It (I) (2017)
- In the miniseries, Mike is shown to be running away from Henry Bowers and his gang until he collapses into the embrace of the Losers Club who protects him and fends off the Bowers Gang by engaging in a rock fight with them. In this film, it's Ben who's running away from Bowers and his gang to which he ends up losing the gang when he collapses in the creek near the sewage pipe where the four original Losers Club members are investigating Georgie's disappearance, and they decide to help him with his injuries. In a separate scene, the Losers do end up protecting Mike from Bowers and his gang after they find him being assaulted by them and engage in the rock fight with them.
- In the miniseries, the Losers Club go to a restaurant for a meeting. In this film, they go to Ben's house for a meeting.
- In the miniseries, after Pennywise's photo album threat and attempted attack upon the Losers Club in the woods, Bill makes a tearful challenge towards It which prompted his friends to comfort him, forming a group hug. In this movie, the slide projector is a stand-in for the photo album and shows Pennywise attacking the group in Bill's garage. However, the group embrace is placed at the climax of the film. After the Losers defeat Pennywise in the sewers, Bill breaks down in grief which prompted his friends to comfort him, forming a group hug.
- In the miniseries, the scene where the Losers are in the sewers the first time holding hands to jointly resist Pennywise's scare tactics and meditating in a circle in preparation to face him, he ends up taking Stan hostage. In this film, despite attacking Stan in the sewer tunnels when the Losers were searching for Beverly, he ultimately attacks and takes Bill hostage during the confrontation.
- The presence of the cat when Georgie encounters Pennywise and it witnessing Georgie's murder
- Bill searching vigorously for Georgie for almost a year
- Eddie breaking his arm by falling from the second floor of Pennywise' house
- The fight between Bill and Ritchie
- The brief separation period of The Losers Club, except for Bill and Beverly
- Beverly (presumably) killing her father in self defense
- Pennywise abducting Beverly
- Mike pushing Henry Bowers down the well in self-defense
- Pennywise taking Bill hostage and offering a deal to The Losers to spare them by keeping him
- The deleted scene involving Pennywise terrorizing a pilgrim and devouring her baby in the 17th century
However, it has been revealed in recent interviews regarding the upcoming sequel (IT: Chapter Two) that the Ritual of Chud will play a major role in the sequel. It is possible that the final confrontation with Pennywise is a false memory that the Losers thought up to replace the Ritual of Chud with the help of Maturin, in order to psychologically recover from the trauma.