‘It: Chapter Two’ covers hate crime, domestic violence scenes from novel
According to The Hollywood Reporter, screenwriter Gary Dauberman confirmed some scenes from the novel that will show up.
The introduction to the later timeline involves a brutal scene of a hate crime against a gay boy who is murdered by Pennywise which will show up in the new film.
"It is the first attack in present-day Derry and sets the stage for what Derry has become," says Dauberman. "It is the influence of Pennywise even while he is hibernating, and it’s pure evil what happens to Adrian. These bullies working through Pennywise was important for us to show."
The violent introduction to Beverly's adult life involving a horrific domestic violence scene will also show up in the film.
The scene is alluded to in the trailer through bruises shown on Beverly's arms. In case you haven't seen it yet, watch the trailer below.
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The film also apparently includes a scene with "the most blood that’s ever been in a horror film," according to actress Jessica Chastain.
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