Donald Sutherland is scarier than Pennywise, says Jaeden Martell

Jaeden Martell

Jaeden Martell
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If you traced the origins of multi-generationit’s afraid of clowns, the fearsome Pennywise would be in front and middle, grinning with his sick, sharp teeth as he prepared to eat the children of Derry, Maine. While Bill Skarsgards gory interpretation of the character in 2017 It Continuation of this clown-induced trauma, lad It actor Jaeden Martell says he found it even scarier working with someone else: the distinguished Donald Sutherland.

“I had known Bill [Skarsgård] before, and he is very cute. And then with that [Pennywise] Makeup on, I was scared, don’t get me wrong. But there’s something about Donald — he’s real,” Martell agreed diversity about his Mr. Harrigan’s phone co-star.

All that fear was for naught, however, when Martell spoke about how the Invasion of the Body Snatchers The actor gave him some wise advice about the life and world of actors.

“He called me into his trailer and said, ‘Don’t stop acting,’ which was amazing to hear,” Martell noted. “Also, he told me to go to college and study literature because that’s what he did. And then he gave me a list of pieces to rehearse.”

After playing a collection of pesky characters like the intimidating President Snow in The hunger Games trilogySutherland beating Pennywise as Martell’s “scariest co-star” doesn’t seem too surprising. The two even keep it in the Stephen King theme, like Netflix Mr. Harrigan’s phone based on a short story from King’s collection of four novellas when it bleeds.

directing and screenplay The little things John Lee Hancock, the supernatural film, follows Craig (Martell), a bullied teenager who befriends the wealthy Mr. Harrigan (Sutherland). After Mr. Harrigan dies, Craig begins receiving messages from the former companion, leading the teenager to believe he is communicating with him beyond the grave.

We’ll just have to see if Sutherland is that creepy Mr. Harrigan’s phone when he arrived on set when the film was released October 5 on Netflix. Donald Sutherland is scarier than Pennywise, says Jaeden Martell

Andrew Schnitker

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