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

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

Cinema audiences will have a comparatively shorter wait, with New Line Cinema and Warner Bros. announcing Monday (US time) that the IT sequel will drop on 6 September 2017.

When children begin to disappear in the town of Derry, Maine, a group of young kids are faced with their biggest fears when they square off against an evil clown named Pennywise, whose history of murder and violence dates back for centuries.

The feature film adaptation of Stephen King's It may have been dethroned from the top of the box office, but it's already become one of the most successful horror movies ever, earning more than $400 million worldwide.

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Last month, Muschietti told MTV News that Chapter 2 wouldn't be as amusing as its predecessor, so don't expect any New Kids on the Block jokes. The second part, of course, the reunion of the club of Losers, 30 later, once adults, and must return to Derry to permanently eliminate the threat posed by Pennywise. In Chapter 2, Muschietti would expect to accomplish something comparable, intercutting the occasions of the Losers as grown-ups in 2016 with subdued recollections from their childhoods in the 1980s.

Gary Dauberman, who was one of the writers on the first chapter, is set pen the sequel, and Muschietti, though not yet confirmed by the studio, is expected to return to helm the project. Skarsgård's appearance and performance were naturally creepy, but It director Andy Muschetti still wanted to ensure that he captured the genuinely fearful reactions of the film's young cast.

Talking about, this is what Muschietti and the youthful stars of It needed to say in regards to Skarsgård's master depiction as abhorrent incarnate beneath.

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