Bill Hader is "terrible in frightened acting".
The forty-year-old comedian – who plays Richie Tozier in "It: Chapter Two" – admitted he struggled to play scary scenes in the film because he could not stop smiling.
Bill explained on "Conan": "This is my first horror film, and I'm terrible to act fear, it seems.
"When I'm scared, I think I smile, like, I get nervous and smile … We'd shoot and director Andy Muschetti would come and he's like," Bill, you have to be scared, buddy. " I go, I was terrified! He says, "No man, you're smiling all the time. What's wrong with you? "And it's true."
"It: Chapter Two" will feature the likes of Bill Skarsgard, Jessica Chastain and James McAvoy.
And James recently admitted to feeling "scared" by Bill as Pennywise the Dancing Clown in the upcoming film.
The Hollywood star confessed that he was a little nervous at the sight of Bill when he was wearing his costume on the screen.
James said: "It's incredible, the guy who plays the clown is terrifying.
"He's a lovely boy, yet he really scared me.
"I remember I was there with the rest of the cast, all these adults, and we had done all weird and weird stuff, and we all look at each other going," I do not like being here. I do not like being an actor today. & # 39;
"He really did it, he really scared me, I never liked child clowns."