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EN: Stephen King explains why the film was a success

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Published on Dec 29, 2017

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Interviewed by Entertainment Weekly, Stephen King, the author of IT, he explained the success of the film adaptation: “An entire generation of children between 8 and 14 years old was scared to death by Tim Curry in the tv miniseries. When the movie came out, have had the opportunity to revisit that experience of their childhood.”

“Then there was the viral spread of these stories about the clown scary. There were news everywhere. It was a different number of factors often decide its market success. It was the right film at the right time.”

“I think that even Stranger Things have played a role but it is an incestuous relationship because many of the things that the tv series remind me of things that I have written. The idea of a group of kids facing the terror of the supernatural and the passion the audience has the opportunity to cheer for the good guys. It doesn't happen often in horror.”

“When I saw the first assembly of the film a year ago in Florida, I realized that it would have been a success, but no one would have expected a $ 700 million around the world. I wasn't expecting it, but the book sold a lot. As they say: the rising tide lifts all boats.”

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