A giant animatronic Pennywise from IT showed up at a convention, and it's sure to give you Halloween nightmares.
The working title for IT 2 is a hilarious tribute to Joe Pesci's Lethal Weapon 2 character, Leo Getz.
Jessica Chastain is officially in talks to play the adult version of Sohpia Lills' IT character Beverly Marsh in the upcoming IT Chapter 2.
The kids of Derry might be returning to the set this summer if everything works as planned for IT 2.
Molly's Game star Jessica Chastain is open to playing the adult version of Beverly in IT: Chapter Two, if she can make it happen.
Posters for IT: Chapter Two perfectly fan-cast the adult members of The Losers' Club.
Pennywise actor Bill Skarsgard explains that IT: Chapter Two will explore the more psychological aspects of horror.
Andy Muschietti is confirmed to return as director of IT: Chapter 2, which finally gets an official release date from New Line.
Pennywise the Dancing Clown is more than a little excited to show off his new dance movies in a funny new IT video.
Pennywise actor Bill Skarsgard has revealed a IT deleted scene that could be reused in IT 2.
A very brief post-credit tease in IT offers a hint at what fans can expect to see in the impending sequel.
Director Andy Muschietti is planning to bringing back all of his young actors back for IT 2.
Director Andy Muschietti and producer Barbara Muschietti discuss the huge opening weekend for IT and their plans for the sequel.
Bill Skarsgard has confirmed that his Pennywise the dancing clown will return in IT Chapter 2.
Some fans have questions about the way IT ends and how it will set up IT Chapter 2.
Annabelle: Creation writer Gary Dauberman is set to return for IT 2, which will likely be released in 2019.
IT director Andy Muschietti peels off the layers behind his upcoming sequel to IT and how it remains true to Stephen King's book.
Bill Skarsgard confirms in a recent interview that he will be back as the nefarious Pennywise in the upcoming IT 2.
Director Andres Muschietti hopes to start shooting the sequel to Stephen King's IT sometime next year.