The film is not so much a sequel as a continuation, following the grown-up sections of Stephen King's 1986 novel, which were interwoven with the story of how they confronted Pennywise the Dancing Clown as children.
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. While the trailer got people talking and early reviews were solid, nothing about the film screamed "most successful horror movie of all time". As we know from the first movie, what happens in Derry is rarely what it seems.
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The trailer opens with a fairly long sequence in which Beverly (Jessica Chastain) returns to her home town of Derry and visits her old apartment.
Staring off innocently enough, she asks the elderly homeowner about family pictures in the home, before it culminates into a nightmarish scene where Beverly soon realises Pennywise is lurking within the house. Then Mrs. Kersh slips into an inhuman Pennywise smile and cheerily tells Beverly, "No one who dies here ever really dies". The teaser shows that old woman belongs to a middle-class family.
Pennywise the Clown has returned to ruin everyone's lives in the insanely creepy new trailer. But things start to take a turn quickly, the moment the little old lady mentions that her father used to be in the circus.
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IT Chapter 2 is out on the 6th of September 6 this year.
The film is Muschietti's follow-up to 2017's massive worldwide box office hit IT, which grossed over $700 million globally.
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