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William Denbrough ist eine fiktive Figur, die von Stephen King und dem Hauptprotagonisten seines erschienenen Romans It geschaffen wurde. William Stotter Bill Denbrough (Aussprache des Namens: / 'denbrəu /) ist der Anführer des Klubs der Verlierer. Er war als Kind ein extremer Stotterer und verlor. Die sieben Hauptfiguren (Bill Denbrough, Mike Hanlon, Ben Hanscom, Beverly Marsh, Stan Uris, Richie Tozier und Eddie Kaspbrak) sind zwölf Jahre alt, als. Die sieben Hauptfiguren Bill Denbrough, Mike Hanlon, Ben Hanscom, Beverly Marsh, Stan Uris, Richie Tozier und Eddie Kaspbrak lernen sich mit etwa elf. Read Bill Denbrough, der Retter in Gefahr from the story ES by _TaekookIsMaLifeu_ (Lea) with reads. horror, es, stephenking. Als Bill klar wurde,dass die S. Read William (Stotter) Bill Denbrough from the story The Story Of IT |facts| ✨ by minyoonmixer (®Armixer) with reads. es, pennywise, horror. Schauspiele. Schau dir unsere Auswahl an bill denbrough an, um die tollsten einzigartigen oder spezialgefertigten handgemachten Stücke aus unseren Shops für.
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The character is considered to be the leader of "The Losers Club" and initiates finding and killing Pennywise the Dancing Clown after his younger brother Georgie is killed by the clown.
The character was first portrayed in the miniseries by Jonathan Brandis as a child, and by Richard Thomas as an adult, then in the television series by Mamik Singh as an adult.
In the adaptation and its sequel , the character was portrayed by Jaeden Martell as a child and James McAvoy as an adult.
Bill Denbrough was born in in the miniseries and January 4, in the film. Bill has a speech impediment, due to being hit by a car at the age of three, which leads to him being outcast.
In late fall of in the miniseries; in the film , Bill is suffering from a cold, and he helps construct a paper boat for his younger brother Georgie to play with outside, despite the downpour of rain.
Moments later, Georgie is attacked and eaten by Pennywise the Dancing Clown in a storm drain. After this incident, in the summer of in the miniseries; in the film , Bill and his friends Eddie Kaspbrak , Richie Tozier and Stanley Uris all have encounters with Pennywise.
However, they make an oath that, if Pennywise is not in fact dead, they will all return to Derry to defeat him. In his adult life, Bill has become a successful writer and married an actress, Audra Phillips.
After Pennywise kills a gay man named Adrian Mellon, Bill gets a phone call from Mike Hanlon, who has remained in Derry, asking him to come back and help kill Pennywise once and for all.
Each member of The Losers Club returns to Derry except for Stanley, who commits suicide due to not being able to face his fears again.
The group meets in a Chinese Restaurant where the members catch up until they realize Stanley is missing and are confronted by It. Eventually, after each member has respective encounters with Pennywise, the group returns to Neibolt Street and performs the Ritual of Chud to reveal Pennywise's true form and be able to kill It.
However, Pennywise has already taken Bill's wife Audra and put her under the influence of It's deadlights, causing her to fall into a state of catatonia.
Even after defeating Pennywise, Audra remains in a catatonic state until Bill takes her on a bicycle ride, causing her to come out of her paralysis.
This interpretation remains faithful to the novel version of the character with little to no notable differences. This series remains similar to the miniseries, however, in this iteration, Georgie stays alive but mentally unstable due to his encounter with Pennywise.
When Fukunaga left the project and Andy Muschietti came aboard to produce and direct, Martell was cast. Bill was portrayed again by Jaeden Martell as a child and James McAvoy as an adult in the remake and its sequel.
In this interpretation, the sequel reveals that he pretended to be sick the day Georgie was killed, resulting in his guilt over his brother's death.
The first movie depicts Bill deluding himself that Georgie is still alive to the point of causing the Losers Club to scatter following their first encounter with Pennywise at the Neibolt House.
This interpretation also has Pennywise recognising Bill as a threat, attempting to barter the other Losers into sacrificing Bill to survive.
This is ironic considering many fans and critics's main criticism with the movie was that the ending was disappointing. This leads Bill to a local carnival where he follows the boy through a house of mirrors, where Pennywise murders him right in front of Bill.
The young boy had also been seen earlier in the film at the Chinese restaurant as a fan of Richie, whom Richie believes is another version of Pennywise.
Audra's role in the story is removed with Pennywise instead tormenting Bill through both his guilt and being forced to watch It kill another child in front of him.
Bill overcomes his personal demons while performing the Ritual of Chud. The film also deviates from the novel and the miniseries by ending with Bill and the remaining Losers retaining their memories.
Neither adaptation features Bill and the rest of the Losers meeting with Maturin the Turtle — a god-like figure in the novel who is the antithesis to Pennywise.
Despite not featuring Maturin, It Chapter Two does feature the Ritual of Chud as a key plot device in the film's narrative.
But before we get to Bill's mad leadership skillz and mad various other skillz let's check out his phobias. The main characters in It are, in large part, characterized by their phobias.
In fact, if any one thing defines them, it's the way that It manifests to them; how It reflects their personal anxieties and fears.
When It makes a house call to Bill, he shows up in the guise of Bill's baby bro. Nostalgic and grieving, Bill looks through a photo album of George's, stopping to look at his class photo.
Then something a little spooky happens:. His right eye drooped closed in a wink: See you soon, Bill. In my closet. Maybe tonight. It is no dummy.
It shows up as an animated version of George because that is what Bill fears the most at that very moment.
He wants his brother back, of course, but he's also racked with misplaced guilt over his brother's death and is scared that his brother, if he were to come back, would blame him for his untimely death.
The wink that It-George gives Bill, along with the threat of "See you soon" suggests to Bill that his brother died furious, and that a dead George would want to punish him, perhaps with death.
Ultimately, with the help of the Losers, Bill lets go of this paralyzing guilt and realizes that he had no control over his brother's murder.
Bill is perhaps the main character in It : a sensitive, wounded boy who overcomes sorrow to be a leader. But then Mike Hanlon calls, and everything goes to hell.
From the small trailer window, he could see Bill Denbrough for a brief moment during the early morning.
Pennywise keeps Bill as a pet instead of eating him, which soon turns into treating him like a human infant against his will Enfrentaron sus peores miedos y lograron derrotarlo.
O eso creyeron. A pesar de la promesa que hizo en juventud de juntar al club de los perdedores, va solo a Derry sin decirle a nadie dispuesto a enfrentar al payaso y ponerle fin ademas de que creia ya tener la ayuda necesaria de otro lado No esperaba que al encontrarle este estuviera aun tan debil e Su oportunidad de vengarse, una que no iba a desperdiciar.
Bill Denbrough loves. What he loves isn't normal. It defies all laws of what is right and wrong. When what he loves wakes up earlier than usual the summer changes for Bill.
And everything that he ever thought he knew goes out the window. Being courted by a clown who feasts on the fear and flesh of children is exciting but it also has it's drawbacks.
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