IT 2 'Has The Bloodiest Scene In Horror History'
When the movie adaption of Stephen King's classic horror novel IT was released in 2017, it broke the record for the highest grossing horror film.
So you can imagine the people behind the sequel will be aiming to usurp that claim when the second instalment gets released.
According to Jessica Chastain, who will be playing an adult Bev, it will be out of this world.
She told Jimmy Fallon last night: "Okay, I'm going to say something, and I think I'm going to be in trouble, but I'm going to do it.
"It might be a spoiler.
"But in the movie, there's a scene that someone said on set that it's the most blood that's ever been in a horror film in a scene.
"And I'll tell you, the next day I was like pulling blood out of my eyeballs."
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It will be tough to take that bloody crown considering there have been some absolute butcher scenes in movies over the years. Think of the blood elevator in The Shining, the epic samurai sword fight in Kill Bill or the harrowing scenes that played out in Cabin in the Woods.
We have been teased with rumours that the IT sequel will be more terrifying than the first one.
The film is set 27 years in the future, when the kids who were terrorised by Pennywise have grown up and moved on - however, according to the Hollywood Reporter, the new movie will still feature the young cast of the first movie, including Stranger Things' Finn Wolfhard, in flashback scenes.
Details about the new movie are being kept strictly under wraps, other than the fact it'll make you shit yourself, apparently.
It won't just star adults in the film, however, as director Andy Muschietti stated, 'in my opinion, it can't only be about adults'.
He told The Independent: "Something that I love about the book is the dialogue between the two timelines because, ultimately, it's a story about childhood. It's a love letter to childhood, but it's also a story of the death of childhood.
"It's symbolic, of course, because when Pennywise describes himself as the eater of worlds, he's not talking about a monster that eats planets; he's talking about eating the world of imagination and magic."
Chapter 2 will also include performances from Bill Hader as Richie, Andy Bean as Stan, James Ransone as Eddie, Isaiah Mustafa as Mike, and James McAvoy as Bill.
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