Henry bowers it 2017

henry bowers it 2017

Henry Bowers is the secondary antagonist of the Stephen King novel Itits miniseries, and its film adaptation. He is the local bully, the Bbowers Club's arch-rival, the leader of the Bowers Gangand also the puppet of the bloodthirsty trans-dimensional fiend, IT. In the miniseries, he was portrayed by Jarred Blancard as a kid, and by Michael Cole as an adult. Henry is described as being very big and strong for a year-old with his hair into a spiked flattop spiked with a lot of Butch Wax that he keeps in his jeans and he wears a pink motorcycle jacket with an eagle on the back and engineer boots. In the miniseries, he sports a greaser pompadour and wears a brown motorcycle jacket. In the film adaptation, Henry is a year-old teenager with a brown mullet and wears sleeveless T-shirts and torn jeans. Raised in a poor, violent environment by his mentally ill father, Butch Bowers an ex-marine who reputedly went insane and psychotic after being relieved of his war activities , Henry rapidly developed into a hateful, loathing individual who would often display immediate negative and stereotypical feelings towards those around him particularly his classmates. A fin de cuentas, adaptar una novela de Stephen King de 1. Así pues, y a la espera de que todas estas puedan ser vistas al completo, hoy se ha revelado una de ellas. Este personaje, a quien recordemos Nicholas Hamilton interpretó magistralmente, era un auténtico psicópata. Tras haber matado a sus dos amigos, los abusones Victor y Belch, habla con ellos bowerz el coche.

Henry Bowers

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Henry Bowers is the secondary antagonist of the Stephen King novel It , its miniseries, and its film adaptation. He is the local bully, the Losers Club's arch-rival, the leader of the Bowers Gang , and also the puppet of the bloodthirsty trans-dimensional fiend, IT. In the miniseries, he was portrayed by Jarred Blancard as a kid, and by Michael Cole as an adult.

In the adaptation, he was portrayed by Nicholas Hamilton as a teenager and Teach Grant in the upcoming sequel. Henry had a hate-filled childhood. From the start, he was abused psychologically by his abusive Nazi father Oscar "Butch" Bowers.

Butch encouraged Henry to hate all foreigners as well as other American citizens of different color skin, and hate women, because in Butch's words, women were "whores" and Henry grew up with a nihilistic and hate-mongering attitude.

Butch prompted Henry to be a bully. However, he told Henry to hate Michael "Mike" Hanlon, and never mix with him. It was around this time Henry became a sociopathic bully. He then began to feed it poisoned meat, and eventually he overfed it so it choked and died. Henry took pride in doing this cruel act. Henry is known to be a troublemaker, and although the teachers are fully aware of his dangerous and cruel nature, they turn the other cheek — partly due to IT's influence over the town of Derry, and partly due to their law-abiding nature.

Henry asks Ben Hanscom if he can copy from his paper, and Ben stubbornly refuses. Henry then whispers that Ben is dead. Ben thinks it is a joke until Henry gets out his knife. Ben then kicks Henry in the chest and throws himself down the hill into the Barrens. Henry begins having a mental breakdown over the following weeks. He also has intense spite for Richard "Richie" Tozier, and chases the boy through the middle of town, also in broad daylight, and Henry storms through department stores with the intent of killing or maiming Richie.

Henry gets himself and Richie banned from the store because of his aggressive chase. Thankfully, Richie loses Henry and is subsequently threatened by the giant statue of Paul Bunyan which is possessed by IT and nearly kills him. Later, Henry begins to hear voices calling to him, which is IT. He is awoken in the middle of the night, and goes outside clad just in boxers, and hears the moon talking to him.

IT is really speaking to him, but Bowers is no longer sane enough to tell truth from fiction, reality from nightmares. Henry obeys IT's commands to kill the Losers Club, and he begins hunting them down. They chase a terrified Mike Hanlon to the rubbish dump in the Barrens, and on the way, Henry begins throwing fireworks in an attempt to kill Mike. He confesses that he murdered Mike's dog.

Mike breaks down in tears upon hearing this. Mike then gets to the Losers now correctly calling themselves "Lucky Seven" , and after a tense standoff, Henry begins the rock fight by fighting Bill and the others. Henry's gang retreats, one by one, when the rocks hit them, and Henry is sorely wounded by rocks and he is left to sulk before vowing to kill all of the Lucky Seven before summer is over.

After the harsh and combative rock fight, Henry begins to dissolve into complete madness and develops an even stronger hatred for the Losers Club.

