A new prank video features Pennywise and poor little Georgie teaming up to scare the hell out of unsuspecting real-life victims.
The original 1990 IT TV miniseries is regarded as a horror classic. With the remake almost here, it's time to admit it's actually pretty bad.
Pennywise actor Bill Skarsgard talks about how the sequel to IT will further explore both the killer clown's being and purpose.
The World Clown Association prepares a guide for their community ahead of the release of the movie adaptation of Stephen King's IT.
Warner Bros. is promoting IT's premiere in Sydney, Australia in an unusual way: placing red balloons on sewer drains around the city.
September brings a new take on a Stephen King classic, the latest from Darren Aronofsky and the sequel to 2014 hit Kingsman: The Secret Service.
IT director Andy Muschetti confirms that the sequel will explore the cosmic dimensions of the book, and also feature more of the Losers Club as kids.
Original Pennywise actor Tim Curry shares his thoughts on the new IT movie as well as the new Pennywise, played by Bill Skarsgard.
Former Pennywise actor Tim Curry admits to being disappointed by how the 1990s TV miniseries adaptation of Stephen King's IT concluded.
IT director Andy Muschetti confirms that he plans to make IT: Part 2 prior to directing Sony's live-action Robotech movie adaptation.
IT director Andy Muschetti reveals why Will Poulter - who Cary Fukunaga had cast as Pennywise before leaving the project - dropped out of the role.
Before the Pennywise the Clown storms into theaters to terrorize us all, read up on the secret history behind the 1990 miniseries, IT.
IT star Finn Wolfhard says that IT's Pennywise the Clown is a scarier monster than the Demogorgon the actor faced in Stranger Things.
Horror master and author Stephen King reveals he saw the new IT movie twice already and was not prepared for how good it really is.
A brand new image from the upcoming adaptation of Stephen King's novel IT, shows the members of the Losers' Club about to face evil.
A new poster for IT is perhaps the most terrifying piece of marketing for the highly anticipated Stephen King adaptation yet.
A trio of new clips from Andy Muschetti's R-rated adaptation of IT emerge from the sewer, featuring both Pennywise and the Losers' Club.
New behind-the-scene footage from Andy Muschietti's adaptation of Stephen King's IT gives a new look at Pennywise and The Losers.
The first social media reviews for IT are in and an abundance of tweets make it clear the movie is as scary as the trailers indicate.