Fukunaga's original script reportedly included a scene in which the film's school bully, Henry Bowers, raped a sheep and masturbated onto a birthday cake. Muschietti's version has been received well by critics and audiences, although some have said that the film adaptation misses some of King's more psychedelic elements, as well as the novel's sense of wider social horrors. Much farther in a couple scenes, the father kissing her bare stomach, hands up her skirt to slip off panties, in addition she describes being gang raped to another character. They wanted archetypes and scares. Namely, the group sex scene in which King's coterie of year-old murderous clown-hunters embark upon near the end of the novel. They wanted me to make a much more inoffensive, conventional script. One of the drafts lost a scene in which Pennywise, the clown, explains to Beverly's father that he was kept alive purely so he could abuse her nightly. This is just gross. But if Fukunaga had his way, the film would have been far more disturbing. Cary Fukunaga, filming his new project, Maniac, in August Fukunaga is said to have spent two years writing the script, only to disagree with Warner Bros when it transpired that the studio didn't want to make what he had envisioned. Another child character, Stan Uris, encounters a rotting naked woman in the toilet of a Jewish temple and tries to seduce him by touching herself. I wrote the script. Chase and I both put our childhood in that story They were particularly horrified by scenes of incestuous rape.