Eight years after first announcing plans to revive Stephen King’s It, the remake is on the calendar for a 2017 release. The literary horror classic about an ancient evil entity that most often takes the form of a demented, evil clown has already locked down a director, a far-off premiere date, and a star. By the time the new adaptation hits theaters, nearly 27 years will have passed since the novel first came to life in the form of an ABC special – which, coincidentally, is almost exactly how long Pennywise the Clown lies dormant in the novel before rising again to start a new reign of terror. With It looming ominously in our cinematic future, it’s high time we unearth exactly what you’re in for.
Source: Pop Sugar