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Stephen Colbert's 'Pennywise smile' might be more terrifying than Bill Skarsgård's

Mashable Tuesday, 10 September 2019 ()
If Bill Skarsgård has to play a young Steve Buscemi in something and can't return as Pennywise in the rumoured IT prequel, may we suggest Stephen Colbert at least gets an audition slot?

The disturbingly handsome Scandinavian showbiz scion (who is almost certainly not related to Peter Sarsgaard, he explains) is doing the...
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News video: Bill Skarsgard has filled baby daughter's room with Pennywise dolls

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Pennywise actor Bill Skarsgard took the character home in an unusual way. Skarsgard admitted he has decked out his baby daughter's room with Pennywise dolls. He explained the morbid interior decor during an interview with Stephen Colbert. Bill Skarsgard, talking on The Late Show with Stephen Colbert...

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