A classic 1986 horror novel 'It' by Stephen King which was directed by Andrés Muschietti and named the same way, is being adapted in 2017. It depicts the story of seven children being terrorized by the eponymous creature which plays on their phobias and fears, turning the children into its victims to hunt them as preys while being disguised. Though only the half of the book is depicted in this part and shows the childhoods events of the main heroes. The story starts in 1989 when a young boy 'Georgie', George Denbrough, disappers is found gone after Pennywise, a mysterious clown, suddenly arrived to their town. His older brother is left distraught with his disappearance and unites with other six other outcast who had the same encounters with Pennywise, as him. They try to rescue Bill's brother while trying to find the truth about shapeshifting creauture, which they call 'IT'. Children are shown as Losers in this part which covered only childhood part and is about to be released on September 8, 2017. Based on adulthood events sequel, with flashbacks to their childhood, showing Losers as adults is going to be released in 2019.