Bill Skarsgard has confirmed that his Pennywise the dancing clown will return in IT Chapter 2.
IT breaks the September opening day box office record and the largest Friday in New Line's history.
Writer Gary Dauberman explains how they approached the controversial sex scene between the Losers' Club in this weekend's IT.
Director Andy Muschietti's IT kicks off with a record-breaking start at the box office.
Some fans have questions about the way IT ends and how it will set up IT Chapter 2.
Director Andy Muschietti's new big screen adaptation of Stephen King's It promotes Pennywise from carnival showman to big top ringmaster.
Dwayne Johnson takes a moment out of his busy schedule to worship at the alter of Pennywise in this weekend's IT.
The highly-anticipated release of IT has generated massive pre-sales and has now broken the all-time Fandango record for a horror movie.
The Lititz Borough Police Department is getting in on the excitement for Andres Muschietti's IT remake with a bit of scary viral marketing.
Fans of Stephen King's IT novel and 90's miniseries will be just as delighted as the neophytes.
Original Pennywise actor Tim Curry reveals that he doesn't love the original IT miniseries ending, but loves the new Pennywise played by Bill Skarsgard.
Stephen King's IT squares of against Reese Witherspoon's Home Again as the box office looks to recover from a miserable summer season.
One teen has transformed his 3-year old brother into IT clown Pennywise with truly frightening results.
Finn Wolfhard, who stars in both IT and Stranger Things, claims Pennywise will make you scream way louder than the Demogorgon.
Visit the dreary town of Derry, Maine and the young kids who live there in a special IT preview.
The clown-only screening for IT has proven to be so popular that Alamo Drafthouse has announced more throughout the U.S.
A new report reveals that real clowns have had recent gigs canceled thanks to the upcoming IT movie featuring the terrifying clown Pennywise.
Half Hazard Press unveiled terrifying poster for IT, turning Pennywise into a carnival attraction.
Pennywise terrorizes the Losers' Club in three new clips from the Stephen King adaptation IT.
Stephen King vows to keep Donald Trump from seeing IT, Mr. Mercedes or any of his other movies after the President blocks the horror author on Twitter.