One said: "It: Chapter Two is about to do what it's about to do and show some of the other horror film sequels (with promising first films) what they should've done".
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On Thursday at noon, Warner Bros. revealed the first trailer for "It: Chapter 2, " the anticipated conclusion to its starry two-part adaptation of the spine-tingling Stephen King tome. The first It: Chapter 2 trailer, which dropped May 9, featured Jessica Chastain as the adult Beverly, who comes home to Derry and visits her old childhood home. We know you're here for the scares - and that's okay because we are, too.
In the clip, Beverly returns to the apartment where she lived with her father in Derry, where she is invited in by the seemingly sweet old lady who resides there. Finally, the trailer ends with the return of Pennywise's clown form in all its horrifying glory. The woman isn't what she appears to be, however, and soon, abject terror ensues. I mean really, who talks like that?? And don't worry, the young cast is back too - including the likes of Finn Wolfhard, Jaeden Martell (formerly Lieberher), Sophia Lillis, and Jack Dylan Grazer.
Despite spending most of its time in the present day, we do see a few golden-hued glimpses of the gang back in their "80s glory in the trailer". Bill Skarsgard will reprise his role as Pennywise. You'll be able to hide behind your hands during its scariest scenes when it hits theaters on September 6.