Bill Skarsgård stars as Pennywise the clown in this double bill of horrors based on Stephen King's novel. In 'It' (2017), set in Derry, Maine, in the late 1980s, a group of seven childhood friends, known as The Losers Club, unite to combat a mysterious threat which their cursed town had thought was long since buried. After his little brother Georgie (Jackson Robert Scott) disappears, along with several more of the town's youngsters, Bill Denbrough (Jaeden Lieberher) gathers his group of outsider friends together to search for clues. Their quest eventually leads them to fight back against the shape-shifting, supernatural predator lurking in the shadows of their town and preying on children's innermost fears, manifesting itself as a killer clown called Pennywise. In 'It: Chapter Two' (2019), 27 years on, the Losers Club return to Derry to fulfil their childhood oath when Pennywise resurfaces and continues preying on the town's children. Mike (Isaiah Mustafa), the only member of the group to remain in Derry, informs the others of the monster's return and summons them back to finish what they started. As they prepare to do battle with Pennywise once again, the friends must confront the trauma of their childhood and face their innermost fears.