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Novels are typically changed for big screen movie adaptations. You'd be hard-pressed to find a book that wasn't. The film medium is much more restrictive than the freewheeling writing medium where almost anything goes. This is why adapting a novel into a screenplay is a subtle art form in itself. To adapt Stephen King's giant novel, It, into a 135-minute film,  screenwriters Cary Fukunaga, Chase Palmer, and Gary Dauberman were forced to make some changes. Check out what's different between the book and movie in the slides ahead.
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