This first feature-film adaptation of Stephen King's terror tome It (the Tim Curry version from 1990 was made for TV) is almost certainly the prestige horror movie of the fall. Warner Bros. has entrusted it to director Andy Muschietti (Mama), who works from a screenplay co-written by True Detective's Cary Fukunaga. Korean cinematographer Chung Chung-hoon (The HandmaidenOldboy) is the DP and Jason Ballantine (Wolf CreekThe Great Gatsby) edited. It comes out September 8.