It: Chapter 2
IT: Chapter Two writer Gary Dauberman doesn't think a new supercut of the horror film is particularly necessary, but admits it'd be cool.
In a new exclusive video, CBR looks at what you might not have realized about Pennywise's transformation in IT: Chapter Two.
This week, our artists hid Pennywise from It on the covers of classic comic books!
Director Andy Muschietti throws quite a few pop culture references into It: Chapter Two as he takes the Losers back to Derry in 1989.
It: Chapter Two makes a number of interesting tweaks to earlier versions of the plot, all while telling much of the same, overall story.
It: Chapter Two star Bill Skarsgård revealed he experienced dreams of Pennywise after playing the Dancing Clown.
It: Chapter Two makes some major changes to a Losers' Club member, but also seriously tones down a genuine threat.
It: Chapter Two stars Bill Hader and Jessica Chastain revealed their on-set injuries and biggest scares from the horror sequel.
While on track for an impressive opening weekend, IT: Chapter Two's box office is not expected to top its predecessor.
A young boy featured in It: Chapter Two has the worst day of any child in horror movie -- and that's before Pennywise finds him.
One of the biggest changes It: Chapter Two makes is tweaking the sexuality of a main character, creating a new dynamic within the Losers.
Stephen King, the author of the original novel version of It, has a cameo in It: Chapter Two that is absolutely perfect.
The ending of It: Chapter Two seemingly closes the book on the series while forcing the Losers Club into a titanic final battle.
Epic Games has been dropping hints that the next Fortnite event might be tied to the upcoming It: Chapter Two.
Fortnite will seemingly crossover with IT: Chapter Two in the near future.
The advance reviews for IT: Chapter Two are in, giving the horror sequel an especially positive score on Rotten Tomatoes.
There's nothing revolutionary or unexpected about It: Chapter Two, but the strong performances, script and direction make for a solid horror film.
Andy Muschietti, who directed both installments of IT, is excited to potentially explore the story's mythology in future films.