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James McAvoy will take over Jaeden Lieberher's role as Bill, whose desire to find his missing brother, Georgie, set the events of the first film in mostion.

And everything about the first trailer for Chapter 2 indicates that the filmmakers are up to the challenge.

Andy Muschietti returns as director along with Gary Dauberman (also known for his work on The Nun) in charge of adapting the novel into screenplay once more.

Washington D.C., May 10: Warner Bros. recently released the first trailer of "It: Chapter Two" and it's defenitely going to creep you out!

The Losers' Club fulfil their promises and return to the town to put an end to the evil being once and for all, but unbeknownst to them, It has returned stronger and crueller than ever.

The introduction to the later timeline involves a brutal scene of a hate crime against a gay boy who is murdered by Pennywise which will show up in the new film.

Chastain, who stars in the upcoming sequel as a grownup Beverly Marsh, shared on The Tonight Show Starring Jimmy Fallon, that the film will feature one of the bloodiest scenes ever committed to screen.

The entire 2 minutes and a half of the trailer consists the conversation between Mrs. Kersh and Bev while she reminisces her utterly twisted childhood through ragged old photos, not something I would like looking back on for sure. Jay Ryan is big-hearted Ben Hanscom, James Ransone is hypochondriac Eddie Kaspbrak, and Bill Hader plays wiseass Richie Tozier. As the teaser trailer progresses, we get to know the possible reasons behind the same.

Now, more than two decades later, Pennywise is back and the grown-up Losers' Club members return to fight him. You'll be able to hide behind your hands during its scariest scenes when it hits theaters on September 6. The R-rated movie went on to surpass $700 million globally to overtake The Exorcist to become the highest-grossing horror film in history.


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