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Muschietti Talks Paintings that Inspired Nightmarish New ‘IT’ Creature

One of the things that separates the titular monster in IT from other movie monsters is that it can take the form of whatever it needs to in order to achieve its ultimate goal: terrifying children and then, well, eating them. Of course, IT most often takes the form of Pennywise the dancing clown, but […]
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