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Watch: the new trailer for 'It Chapter Two'
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Watch: the new trailer for ‘It Chapter Two’

Float away with the new trailer for ‘It Chapter Two’

The latest trailer for It Chapter Two has been released. The Loser’s Club has returned to Derry, Maine to make good on an oath promised twenty-seven years ago. The new trailer shows how Pennywise only gets scarier as one gets older. 

The adult version of the Loser’s Club is back to have one final showdown with Pennywise the Dancing Clown. The trailer begins with narration by Mike Hanlon, played by Isaiah Mustafa, explaining his close connection to Derry in adulthood. Filled with nightmare images and fun house frights, Pennywise proves he is still as dangerous as before.

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Bill Skarsgard is back and creepier than ever. He is sure to fuel many night terrors in the months to come. In addition to Mustafa, Jessica Chastain, James Mc Avoy, Bill Hader, James Ransome, Jay Ryan, and Andy Bean star in this film.

The trailer arrives on the heels of the unveiling of the new poster.  It Chapter Two opens in theaters on September 6th. 

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