'It Chapter 2' officially set to release in September 2019

Casey Dawson
September 29, 2017

It is a new and exciting storyline for youngsters who have never been exposed to Tommy Lee Wallace's original adaptation of Stephen King's novel back in 1990; for adults who lived through the horror Tim Curry's Pennywise invoked in them, it presents nostalgia and something to scare both themselves and their children with.

With its great success, New Line Entertainment has announced that the sequel teased at the end of the first film will drop on September 6th, 2019 with director Andy Muschietti coming back to helm it. Pennywise the Dancing Clown is set to return to cinemas on September 6, 2019 - the same timeframe the first film aired earlier this month. "It: Chapter 2' will see the members of the Losers Club return to Derry, Maine when Pennywise returns 27 years later".

Details about the sequel are still minimal apart from what fans already know.

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Speaking of, here's what Muschietti and the young stars of It had to say about Skarsgård's expert portrayal as evil incarnate below. Anyone else is take your pick, most of the biggest names in Hollywood are around that age or can play it - Chris Pratt, Ryan Reynolds, Bradley Cooper, Tobey Maguire, Leonardo DiCaprio, Chadwick Boseman. you get the jist.

"Crossing $500 million is rarified air for any film, but for a horror film it is history-making, and we could not be prouder", said Sue Kroll, president of worldwide marketing and distribution at Warner Bros. Gary Dauberman is set to return as a screenwriter for the sequel, and Bill Skarsgard will make a comeback as the insidious Pennywise.

It is now the highest-grossing horror movie of all time-in the United States, at least-not accounting for inflation, having surpassed The Exorcist.

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