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Released in 2017, It (stylized onscreen as It: Chapter One) is an American supernatural horror film based on Stephen King's 1986 novel of the same name. This tag should be used for questions about 2017 movie and not to be confused by 1990 miniseries of the same.

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Why bother hanging a disturbing picture in your office?

In the movie IT (2017), Stanley Uris's dad hangs a picture of woman with her face distorted in his office. I am wondering why his father does it His father hangs it due to personal preference, if ...
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Why director of 2017 “It” decided to oversexualise Beverly?

Disclaimer: This is not a rant about sex in the movies or the "general fall of moral standards in the modern youth", but genuine question In the book, all kids from the "Loosers Club" are 11. Beverly ...
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How did Bill Denbrough know that at the end?

In the new movie IT (2017), how did Bill Denbrough know at the end that he was not really talking to Georgie but to the clown? Was anything not correct that the fake Georgie said?
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Is there any connection between Stranger Things and IT movie?

Are Stranger Things and IT in the same universe? In season 2 episode 3 of Stranger Things while Bob drives Will to school, Bob tells Will about a terrifying experience he had as a kid where a clown ...
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How could “It” lose to a bunch of kids? [duplicate]

There are a few scenes where we see the brute force capacity of "It". It tears Georgie's arm off, It slashes the chubby kid's gut, and in the final scene It throws one of them against the wall. ...
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How does Bev know she's leaving across the country after encountering IT

This is going to be heavy spoilers, but this regards the It (2017) and the character Beverly. I think I might have missed something or it wasn't explained. She does this in the bathroom and then, as ...
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Does the movie explain what IT is?

If you've read the books or watched the miniseries, it's explained in there what IT is, i.e. But is this actually explicit in the 2017 movie? IT doesn't leave enough evidence or has enough witnesses, ...
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Does every kid see the same thing haunting them?

Regarding the 2017 IT movie - I was wondering if every kid in the movie sees the same thing haunting them. I understand it's their 'fear' but I'm not sure if it's one of the following: Every kid ...
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Was the timing of It's release deliberate or coincidental?

Earlier today, I realized something startling. In the original "It" novel, It awakens roughly every 27 years to feast upon a new generation of children. The gap between the release of the It ...
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What is the reason behind the scenes played on TV in IT?

In the movie IT(2017), there are a couple of scenes where the TV is on in the room and the person says things regarding clowns and balloons (indirectly referring to IT and his methods). Also, there's ...
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What is the story behind the three dots seen inside the throat of Pennywise that made the kids float?

Before I ask the question, note that spoilers are there ahead. In the movie IT, there is one scene where one of the kids is captured by the clown Pennywise, and when it lifts the kid, we see three ...
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Why did the Losers split in halves?

When the Losers go to the Well House for the first time, someone asks who wants to keep watch, to which 5 kids raise their hands. Maybe I missed something (only watched the movie once in the cinema), ...
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Flashback scene in It (2017)

According to the actor who depicts the evil clown in the movie 'It' (2017), there was originally a 17th-century flashback scene in the script that was shot but cut from final film, which he described ...
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Why did It not do this to The Losers?

Pennywise, or "It", spent a lot of time trying to scare the 7 kids Scooby-Doo style, but why did It not just kill them? I know that It is supposed to be feeding from their fear, but all the other ...
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Why Beverly cut her hair?

In the Hollywood horror movie It(2017), which is based on a novel by Stephen King, the young girl Beverly who stays with her abusive father is shown as cutting her hair in front of mirror. Why does ...
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Why did the Losers go to the Well House?

I read the book a long time ago and I can't remember if there's any explanation to this, but in the 2017 adaptation of It, the Losers all just decide it's a great idea to walk right into the scary, ...
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What was up with the lady in library?

When Ben was reading the book in library, the lady was in the background (blurred-out) smiling and her face looks creepy. And when she was in focus, she was normal and just looking for books. Can ...
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What was the thing that was blurred out during the 2 super market cash counter scenes?

In the 2017 movie It, there are 2 scenes in the super market at the cash counter. The one involving Beverly distracting the cashier and the 2nd where the kid in the hand cast (forgot his name) went to ...
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Why didn't the Father see blood in the movie It (2017)?

In the movie It (2017), the character Beverly was attacked at her house bathroom by Pennywise. During this, the entire bathroom was covered in blood splashing out from the washbasin. Later, when her ...
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How was Pennywise's appearance in the novels when compared to film and miniseries?

I have seen a big debate over the appearance of Pennywise in upcoming It (2017 film) and IT (miniseries), as to which one is more scary. And I do find them drastically different but I wanted to know ...