The upcoming adaptation of Stephen King‘s classic 'IT' has horror-movie fans excited like they haven’t been in years, and much of that is due to just how terrific — and terrifying — the trailers have been.
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'It’s gonna be bad for clowns,' says one 42-year-old professional clown.
Andrés Muschietti's adaptation of one of Stephen King's creepiest novels will be split into two parts.
On the scary scale, Bill Skarsgard's Pennywise rates between a sad hobo clown from an oil painting and the clown on a Graffix bong.