In the latest adaption of Stephen King's "It," actor Bill Skarsgård is shown emerging from the depths of the sewer to terrify a new generation of Pennywise lovers in a new photo released on Monday night.
The movie, a remake of the 1990 made-for-TV miniseries which starred the late Jonathan Brandis as the project's protagonist Bill Denbrough, features Skarsgård taking on the role of Pennywise, previously played by Tim Curry.
See the brand-new photo from the film and continue reading (below).
The film's director Andrés Muschietti reveals that Pennywise is different and far scarier this time around, because he's "front and center" in this remake of the 1990 made-for-TV miniseries. "Pennywise shows up, he's front and center, and he does his show. He has an act. So it's weird all the time, and every little thing implies a further threat."
An earlier photo, revealed in August 2016, showed Skarsgård posing in semi-darkness.
See the Aug. 2016 photo (below) and more photos of horror movie kids then and now in the gallery (above).