Bill Skarsgard tells Conan how he developed 'It' smile

Bill Skarsgard tells Conan how he developed 'It' smile

Video: When Bill Skarsgård signed on to play Pennywise in the new It reboot, none of us knew just how prepared he was to take on the role of the sadistic clown.

At the age of 10, Skarsgard said he discovered he could contort his mouth in the same way and used it to torment his younger brother.

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Skarsgard explained that his older brother Gustaf, who is also an actor, has this ability to point his lip in a odd way, and at 10 years old, Skarsgard realized he could do it too.

"For some reason, I don't know how, I understood that I could do it as well", the actor continued.

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In the interview with O'Brien, Skarsgard indulged us by making the expression without his clown makeup...and somehow it's even scarier than it is in It. But honestly, would expect nothing less from an older brother. "I would pull my t-shirt up over my head, and I would do this face, and chase my little brother and scare him".

Skarsgård joked that, while his younger brother survived the experience mostly unscathed, he did feel echoes of childhood trauma watching It.

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