Stephen King’s It crawled back onto the scene in 2017, when the first of two movie remakes came out. The second film, based like the first on King’s 1,100-page 1986 bestseller, is not a sequel — it’s a continuation of the plot, taking place 27 years after the first film. Members of the Losers’ Club from the first film will be recast with adult actors, though the young actors will also appear in flashback. Jessica Chastain, who took on the role of Bev from younger actress Sophia Lillis, tweeted a photo showing Lillis passing the story’s infamous red balloon to her older counterpart. “If we’re telling the story of adults, we are going to have flashbacks that take us back to the ’80s and inform the story in the present day,” director Andy Muschietti told Entertainment Weekly Release date, production info It: Chapter Two is scheduled for release on Sept. 6, 2019. The movie is being filmed in the Toronto area in August 2018. Canadian film buffs are taking photos of the action and sharing them online. Filming is scheduled to continue through October 2018, with shooting taking place in and around Toronto and Port Hope, Ontario. Cast: Who’s who? Bill Skarsgård as It / Pennywise James McAvoy as Bill DenbroughJaeden Lieberher as young Bill Jessica Chastain as adult Beverly MarshSophia Lillis as young Beverly Jay Ryan as Ben Hanscom Jeremy Ray Taylor as young Ben Bill Hader as Richie Tozier Finn Wolfhard as young Richie Isaiah Mustafa as Mike HanlonChosen Jacobs… [Read full story]
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