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IT's Co-Writer Talks About The Decision Not To Include The Book's Most Controversial Scene

Stephen King's It is now in theaters and fans are finally able to see what is quite possibly the author's greatest work on the big screen. However, the book didn't make it into theaters without a few changes.
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