As 'It' Scares Up Cash at Box Office, These Guys Are Dressing Up as Clowns to Frighten Moviegoers

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The long-anticipated remake of Stephen King's It raked in $123.1 million at the box office this weekend despite efforts by some clown suit-clad patrons looking to freak out fellow moviegoers.

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In some theaters across the country, clowns began appearing inside screenings of the horror flick, causing unease in the audience.

At a movie theater in England, one patron walked into the theater to find someone dressed as Pennywise the Dancing Clown from It sitting in a seat by himself while holding a red balloon.

A movie theater in Texas even hosted an all-clown screening of the film for those who aren't so easily freaked out by those in clown makeup.

A movie theater in Idaho banned patrons from dressing up as circus performers before a screening Thursday, a day before It opened nationwide.

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Many other moviegoers have posted about clowns being inside the theater during their screenings.

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