IT: Chapter Two just dropped a new teaser for the film with a whole lot of bloody and Pennywise

The film, based on the Stephen King novel, is gearing up for its theatrical release in just a few weeks, so they gave us a new teaser to hold us off in the meantime. 

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“But sometimes, what we try to leave in the past won’t stay there,” the voice says in the teaser, obviously referring to Pennywise tormenting the Losers’ Club more than two-decades after the first film. 

We’ve known for awhile that the film is going to be gory. It apparently has a scene that contains the “most blood that’s been in a horror scene.” We know it probably involves Jessica Chastain since she was the one who teased it, so it seems like this teaser might give us another glimpse at that. 

It: Chapter Two hits theaters on September 6. Check out the new teaser below as well as the final full-length trailer. 

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IT: Chapter Two filmmakers revealed they had to de-age the child actors in the upcoming film so they look the same as they did in the first film. 

The visual effects appear to reverse the aging of cast members so they look younger, and has been used in films such as Captain Marvel. 

Director Andy Muschietti told Total Film that the flashback scenes use the technology. This is due to the two-year gap between films, and how much young people age in such a short span of time. 

“From the beginning, we knew that that would be part of the budget, the visual effects to address that,” he said. “So we’re going to de-age the kids.”

During the interview, Muschietti also talked about how legendary author Stephen King was relatively hands-off for the first film. However, this time around, King loved the film so much he reached out to contribute this time around.

It was absolutely huge. For me, it would be unthinkable when I was 12 or 13,” the director said when speaking to Total Film. So when the author read the first draft of the sequel, made a few notes, and requested the addition of “one all-new scene,” Muschietti listened. You don’t tell Stephen King that he can’t write It”

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