SCARY SKARSGÅRD ‘I’ll do kids’ par­ties’

BILL SKARSGÅRD’S TAK­ING HIS CREEPY ROLE WAY TOO SE­RI­OUSLY

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Swedish ac­tor Bill Skarsgård is scar­ing movie­go­ers sense­less in the reimag­in­ing of Stephen King’s 1986 novel It. And the 27-year-old is lov­ing it!

How do you feel about be­ing the source of peo­ple’s night­mares? It’s very dif­fer­ent from who I am, so it’s some­thing I’ve loved do­ing. Will scaredy-cats be able to watch? It’s more than just a scary movie. Peo­ple are going to be sur­prised by how emo­tion­ally in­vested they’ll get. What flick freaked you out as a kid? Juras­sic Park. I was five or six [and watched it with] my brother Gustaf. Any con­cerns about mak­ing life ex­tra hard for work­ing clowns? Maybe they should just start do­ing sea­sonal work for Hal­loween. Rein­vent the in­dus­try. Would you con­sider birth­day par­ties if the act­ing ca­reer didn’t work out? Maybe that will be my go-to gig. [Laughs]

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