IT: CHAPTER 2: The Past Won't Stay Dead In Terrifying IMAX TV Spot For The Stephen King Adaptation

IT: CHAPTER 2: The Past Won't Stay Dead In Terrifying IMAX TV Spot For The Stephen King Adaptation

IT: CHAPTER 2: The Past Won't Stay Dead In Terrifying IMAX TV Spot For The Stephen King Adaptation

IMAX has released a new TV spot for IT: Chapter 2 which further teases Pennywise's return from the depths of Derry to terrorise the world (and the Losers' Club) once again. Check it out after the jump...

IT: Chapter 2 promises to conclude the story that began back in 2017, and, as we recently learned, it will boast an epic runtime of 2 hours, 49 minutes. Given the length of Stephen King's novel, this is no great surprise, and it's easy to imagine Warner Bros. wanting to move forward with a number of spinoffs should this second instalment find as much success as the first. 

Now, IMAX has released a new TV spot which includes plenty of awesome (and scary) new footage. 

Showing the Losers' Club reminiscing over their childhood, it quickly becomes clear that the adults will have to come together in order to put an end to the demonic clown once and for all. 

This sequel is shaping up to be something special, and with director Andy Muschietti set to tackle The Flash once he's finished promoting the horror movie (assuming he's not the latest filmmaker to drop out due to "creative differences"), comic book fans may want to keep a close eye on this one...



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Pennywise is definitely not clowning around in It Chapter Two. “He’s scarier and he’s angrier,” notes BSkarsgård. “There’s a couple of very brutal things in the film.” 

Visually, Pennywise hasn't changed at all since the last time we saw him and he's going to be terrorising the Losers' Club in even more disturbed ways in this sequel. "He’s scarier and he’s angrier," star Bill Skarsgard explains. "There’s a couple of very brutal things in the film."
 
Director Andy Muschietti gathered the young actors who played the Losers in the first film (pictured: Chosen Jacobs, Finn Wolfhard, Jaeden Martell, Sophia Lillis, and Jeremy Ray Taylor) for scenes in It Chapter Two depicting the recovered memories of the adult characters.

The first movie's impressive cast of kids return in the sequel and here we see director Andy Muschietti alongside Chosen Jacobs, Finn Wolfhard, Jaeden Martell, Sophia Lillis, and Jeremy Ray Taylor. Apparently, their scenes will be used to depict the recovered memories of their adult counterparts.
 
All the other members of the Losers’ Club, including Richie (Hader) and Bill (McAvoy), don’t remember the traumatic events of their childhood. “When you leave Derry, something happens where you forget it all,” says McAvoy. “I think it’s like a [power] of Pennywise’s. Because if everybody could remember what he gets up to every 27 years through history, we’d go, ‘Hey, Derry’s really f—ed up, we should do something about that. We should send in the f—ing Army!”

Richie (Bill Hader) and Bill (James McAvoy) are pictured here, and neither of them remember the events of their childhood. "When you leave Derry, something happens where you forget it all," says McAvoy. "I think it’s like a [power] of Pennywise’s. Because if everybody could remember what he gets up to every 27 years through history, we’d go, ‘Hey, Derry’s really f—ed up, we should do something about that. We should send in the f—ing Army!"
 
They’re brought together by Mike (played by Mustafa), who is the one member of the Losers’ Club who still lives in Derry and needs the help of his childhood pals for a repeat match against the killer clown. “He’s trying to figure out what the hell’s going on in this town and what he can do to put an end to this cycle,” says Mustafa. “It’s an obsession for him.” 

Mike is reportedly responsible for bringing the Losers' Club back to Derry to stop Pennywise. "He’s trying to figure out what the hell’s going on in this town and what he can do to put an end to this cycle," Isaiah Mustafa reveals. "It’s an obsession for him."
 
The Losers’ Club — James McAvoy as Bill Denbrough, James Ransone as Eddie Kaspbrak, Jessica Chastain as Beverly Marsh, Bill Hader as Richie Tozier, Isaiah Mustafa as Mike Hanlon, and Jay Ryan as Ben Hanscom  — reconvenes in Derry 27 years after facing off against Pennywise, who was beaten but not destroyed at the end of 2017’s It.

A fantastic, A-List cast has been assembled to play The Losers' Club in the movie, as we'll see James McAvoy as Bill Denbrough, James Ransone as Eddie Kaspbrak, Jessica Chastain as Beverly Marsh, Bill Hader as Richie Tozier, Isaiah Mustafa as Mike Hanlon, and Jay Ryan as Ben Hanscom. 
 
Pennywise is back to terrify the now grown-up Losers’ Club in in It Chapter Two (out Sept. 6), starring Jessica Chastain, James McAvoy, and Bill Hader, among others. Read the story behind the film in EW’s special Comic-Con issue and keep clicking to check out exclusive images from the much-anticipated horror sequel.

IT: Chapter Two will be holding a special "ScareDiego" event at Comic-Con and while we don't know whether that means a new trailer is on the horizon, it would be a smart move to release one!
 
Get ready for Comic-Con 2019 with EW’s special It Chapter Two issue. Buy one — or both — of our collector’s covers featuring the Losers’ Club and Pennywise. And don’t forget to subscribe for more exclusive interviews and photos, only in EW.

What do you guys think of these images from IT: Chapter Two? Are you excited to see how the story wraps up in the sequel? Let us know your thoughts in the comments section down below.
 
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