Former It director Cary Fukunaga explained why he parted ways with Warner Bros., and it's far deeper than just 'creative differences.'
Red Hood: It, an independent fan film, follows Jason Todd's Red Hood as he hunts down Stephen King's demonic clown Pennywise.
A fan film has emerged online depicting Stephen King's Pennywise the Dancing Clown going after DC's Clown Prince of Crime in a gory showdown.
The big screen It remake is sitting at a very ominous $666 million global box office take just one day before Halloween.
It's opening scene, where the demonic clown Pennywise claims little Georgie Denbrough as his first victim, has surfaced online.
The already horrifying remake could have been even more grisly, had It left in this scene from Pennywise's past.
Even the police got into the New York Comic Con spirit, with at one least one plainclothes officer donning a Pennywise costume on patrol.
Stephen King's demonic Pennywise the Dancing Clown gets the anime treatment for one of It's most iconic and horrific scenes.
Burger King Russia wants to ban the It movie, claiming antagonist Pennywise shares too many similarities to Ronald McDonald.
The sequel to Andy Muschietti's massively successful horror film It has been announced for a late 2019 release.
After a number of weeks at the top spot, it looks like the adaptation of Stephen King's It will fall from #1 due to the performance of Kingsman 2.
Pennywise just got a notch scarier thanks to a new drawing of the terrifying clown rendered to look like the Clown Prince of Crime, DC Comics' Joker.
The film adaptation of Stephen King's It is expected to pass 1973’s The Exorcist $232.9 million lifetime domestic gross on Thursday.
It star Bill Skarsgard reveals one particularly terrifying scene was left on the editing room floor, but may still eventually see the light of day.
It fans will be in for a clownish treat come year's end, with an extended director's cut of the movie set to be released.
It is terrorizing audiences, but what was left out from the book? We enter the mind of Stephen King and give you all the scary stuff the movie's missing