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[Exclusive] First Look at Factory Entertainment’s Pennywise Motion Statue!

Kiss me, fat boy.

Despite being one of the single most iconic horror villains of them all, Pennywise (as played by Tim Curry in the 1990 mini-series adaptation of IT) has actually had very few collectibles made in his likeness over the years. It was only recently that Funko brought the child-killing clown into their POP! vinyl and Mystery Minis lines; before that, we really had no way to display him on our toy shelves.

That’s why we’re so excited to announce that Factory Entertainment has just whipped up a Pennywise “Premium Motion Statue” that is now available for pre-order, ahead of an expected Winter 2017 shipping date! The 15″ statue is selling for $124.99.

Tim Curry’s likeness of the sewer dwelling clown is hauntingly immortalized in this 15” tall recreation of the character as seen in the popular roadside scene where he waves while holding floating balloons. Best of all, this statue features audio of your favorite lines from the film.

Click the pics below to super-size them!



  • Wish I had $125 dollars to spend on a Pennywise motion statue, but my money is better spent elsewhere.

  • Frank Gambino

    why would the make the statue based off the old movie and not the new?

    • Brando

      Nostalgia, that’s why. I’d buy it if I had the extra cash.

      • Frank Gambino

        Yeah, but you’d think the new Pennywise would have a much wider appeal.

    • The Drucifer

      Because Currywise is iconic and the new one isnt…yet. I hope the new one’s good.

      • Lloyd Robinson

        Haha…. Currywise

        • The Drucifer

          Gotta distinguish now.

  • Sky Commander

    yeah I’d pay maybe $45-$55 for that

  • The Drucifer

    This is $70 too much.

  • Francisco Javier Pérez Olivare

    I don’t like it, it looks skinny. And the face it’s not the closest to Curry. I’ll wait for the Skarsgard version….if anyone makes it.

  • Necro

    Where’s NECA at John? Well this is seriously overdue and honestly this particular one looks like shit. I mean it’s ok but I’ve seen way better articulation in figures that are no where near as popular as ‘Pennywise’. Maybe something representing the new ‘Pennywise’ as well down the road? I’ve had people ask me that “what no Pennywise?” after they’ve seen my collection. To be honest it’s really confusing as to why not. With the latest things on the new film and all the stuff coming out regarding the 1990 event, especially that it’s had such an effect for all these years it’s really odd they never put one out. Better late than never I guess. The way that this looks and at that price, I’d say it’s about $65-70 to high.

  • KennyThaKilla

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