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IT Chapter Two will unfold the second half of Stephen King’s 1986 horror novel starting September 06, 2019. The sequel brings “The Losers” back to Derry, as adults who will fulfill a vow they made after they succeeded in driving away the shape-shifting evil clown known as Pennywise. As the town folklore has it, Pennywise resurfaces after 27 years and that time has finally come.
In IT Chapter Two, Pennywise takes advantage of the adult “Losers’” human frailties, knowing that through all the years, the horrific experiences of the past had left dents in their growing up lives. The evil clown seems to have spent his time in hibernation dreaming and planning on how he will exact revenge on “The Losers” once they go back to Derry, to stop him from terrorizing the townsfolk anew.
IT Chapter Two Cast of Actors Playing the Lead Roles
Original IT 2017 film director Andy Muschietti reunites with screenplay writer Gary Dauberman, in bringing back the “Losers Club” and Pennywise to the screen via the “IT Chapter Two sequel.” The 2019 horror film presentation will conclude the evil saga of the transdimensional sinister figure who appears in Derry every 27 years.
In order to present the drama that connects the IT 2017 to the Chapter Two sequel, Muschietti and Dauberman, found it necessary to bring back the kids cast as the original members of the “Losers Club” who defeated Pennywise in the 2017 IT.
Actors tapped to play the adult versions make up a powerhouse cast led by Jessica Chastain as Beverly Marsh, the only female member of “The Losers” club; and James McAvoy as Bill Denbrough, the grown-up version of the stuttering kid who led the gang in putting up a fight against Pennywise in 1989.
Mike Hanlon, the adult version of the kid who chose to stay behind in Derry is played by Isaiah Mustafa, while Jay Ryan, Bill Hader, James Ransone and Andy Bean completes the adult cast as Ben Hanscom, Richie Tozier, Eddie Kaspbrak, and Stanley Uris, respectively.
Last but definitely not the least is Bill Skarsgård, still playing the paranormal predator Pennywise, who preys on the children of Derry every 27 years.