Full Trailer for Horror Sequel 'It: Chapter Two' Will Scare You to Pieces

July 18, 2019
Source: YouTube

It Chapter Two Trailer

"You know what they say about Derry. No one who dies here ever really dies." Warner Bros debuted the full-length official trailer for It: Chapter Two, the highly anticipated sequel to the new It movie released in 2017. This continues that story, now 27 years later, re-uniting the "Losers Club" of Derry and bringing back the insanely creepy clown. They've all grown up and moved away, until a devastating phone call brings them back. Starring James McAvoy as Bill (played by Jaeden Lieberher originally), Jessica Chastain as Beverly (played by Sophia Lillis originally), Jay Ryan as Ben (played by Jeremy Ray Taylor originally), Bill Hader as Richie (played by Finn Wolfhard originally), James Ransone as Eddie (played by Jack Dylan Grazer originally), Andy Bean as Stanley (played by Wyatt Oleff originally), and Isaiah Mustafa as Mike (played by Chosen Jacobs originally); along with Bill Skarsgård as Pennywise, plus Jess Weixler, Teach Grant, Jake Weary, and Xavier Dolan. This looks like one hell of a scary, gruesome sequel. Can't wait.

Here's the second official trailer (+ poster) for Andy Muschietti's It: Chapter Two, direct from YouTube:

It Chapter Two Poster

You can still watch the original teaser trailer for Muschietti's It: Chapter Two here, for the first look again.

Twenty-seven years after the events of the summer of 1989, It (Bill Skarsgård) returns. The Losers' Club fulfill their promises and return to Derry to put an end to the evil being once and for all. Unbeknownst to them, It has returned, stronger and crueler than ever. It: Chapter Two is again directed by Argentinian filmmaker Andy Muschietti (aka Andrés Muschietti), who directed It: Chapter One and the "Locke & Key" series, and originally made his feature directorial debut with the 2013 film Mamá produced by Guillermo del Toro. The Chapter Two screenplay is again written by Gary Dauberman; adapted from Stephen King's horror novel of the same name, first published 1986. Warner Bros will release Muschietti's It: Chapter Two in theaters everywhere starting on September 6th, 2019 coming up in a few months. Who's scared now?

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Jeebus. * raises hand * I am. I'm scared now. Creepy af.

THE_RAW_ on Jul 18, 2019


Oh hell ya!

CShane on Jul 18, 2019


Scary? looks like a big budget collection of predictable horror tropes

TheOct8pus on Jul 18, 2019


Scary? looks like a big budget collection of predictable horror tropes

TheOct8pus on Jul 18, 2019


The "You lied, and I died" bit looks quite good.

DAVIDPD on Jul 18, 2019


It's getting repetitive a bit. I mean, the production looks good and all, and it might be a fun watch, of course, but I don't know if I see anything special. Except for Jessica Chastain, maybe ...

shiboleth on Jul 18, 2019


I just don't get the praise. The first one was a paint-by-numbers modern horror movie. This looks to be the same. But I hope people enjoy it. EDIT- I will say, that last shot of him was cool, and I dig the poster.

grimjob on Jul 18, 2019


Looks good but the cast? Not sure.

Sascha Dikiciyan on Jul 18, 2019


I guess it's just me, but I find these kinds of movies weird...or disconcerting. I would think in the future they'll look back at our society and culture and see how strange it was to be entertained by gore and silly, supposed to be scary movies like this. That they are so popular kind of makes my point even more. Human beings are weird, no doubt about it.

thespiritbo on Jul 18, 2019


Nobody will dispute that human beings are weird, but I doubt we'll ever outgrow our desire to be thrilled by scares for entertainment. In the meantime, you do you and let horror fans be themselves. This flick looks like a good time, and I'll now make sure to watch the first It (only ever seen the one with Tim Curry).

Terry Craig on Jul 25, 2019


Wow I thought it would be just me but apparently not. I thought there was too much hype/praise for the first one. While Pennywise himself looked creepy and all, it still felt like they were making it up as they go. I mean this one looks like solid visuals and all but don't see the appeal.

LightningB on Jul 18, 2019

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