Movies September 10, 2017 'It' Factor: Stephen King's Thriller Knocks 'Em Dead at the Box Office Warner Bros./NewLine "It," the new feature-film adaptation of Stephen King's popular novel of the same title, is alive... alive! Variety reports the Warner Bros/New Line production has scared up $179 million worldwide this weekend, including $117 million in North America alone. Directed by Andy Muschietti, the film stars Bill Skarsgård as Pennywise the Clown, who is a living nightmare for the children of Derry, Maine. Rumor has it that Muschietti is already being pursued to direct another installment. #BillSkarsgard #Movies #StephenKing #TrendingStories More 'The Fate of the Furious' Claims All-Time Biggest Worldwide Launch 'Wonder Woman' Lassoes $100.5M at Box Office 'Guardians of the Galaxy Vol. 2' Made How Much Money at the B.O.?! Wolverine Flick 'Logan' Shreds the Box Office 'Moana' Makes a Holiday Box-Office Splash What Ryan Reynolds Is Doing to Convince Hugh Jackman to Join ‘Deadpool 2'