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is an American feature film of the supernatural thriller genre. It is the sequel to the It: Chapter Two 2017 movie , and partially adapts the original It: Chapter One 1986 novel by famed horror author IT Stephen King. The movie is produced by New Line Cinema and Warner Bros. with an original theatrical release date of September 6th, 2019. The film was directed by Andy Muschietti with a script written by Gary Dauberman. The movie brings about all of the original cast members from the first film, now filling in the part of flashback scenes, with a new cast of characters to represent the modern-era members of "The Losers Club". Returning cast members for the movie include Jaeden Lieberher as young Bill Denbrough, Wyatt Oleff as Young Stanley Uris, Jack Dylan Grazer as young Eddie Kaspbrak, Sophia Lillis as young Beverly Marsh, Jeremy Ray Taylor as young Ben Hanscom, Finn Wolfhard as young Richie Tozier, and Chosen Jacobs as young Mike Hanlon. The older counterparts to these characters are played by James McAvoy as Bill, Jessica Chastain as Beverly, Bill Hader as Richie, Jay Ryan as Ben, James Ransone as Eddie, Andy Bean as Stan, and Isaiah Mustafa as Mike. Rounding it all out together is Bill Skarsgård returning as the evil dancing clown, Pennywise.
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Exterior shots for the movie were filmed in Port Hope, as well as Toronto, Ontario, Canada. Studio shots were filmed at Pinewood Studios in Toronto.
The events of this movie take place twenty-seven years after the events of .
It: Chapter One
While it was assumed by many that the IT story would cover more than one film installment, talks of a sequel were not referenced until February 16th, 2016 when producer Roy Lee indicated that a draft script had been submitted during an interview with Collider.
Isaiah Mustafa was the final actor hired to play an adult version of The Losers Club. He was cast as Mike Hanlon in June 2018.
Stephen King film adaptations
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