As "revenge" for the rock fight, he ambushes Eddie Kaspbrak with some of his friends Vic, Moose, and Patrick and breaks his arm in broad daylight in the town center. When Beverly "Bevie" Marsh recounts witnessing Patrick Hockstetter's death, she explains that she witnessed the perverted Patrick giving Henry a handjob at the dump.

When Patrick threatens to tell, Henry retaliates by threatening to tell everyone about Patrick's fridge that he uses to kill animals. Henry Bowers is later sent a switchblade from IT, which he uses to murder his own father by stabbing him in the neck while he was sleeping. He then ambushes Beverly Marsh on the street, and begins abusing her, but she gives him a kick between his legs, damaging his testicles so badly that they bleed as a result. Henry, full of insane rage, begins chasing Beverly to the Barrens.

Henry, Vic, and Belch eventually chase the Losers into the sewers when they have nowhere else to run. Henry is traumatized when Vic and Belch are killed by IT, but eventually escapes after a long and traumatic experience in the dark sewers.

He makes it home, and is immediately arrested by police for his father's murder. Henry Bowers is framed by IT as the person who has been killing many children in Derry all summer including his own friends , and with his father's murder a clear case, police urge him to confess to the other murders saying that people want justice and may act violently if he does not confess himself.

Henry is imprisoned at the Juniper Hill insane asylum. There, he is visited by IT some 30 years later. IT asks him to kill the Losers Club for good. He returns to Derry and has violent brawl with Mike Hanlon who is the town libarian and the only loser not to leave Derry in the library.

Henry and Mike are both wounded with the latter getting the worst the former was stabbed by the latter with a letter opener while the latter was wounded by the former stabbing his thigh with a switchblade. Henry escapes and is gudied by IT to find the other Losers.

Posing as a concierge bringing Eddie Kaspbrak news of his wife, and in a brief fight, Henry dies later during an attempt to kill Eddie who stabs him to death in self-defense. He first appears in class where he gets in trouble for mocking Benjamin "Ben" Hamscom whom was also nicknamed "Benny" , whom he says will be dead after school.

After school, Henry catches up to Ben and Vic and Belch hold down by his arms while Henry tries cut his name onto the new boy's stomach much to his buddies' horror , only for Ben to kick Henry in the crotch and escape before he can even start.

The three bullies follow him to the Barrens where Ben hides in a drain pipe. While searching, Henry and his goons find Bill and Eddie building a dam, which they break down. Henry then steals Eddie's inhaler and pushes him down, which triggers an asthma attack, asking him and Bill if they have seen Ben. After both insist that they haven't, Henry throws the inhaler back at Eddie and leaves with his friends.

Later, Henry and his gang are seen at the town movie theater watching "I Was a Teenage Werewolf" coincidentally on a lower aisle of seats than Losers. During the movie, Eddie accidentally knocks his popcorn onto the bullies and Richie yells down to them saying on how Henry, Vic, and Belch would be better off staying home and looking in a mirror rather than paying to see a scary movie before pouring his soda onto them and bolting with the rest of his friends. Henry, Vic, and Belch later confront Richie and Stan in the school cafeteria, wanting information on who popcorn and soda on them at the movies.

Richie being one of the few people at school who don't fear Henry Bowers and his group gives no answer, and Henry rubs mashed potatoes on his glasses. In retaliation, Richie throws his lunch at him and Henry tries to chase him, only for him and his pals to trip on the spilled food. Richie calls Henry "Banana Heels" and tries to run away, only to run into the school principal, who yells out both his and Henry's last names.

Afterwards Henry, this time aided by his entire gang with the exceptions of Patrick Hockstetter and Gard Jagermeyer, who make no appearance in the miniseries ambushes Michael "Mike" Hanlon and steals his album. The Bowers Gang corners Mike and Henry tries to light a cherry bomb to put in his pocket, only for the gang to be yelled at by a noticing man across the street to stop. This allows Mike to steal back his album and run away with Henry and his gang in hot pursuit.

The bullies chase him all the way from town to the quarry of the Barrens where the Losers' Club is hanging out. Mike flees over the ridge towards the Losers who were already alerted by the Bowers Gang's approaching presence , begging them for help. Henry and his group come up the ridge yelling to Mike "You're dead!

After a brief argument, a rock fight breaks out between the two gangs and Henry's gang runs away, leaving Henry with the Losers who he swears to kill as he leaves.

After being humiliated by the seven main characters, Henry's sanity completely deteriorates. He, Vic, and Belch follow the Losers into the sewers to kill them as revenge. Vic splinters off per Henry's orders to set up an ambush by back going out through where they came in and surprising them to chase them back towards Henry and Belch.

