BURBANK, Calif. (FOX 11) - The 'IT' haunted house that frightened people in Hollywood will be scaring people in a new location soon. The popular house has moved locations to the Warner Bros. studio lot.
Warner Bros. Entertainment set up a recreation of the house from the hit movie 'IT,' based off the classic book by Stephen King, and the free haunted house ran through September 10th in its original location.
But, if you missed it, you have the chance to check out the haunted house in Burbank as part of the Warner Bros. Studio Tour, though you'll have to pay this time.
The IT house will be part of the studio's 'Horror Made Here' Halloween event for six nights only at the end of October.
According to the Warner Bros. website, "guests will be guided by 'Georgie' through the 5,000 sq. foot house and will venture room by room through immersive film inspired scenes complete with actual set props, live actors, and state of the art lighting and audio."
The Halloween event runs on Oct. 19, 20, 21 and Oct. 26, 27, 28. Tickets can be purchased for $69 here.
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