Andy Muschietti's sequel based on Stephen King's novel premieres on September 6 with Jessica Chastain and James McAvoy among its protagonists.
September 6 premieres in theaters It: Chapter 2, the sequel to Andy Muschietti based on the novel by Stephen King, and this date still refer to the number 27. But what does it mean? As one of the latest Moviefacts publications (@MovieFacts) indicates, you just have to add Pennywise's return numbers to the big screen to get this figure as a result. 9 (September) + 6 (day) + 2 + 0 + 1 + 9 (year) = 27. But the same thing happened with the premiere of the first part! It (2017) premiered on September 8 -9 (month) + 8 (day) + 2 + 0 + 1 + 7 (year) = 27.
IT CHAPTER TWO - Final Trailer [HD]
In It 2, the now-adult members of the Losers Club return to their former home in Derry (Maine) 27 years later to end once and for all with the evil Pennywise clown (Bill Skarsgård). They are now played by Jessica Chastain (Beverly Marsh), James McAvoy (Bill Denbrough), Bill Hader (Richie Tozier), Isaiah Mustafa (Mike Hanlon), Jay Ryan (Ben Hanscom), James Ransone (Eddie Kaspbrak) and Andy Bean (Stanley Uris) Also, according to Stephen King's novel, absolutely nothing happens at Derry consciously. However, underground and at an unconscious level, Pennywise terrifies his community since ancient times and every 27 years, the famous cycle, the rates of violence soar. And there is another coincidence! It's miniseries with Tim Curry as Pennywise premiered on television in 1990, 27 years before the first part of Muschietti.
With the script of the genre expert Gary Dauberman (Annabelle returns home), the continuation -up you have the trailer- follows the story of It, which became the highest-grossing horror film in history by accumulating more than 700 million Dollars. This, again with an R rating, will last a whopping two hours and 45 minutes and will have violent, bloody and sexual rawness images.