While doing so though, Vic is surprised and killed by IT in the form of " Deadlights ". Elsewhere, Henry and Belch who are apparently unaware of Vic's death at this point grab Stan Uris and Henry prepares to kill him with his switchblade while menacingly telling Stan to "think about every rock he threw, and everything he said" before he does so.

While holding Stan, Belch notices a strange light emanating from a nearby pipe, which he points out to his friend. The mysterious light which turns out to be the "Deadlights" bursts through the pipe, knocking Henry and Stan to the ground and grabbing Belch. Both of them watch in horror as Belch's body is dragged through the pipe and eaten. A shocked Henry calls out his friend's name, only for the "Deadlights" to reamerge and, though sparing his life, terrifies Henry to the point where his hair turns white.

Although he is not seen for the remainder of this first part, it is confirmed that Henry escaped from the sewers alive, but was eventually arrested by the police, who assume that it was Henry who committed all of the murders that year perhaps under It's influence. Henry is found guilty and immediately placed into Juniper Hill State Correctional Facility for the rest of his life. When Pennywise returns he manipulates Henry to kill the main characters and helps him escape the institute where he tries to kill a now adult Mike Hanlon.

When other adults from the Losers tried to save Mike, Henry accidentally stabbed himself with his switchblade in the process, and died. Rather than being of the same age and class of the Losers' Club, Henry is portrayed as an older, high school-aged teenager. His physical character is designed in a more modern-day punkish type as he is shown completely without a leather jacket and his hair is a brown mullet rather than black and oiled.

Also, Henry's sadism is said by many to be slightly toned down compared to the novel where he even goes as for as to give Bill Denborough a free pass from his bullying because of his late little brother George "Georgie" Denborough.

He first appears with his gang leaning against lockers and watching the Losers pass. Outside when they start bullying the Losers causing Bill to tell Henry he sucks. Henry approaches Bill threateningly and tells him although he did get a free pass it is now over.

Henry sees his dad now a police officer in this movie version watching him so Henry does not harm Bill and instead he and his gang get into Belch's car and drive away. Later he and the gang drive by the barber shop without seeing Michael "Mike" Hanlon. Henry yells at Mike to get out of his town and throws his cigarette at him before the gang leave. He attempts to bully the new kid Benjamin "Ben" Hanscom later on by carving his name into Ben's stomach with a switchblade.

Henry only makes it to the "H" before Ben kicks him in the stomach and falls backwards over the guard rails and flees into the Barrens, where he is saved by Richie, Stan, Eddie and Bill. Henry loses his switchblade and, fearful what his father might do if he discovers he lost it, starts searching for it along with Victor, and he sends Patrick and Belch after Ben. After he and Belch look in different locations Patrick is then killed by It when running through the sewers thinking he heard Ben Hamscom.

In a deleted scene Henry is seen at his tragic and hard home life recovering from a beating from his dad. Henry then gets into Belch's car with him and Victor and after discussing Patrick's disappearance and Henry's dad getting on Henry's nerves because of the lost switchblade, they secretly followed Mike Hanlon who is riding by on his bike and the scene ends.

Later back in theatrical version , Henry, Vic and Belch catch up to and start bullying Mike by forcing him to eat raw meat and Henry prepares to hit him in the head with a rock until the Losers Club now with Beverly appear and pelt the group with rocks to save Mike, hitting Henry and causing him to fall down.

This event humiliates Henry and sends him into insanity, which is shown in a later scene when he tries to force a reluctant Belch to use a cat for target practice with his father's "borrowed" handgun.

However before they can kill the cat Henry's father Butch intervenes and humiliates his son by firing the gun inches away from Henry's feet in front of his friends, calling Henry a coward afterwards. Later when recovering from the abuse by his father, Henry discovers a balloon on his mailbox near his house and the switchblade he lost when he was chasing Ben.

'It': Con esta escena eliminada vas a tenerle más miedo a Henry Bowers que a Pennywise

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Las transformaciones de IT, la batalla final, las muertes y otras quedaron fuera de la cinta. It llegó a los cines el pasado 8 de septiembre y arrasó la taquilla estadounidense durante dos semanas.-En la miniserie del 90, Jarred Blancard (el joven Henry Bowers) odiaba Blancard (Niño) Michael Cole (Adulto) y Nicholas Hamilton (). Poco a poco continúan llegando escenas eliminadas de 'IT'. Si Pennywise te pareció el mercado doméstico. Como ésta de Henry Bowers.