IT and Wonder Woman took the number one and two spots on IMDb's official rundown of the top 10 movies of 2017, according to its users.
Google has released its Top 10 trending topics of 2017, and we've got the 10 movies that were searched for the most!
Warner Bros. Pictures passes $5 billion at the 2017 worldwide box office, thanks to movies such as IT, Dunkirk, and Wonder Woman.
IT director Andy Muschietti shares a fresh sketch of Pennywise the Dancing Clown from the movie's terrifying opening sequence.
2017's massive horror hit IT gets a DVD and Blu-Ray release date, as well as special features listing, including 11 deleted scenes.
Exclusive: Jessica Chastain says she wants to reunite with director Andy Muschietti and play a grown-up Beverly in the IT sequel.
Warner Bros. launches an IT Oscar campaign, in the wake of the Stephen King movie adaptation's critical and commercial success.
Warner Bros. releases a new IT VR Game that takes players into the abandoned house from the movie to confront Pennywise.
2017 isn't just a good year for horror - it's the best, with the genre bringing in more box office than ever before thanks to IT and Get Out.
After dominating the box office for the past month, the IT adaptation offers the opening sequence online for those who haven't yet seen it.
A former Colbert Report series writer plays a prank on his sister and future brother-in-law involving Pennywise the Dancing Clown.
A disturbing deleted scene from IT explores the history of Pennywise the Dancing Clown and shows the monster eating a human baby.
Stephen King's IT becomes the first horror film in history to surpass the 300 million dollar mark at the domestic box office.
In an amusing publicity stunt, Burger King Germany hijacked the ending of an IT screening in the country, and warned against trusting clowns.
After Kingsman: The Golden Circle pushed it into second place last week, IT is set to once again reclaim its top box office spot.
IT is being praised as the highest-grossing horror film of all-time after passing The Exorcist. But have we ignored another box office smash?
The movie adaptation of Stephen King's classic horror novel IT officially passes the $500 million mark at the global box office.
Burger King's Russia branch wants IT banned in the country, arguing that Pennywise looks too much like McDonald's mascot Ronald McDonald.
Do modern horror movies need "icons" like Pennywise to succeed? Probably not, but prepare for an onslaught of imitators.