Steven Spielberg’s drama horror movie inspired by Stephen King’s true-life story. The idea to remake It was first suggested by King, who told Spielberg, “Let's do it, we'll do it together”, the director later told Empire magazine.
Inspired by an appearance by a real-life Catholic Monsignor, the movie stars Kevin Spacey as a priest accused of sexual molestation of a teenage boy, and Stanley Tucci as the monsignor investigating the case and seeking to derail the proceedings.
Generally, movies are released in the US by Paramount Pictures and Universal Pictures, they are owned by ViacomCBS. United Artists was split off into two companies in 2006 when it was acquired by Paramount and MGM. Warner Brothers Pictures and New Line Cinema merged in 2000 and became a subsidiary of Time Warner. 20th Century Fox was spun off from News Corp in 1994. In 1928, Warner Bros. established the world's first sound-on-film feature film laboratory. The studio's reputation for innovative and exciting filmmaking evolved in the 1930s and 1940s, when directors like Raoul Walsh, John Ford and Alfred Hitchcock created a wide variety of memorable films. From the 1950s to the 1980s, the studio was the foremost studio of the Hollywood film industry, producing several iconic films in each decade that reflected American society's attitude, values, beliefs and mores. Warner Bros. has maintained a high level of filmmaking success starting in the 1990s, with such hits as Jurassic Park (1993), Batman Forever (1995) and Titanic (1997) among its highest-grossing films. Warner Bros. is currently a division of AT&T's WarnerMedia. Warner Bros. Film has film slate and subsidiary Warner Bros. Animation (WBA) also produces animated films. New Line Cinema (LLC) established from the merger of Warner Bros. d2c66b5586