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About It Chapter Two TV Movie Trailer

27 years ago, the self-proclaimed "Losers Club" of Derry, Maine, were terrorized by the evil dancing clown Pennywise. After nearly three decades, the friends have grown up and gone their separate ways, moving on with their lives away from the town that caused so much devastation. Unfortunately, nothing in Derry stays dead forever, and the group is forced to return and face an evil they thought they had put behind them long ago. "It Chapter Two" hits theaters Sept. 6, 2019.

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Bill Hader ... Richie Tozier, Bill Skarsgård ... Pennywise, Chosen Jacobs ... Young Mike, Finn Wolfhard ... Young Richie, Isaiah Mustafa ... Mike Hanlon, Jack Dylan Grazer ... Young Eddie, Jackson Robert Scott ... Georgie Denbrough, Jaeden Lieberher ... Young Bill, Jake Sim ... Belch Huggins, Jake Weary ... John "Webby" Garton, James McAvoy ... Bill Denbrough, James Ransone ... Eddie Kaspbrak, Javier Botet , Jay Ryan ... Ben Hanscom, Jeremy Ray Taylor ... Young Ben, Jess Weixler ... Audra Phillips, Jessica Chastain ... Beverly Marsh, Nicholas Hamilton ... Young Henry, Owen Teague ... Patrick Hockstetter, Sophia Lillis ... Young Beverly, Wyatt Oleff ... Young Stanley, Xavier Dolan ... Adrian Mellon
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Andrés Muschietti ... Director

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