The Original ‘It’ Cast Are Reuniting at Salem Horror Fest!
Are you ready to return to Derry? The Salem’s Horror Festival is hosting a virtual event this Halloween with lots of guests and panels to enjoy. One of the biggest highlights of the 2020 event is the announcement of an IT panel featuring the original “Losers”.
Stephen King’s IT was turned in to a TV mini series for ABC in 1990,. It was directed by Tommy Lee Wallace and had a fantastic cast including, it’s younger Loser’s Club, who will (nearly) all be reunited thanks to hosts The Losers’ Club: A Stephen King Podcast. The original cast will discuss stories from the set, the legacy of the miniseries, and growing up with Stephen King.
Guest so far are
- Marlon Taylor (Mike Hanlon – Age 12)
- Brandon Crane (Ben Hanscom – Age 12)
- Ben Heller (Stanley Uris – Age 12)
- Adam Faraizl (Eddie Kasprak – Age 12)
- Emily Perkins (Beverly Marsh – Age 12)
Missing are super star Seth Green who played 12 year old Richie Tozier and Jonathan Brandis who sadly passed away in 2003. Brandis play a 12 year old Bill Denbrough.
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In celebration of the 30th anniversary of Stephen King’s IT miniseries, the original cast of kids are reuniting for an exciting panel at next month’s Salem Horror Fest. Hosted by The Losers’ Club: A Stephen King Podcast and writer-director John Campopiano (Pennywise: The Story of IT).
The virtual edition of Salem Horror Fest begins on Friday, October 2nd and continues to the 11th. Some of the guest will be available for for one on one zoom chats with fans, virtual signings and panels. The full list of guest includes, Joe Dante, John Waters, Dee Wallace, Zach Galligan, Robert Picardo, Linnea Quigley, Michael Berryman, Lisa Wilcox, Tuesday Knight and Toy Newkirk.
Tickets are available here with the weekend passes giving you digital access to the IT panel, in addition to screenings, podcasts, and much more.
You can watch the Loser Club Reunion HERE!
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