Bill Skarsgård, celebrated for his chilling portrayal of Pennywise in the It series, steps into new roles in “Boy Kills World,” expanding beyond characters requiring heavy makeup. Directed by Moritz Mohr in his directorial debut, with production by Sam Raimi, the film promises a fresh narrative and intense action.


In a cinematic landscape built on tried-and-true formulas, Moritz Mohr‘s Boy Kills World dares to be different, blurring the boundaries between absurdity and adrenaline-pumping action. Written by Tyler Burton Smith and Arend Remmers, this audacious venture is steeped in a dystopian backdrop plays by its own rules. Dive into a world where chaos meets comedy, and gory kills are an everyday thing. The film stars Bill Skarsgard, Famke Janssen, Yayan Ruhian, Sharlto Copley, Andrew Koji, Brett Gelman, Jessica Rothe, and Isaiah Mustafa.

Boy Kills World begins with an animation about the Culling, a yearly tradition that kills off random members of the population started by Hilda (Janssen). Then cut to the rainy jungle where the Boy, covered in mud, crawls to the feet of Shaman (Ruhian), a man who is also in the jungle training the boy in the way of martial arts. The narrative is accompanied by his internal dialogue that provides exposition and uses his ability to communicate with others who seem to understand him even though he can’t hear or speak.

'Boy Kills World' cast?

The cast is lit with Jessica Rothe, Michelle Dockery, Sharlto Copley, Brett Gelman, Isaiah Mustafa, and Andrew Koji. Bill Skarsgård takes the lead, with a dope crew backing him up. The movie’s about different characters dealing with a messed-up world of darkness.