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Doug Jones

  1. Anthony Burrows, Darkness Falls, 2003.      In his one and only (and uncredited) movie role, Burrows inherited The Tooth Fairy from Jones, when SFX make-up wiz Stan Winston changed the demonic design of Matilda Dixon’s ghost of the old woman. Jones made more than 150 films, mostly horror and/or Guillermo del Toro and nearly beneath special  make-up - a daily six hours’ worth for his Abe Sapien in del Toro’s  Hellboy, 2004.
  2. Lee Pace, The Hobbit trilogy, 2011-2012.
  3. 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 and the always creepy Jones (Abe Sapien in the Hellboy franchise). Plus Richard Armitage, Kirk Acevedo (of Oz), Paul Giamatti, Tom Hiddleston, Ben Mendelsohn (argued over money), Will Poulter (bad scheduling), 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.




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