Adapting Stephen King’s “It” for the big screen would’ve been a daunting task for any studio. The sprawling novel about a shape-shifting monster had already spawned a popular TV miniseries and features one of the world’s most recognizable villains, Pennywise the Dancing Clown.
Yet, at the Burbank office of New Line Cinema, the studio behind the upcoming film, there was no hesitation.
“I think I’ve read every si…
ENTERTAINMENT – Los Angeles Times