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The teaser posted has arrived for IT: Chapter Two has dropped.
IT: Chapter Two is the sequel to the hit 2017 American supernatural horror film IT and it won't be hitting our screens any time soon - next September to be exact.
However, on the spookiest day of the year, the teaser posted for the film has been released, we give them a 10/10 for planning that's for sure.
Coming September 6, 2019. #ITMovie pic.twitter.com/srBU19xauS
- IT Movie:balloon: (@ITMovieOfficial) October 31, 2018
The teaser was posted on the official IT movie Twitter account, the tweet simply reads: "Coming September 6, 2019. #ITMovie"
They have gone as simple as possible with the posted but kept the form of the film's first teaser.
The first film focused on a group of children known as The Losers' Club but the sequel will follow the adolescent characters from the previous film and then their adult lives as well - 27 years after the events of IT.
According to Comic Book, the sequel is going to pack an emotional punch, and writer Gary Dauberman recently said that the team did their best to live up to Stephen King's original story.
IT feeds on your fears. :balloon: Can you handle the nightmare of the Neibolt House? Book your #HorrorMadeHere tickets while you still can at https://t.co/NW6wilfUM7! pic.twitter.com/IFVDoCodZE
- WB Tour Hollywood (@wbtourhollywood) September 18, 2018
"Like I said with the first one, it's really this embarrassment of riches. It was trying to do your best job of taking what Stephen King wrote so beautifully all those years ago and try to translate it to the script page," Dauberman explained.
"For me it was just really fun to be able to revisit these characters and see what they're up to 27 years later. There was a challenge trying to get all those character introductions and 'here's where we are so far' which is fun to tackle. How can we find an elegant solution to introduce this many characters again to the audience?"
The first movie broke the record for an R-rated film's opening weekend box office by soaring to over $700 million - so it's sort of a given that this one is going to go off as well.
Bill Skarsgard will reprise his role as Pennywise/It, the kids from the first film will return in flashbacks from their adult counterparts and the franchise has called in the help of James McAvoy, Jessica Chastain, Bill Hader and Jay Ryan.
September 6, 2019, people.
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