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Will Poulter

  1. Thomas Brodie-Sangster, The Maze Runner, 2013.      Battle of the Brits… Poulter tested for Newt and won Gally in the film of James Dashner’s dystopian novel. (Vice-versa for Brodie-Sangster).  Debuting director Wes Ball called it: Lord of the Flies meets Lost. (Rather than mention Hunger Games or Divergent?)
  2. Bill Skarsgård, It, 2016.      Poulter was to be Stephen King’s titular creature when Cary Fukunaga was due to direct. Enter: Creative differences. Plan B had Andy Muschietti helming a two-parter, allowing the Loser Club members to battle the evil Pennywise as teens - then again, as adults.   The new clown with killer teeth is the fourth son of Swedish star Stellan Skarsgård’s eight children - five are actors including the first 21st Century Tarzan, Alexander. Bill had been rising in Hollywood since Netflix sput him into Hemlock Grove, in 2013.
  3. Alden Ehrenreich, The Yellow Birds, 2016.   Change of combatants for the Iraqui war drama. From Poulter and Benedict Cumberbatch to Ehrenreich (post Warren Beatty’s Rules Don’t Apply) and Jack Huston (post Ben-Hur).   Jennifer Anniston stayed in place as the mother of young soldier Tye Sheridan.
  4. Bill Skarsgård, It, 2016.   There was talk over seven years about re-hashing the mini-series of 1990 - when Stellan Skarsgård’s son/Alexander Tarzan Skarsgård’s brother was born. Among his rivals for Pennywise, Stephen King’s shape-shifting horror clown, were the too obvious Jim Carrey, Tim Curry (no, no, he’d already done It on TV), Willem Dafoe, Johnny Depp, Jackie Earle Haley. Plus Oultert (bad scheduling), Richard Armitage, Kirk Acevedo (of Oz), Paul Giamatti, Tom Hiddleston, Doug Jones, Ben Mendelsohn (argued over money), Channing Tatum, Hugo Weaving… even Tilda Swinton. Only Bill Skarsgård could produce both a child-like and creepy-like Pennywise. “It’s beyond even a sociopath, because he's not even human. He’s not even a clown… [that’s] a manifestation of the children’s imaginations, so there’s something child-like about that.” Hence, It: Chapter Two, 2019.
  5. Timothée Chalamet,Beautiful Boy, 2017.  Auteur Cameron Crowe first tried to film the moving book by father and son, David and Nic Sheff, about dealing with Nic’s crystal meth and heroin addiction.Belgian director Felix Van Groeningen chose the quite perfect pair of Steve Carell and Chalamet.

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