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.
Our box office wrap-up for the weekend of September 10, 2017, where Stephen King's IT shattered box office records and steamrolled the competition.
IT hauled in a whopping $50 million on Friday alone and is now on course to score a massive $100 million plus opening weekend.
The IT movie's screenwriter explains how the movie handles the most controversial scene from Stephen King's original horror novel.
Before Andy Muschietti's IT, Cary Fukunaga was going to write/direct the Stephen King adaptation - and his version would have been much weirder.
Here's a cast list that floats. Wondered where you've seen the stars of IT before? Here's a handy breakdown of the actors' previous roles.
With the second part of Stephen King's IT taking place 27 years after the first film, who should play the adult versions of the main cast?
IT is primed to make more than $40 million domestically Friday, on its way to the biggest opening weekend ever for a September movie.
Our box office predictions for the weekend of September 8 - 10, where IT should shatter records as it faces minimal competition.
For those who prefer psychological or slow-burn horror, IT is the movie for you. However, there are still some jump scares you may want to brace for.
Stephen King discusses the individual members of The Losers' Club in a new featurette for the film adaptation of his novel IT.
In the new adaptation of Stephen King's classic horror novel IT, the Losers Club takes on the menacing Pennywise the Clown.
The adaptation of Stephen King's IT breaks the Thursday evening box office opening records for horror movies, September releases and R-rated films.
As a coming of age parable, IT succeeds at being both horrifying and emotionally-resonant, even while adapting only half of King's original story.
The new IT movie comes under the shadow of the Tim Curry version, but it's less a remake and more a readpatation of Stephen King's novel.