Two horror icons - Pennywise the Dancing Clown from IT and the Babadook - are now in love. According to the internet, at least.
Two Stephen King adaptations have been released in theaters, and while one bombed, the other is riding high. What made IT such a hit?
IT film star Bill Skarsgard reveals how he came up with Pennywise's creepy smile in the movie, during an appearance on Conan.
IT is projected to easily win the domestic box office in its second weekend in theaters over newcomers mother! and American Assassin.
Stephen King's IT continues to rewrite the box office record books by setting a new all-time high for a Tuesday in September.
In an amusing new PSA for the Alamo Drafthouse theater chain, Georgie from IT warns against talking or texting during movies.
IT is on the verge of becoming the highest grossing Stephen King movie adaptation at the domestic box office, less than a week into its run.
IT director Andy Muschietti considered using 1980s horror movie villains for Pennywise's other forms, but felt it was too meta.
IT director Andrés Muschietti would love for Jessica Chastain to play the older version of Beverly Marsh in the film's upcoming sequel.
IT director Andy Muschietti confirms that the present-day sequel will flash-back to The Losers Club's lives during the 1980s.
Director Andrés Muschietti reveals his plans to give a certain member of The Losers' Club a darker storyline in IT: Chapter 2.
IT actor Jackson Robert Scott dresses up as his character in the film, young Georgie, to watch the Stephen King film adaptation in theaters.
IT brought in almost $120 million at the domestic box office, doubling predictions for the biggest opening weekend for a horror movie ever.
After breaking the box office, fans are already eager for the premiere of IT: Chapter Two. Here's everything we know about the upcoming sequel.
From minor character tweaks to major plot changes, the IT movie made several changes during its journey from book to big screen.
In the final sequence of IT, Pennywise loses all his menace. This isn't a flaw, however, but an example of the King adaptation's deft storytelling.
IT's evil monster Pennywise only takes the form of a clown. Find out what IT really is and what it can do as described in Stephen King's novel.
The long-awaited big-screen adaptation of Stephen King's IT dominated the box office this week, wildly surpassing expectations and scaring audiences!
A slew of new photos emerge from Alamo Drafthouse's clown-only screenings of the hit Stephen King adaptation of IT in Austin, Texas.
IT has a particularly creepy surprise waiting at the end of the credits - one that begins setting up sequel Chapter Two.