The 'It: Chapter Two' Trailer Is Here So Forget About Sleeping Tonight

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Dauberman also revealed that adult Beverly, played by Jessica Chastain, will be a victim of domestic violence, like in the book (her arms are bruised in the trailer).

Beware, the video above is a horror thrilling video of IT CHAPTER 2. But after that long wait, the first trailer for It: Chapter Two is here, teasing a terrifying return to Derry, Maine, for more petrifying exploits starring Pennywise the Dancing Clown. The film-officially titled It Chapter Two-adapts the second half of Stephen King's bone-chilling novel, with director Andy Muschietti once again at the helm.

What makes this trailer so special is that it focuses nearly entirely on the scene where Beverly Marsh returns to her childhood home and meets an old lady.

The all-new adult cast sees James McAvoy as Bill, Jessica Chastain as Beverly, Bill Hader as Richie, Isaiah Mustafa as Mike, James Ransone as Eddie, Jay Ryan as Ben and Andy Bean as Stan. The Losers' Club fulfill their promises and return to Derry to put an end to the evil being once and for all.

After he was turned against at the close of the first film, It: Chapter Two sees Pennywise on a quest for vengeance. But things start to take a turn quickly, the moment the little old lady mentions that her father used to be in the circus. "No one who dies here ever really dies", the woman tells Beverly about Derry.

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"You know what they say about Dary", prefaces the creepy elderly woman.

Despite spending most of its time in the present day, we do see a few golden-hued glimpses of the gang back in their "80s glory in the trailer".

The film was a critical and financial success, taking a worldwide total of $700.4 million at the box office against a production budget of $35 million, and scoring an 85% approval rating on review aggregation website, Rotten Tomatoes.

The last sequel, chapter - 1 hit the theaters in 2017 was a huge success. With the trailer released one can find it to be very much haunting for the audience for a film releasing on 6th September.

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