It: Chapter Two, arguably the only movie that matters for the rest of 2019, added to its online assortment of pre-release hype Thursday with the unveiling of a new trailer.
This is indeed the same trailer that profoundly fortunate ScareDiego attendees got an early glimpse of on Wednesday, complete with a panel discussion handled by Conan O'Brien.
"For 27 years, I dreamt of you, I craved you, I've missed you," a familiar voice tells us in what's mysteriously being billed as the "final trailer" for the presumed superhit.
Speaking on the cast he assembled to portray the adult-ier renditions of the Losers' Club, director Andy Muschietti said a number of those who ended up in the sequel to the highest-grossing horror film ever. "I was very lucky that I got everyone I wanted to play in the movie…. Half the cast was pre-thought about," Muschietti said during Wednesday's event that I definitely should have been in the front row for, per THR. "And the rest auditioned."
The sequel notably includes a sequence centered on Jessica Chastain (playing the adult Beverly Marsh) in which a whopping 4,500 gallons of fake blood were used.
Catch the new trailer for It: Chapter Two, a presumed classic that resulted in a bout of tendonitis for James McAvoy, up top. The trailer notably provides further confirmation that (possible spoilers ahead for those not into reading classic books) a certain sequence involving a homophobic attack on character Adrian Mellon, a scene famously not included in the miniseries adaptation of King's story, will be included.
And if you're not stoked out of your goddamn mind about the Sept. 6 release date, then I don't know what to think about you or what you're doing with your life.