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Missing your friends in the Losers' Club from last year's release of It? Well, ahead of the smash Stephen King adaptation's drop on DVD and Blu-ray next week, a creepy new deleted scene has been uncovered on YouTube. Check it out below—but, warning, it's a bit disturbing!
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Spoilers ahead for those who've yet to see the film: As talked about by the NME, the newly revealed deleted scene shows that bully Henry Bowers (played by Nicholas Hamilton) wrought a whole lot more havoc than just killing his father after descending into madness. Here's, he's shown to have slit the throats of his buds Belch and Victor while the Losers' Club kids enter the abandoned Neibolt house.
And that wasn't the only spooky scene left on the cutting room floor. Actor Bill Skarsgård told Variety in September that an explanation of Pennywise the Clown's origin was left behind: "There was a scene we shot that was a flashback from the 1600s, before Pennywise [was Pennywise]. The scene turned out really, really disturbing. And I'm not the clown—I look more like myself. It's very disturbing."
It comes to DVD and Blu-ray Jan. 9, and the second installment of the revived franchise is said to be just around the corner—It: Chapter Two is reportedly slated to be released Sept. 6, 2019. We can't wait!
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