the fear of clowns.
The first documentary evidence of the phrase "United States of America" is from a letter dated January 2, 1776, written by Stephen Moylan, Esq., to George Washington's aide-de-camp and Muster-Master General of the Continental Army, Lt. Col. Joseph Reed. Moylan expressed his wish to go "with full and ample powers from the United States of America to Spain" to seek assistance in the revolutionary war effort. The first known publication of the phrase "United States of America" was in an anonymous essay in The Virginia Gazette newspaper in Williamsburg, Virginia, on April 6, 1776.
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Adapted from the Stephen King novel, It (2017) set a box office record for horror films by grossing $123.1 million on opening weekend in the United States and nearly $185 million globally. Gerald's Game (2017) is a psychological horror film based on Stephen King's novel of the same name. Other horror films include Frozen (2010), Black Swan (2010), Devil (2010), The Innkeepers (2011), Oculus (2013), Under the Skin (2013), Mama (2013), Green Room (2015), The Invitation (2015), Hush (2016), Lights Out (2016), Don't Breathe (2016), Mother! (2017), It Comes at Night (2017), and Unsane (2018).
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These were directed by Peter Jackson and funded by New Line Cinema, and produced in New Zealand with backing from the government and banking system. The trilogy was a box office and critical success. The three films won seventeen Oscars altogether (at least one in each applicable category for a fictional, English language, live-action feature film, except in the acting categories). The Hobbit (film series), a live-action adaptation of The Hobbit, was made as a prequel to The Lord of the Rings film trilogy, produced in New Zealand under the direction of Peter Jackson.
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From 2001 to 2003, New Line Cinema released The Lord of the Rings as a trilogy of live-action films that were filmed in New Zealand and directed by Peter Jackson. The series was successful, performing extremely well commercially and winning numerous Oscars. From 2012 to 2014, Warner Bros. and New Line Cinema released The Hobbit, a series of three films based on The Hobbit, with Peter Jackson serving as executive producer, director, and co-writer. The first instalment, The Hobbit: An Unexpected Journey, was released in December 2012; the second, The Hobbit: The Desolation of Smaug, in December 2013; and the last instalment, The Hobbit: The Battle of the Five Armies, in December 2014.
Hersonissos, Crete (extends to approximately 1.300 m 2 ) *In 2012, the Kraay Family Farm in Alberta, Canada created the world's largest QR code in the form of a massive corn maze, popularly known as The Edmonton Corn Maze.
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Horror author Stephen King gave a rave review of the film, which helped convince New Line Cinema to serve as its distributor. Though a modest commercial success in the United States, grossing just $2.4 million, it was a bigger success internationally, grossing more than $27 million for a worldwide gross of $29.4 million. Both early and later critical reception were universally positive and in the years since its release, The Evil Dead has developed a reputation as one of the largest cult films and has been cited among the greatest horror films of all time.
A list of American films released in 2007. No Country for Old Men won the Academy Award for Best Picture and the Satellite Award for Best Film – Drama. Sweeney Todd: The Demon Barber of Fleet Street won the Golden Globe Award for Best Motion Picture – Musical or Comedy. Juno won the Satellite Award for Best Film – Musical or Comedy.
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A sequel film, The Lawnmower Man 2: Beyond Cyberspace, was released in 1996. Stephen King Short Movies. The Lawnmower Man — a film by Jim Gonis.
Shakes the Clown, directed by and starring Bobcat Goldthwait, with Julie Brown, Kathy Griffin, Florence Henderson. Shining Through, directed by David Seltzer, starring Michael Douglas, Melanie Griffith, John Gielgud, Joely Richardson, Liam Neeson. Sidekicks, starring Jonathan Brandis and Chuck Norris. Single White Female, directed by Barbet Schroeder, starring Bridget Fonda and Jennifer Jason Leigh. Singles, directed by Cameron Crowe, starring Bridget Fonda, Matt Dillon, Campbell Scott, Kyra Sedgwick. Sister Act, starring Whoopi Goldberg. Sleepwalkers, directed by Mick Garris, starring Mädchen Amick, Brian Krause, Alice Krige, based on a novel by Stephen King.
A list of American films released in 1984.
In 1977, he directed the high-concept thriller Stunts, an early outing for New Line Cinema starring Robert Forster, Joanna Cassidy, and Richard Lynch with a score composed by Michael Kamen. Two years later, he jumped on the disco bandwagon with Roller Boogie starring Linda Blair. The film had a significantly higher budget then his previous films and was the first to be distributed by a major studio. While it received negative reviews upon its initial release, it has since gained cult status as a proverbial time capsule of the bygone Disco Era. to modest success. He then made the exploitation action crime-thriller Class of 1984, a film revolving around a violence in an inner-city school.