THE TEEN ACTORS IN ‘IT: CHAPTER 2’ HAD TO BE DIGITALLY DE-AGED
In the last couple of years, we have seen a ton of really cool digital de-aging technology in the big budget movies like Kurt Russell in Guardians of the Galaxy Vol. 2, Michael Douglas and Michelle Pfeiffer in Ant-Man and the Wasp, and in the upcoming Martin Scorsese film, The Irishman, it is rumored that we will see many of the all-star cast de-aged, as the film will span many decades. Now the technology is venturing into a new genre for the upcoming sequel, It: Chapter Two.
In the second film, we are going to see the friends from Derry reunite to once again fight the evil Pennywise when he resurfaces in the lives of the residents. But as the friends come back together, we will also see flashbacks where we may get more insight into the story and the characters’ lives. READ MORE
WHY ‘IT CHAPTER TWO’ WILL BE THE BLOCKBUSTER WARNER BROS. NEEDS
We are exactly one month away, not counting Thursday previews, from the domestic debut of director Andy Muschietti and screenwriter Gary Dauberman’s It Chapter Two. The much-anticipated sequel to 2017’s ridiculously successful Stephen King adaptation will launch in the same post-Labor Day weekend as its predecessor, and there is little reason not to presume a relatively huge haul. Whether or not it gets anywhere near the last film’s $123 million domestic debut, $326 million domestic finish and $700 million worldwide total (on a $37 million budget), the second chapter of the two-part Stephen King adaption can be counted upon to be perhaps Warner Bros.’ first mega-hit of the year. READ MORE
TWO NEW ‘IT CHAPTER TWO’ TV SPOTS REVEAL NEW FOOTAGE
From the moment the credits rolled in theaters for 2017’s IT, audiences began counting down to the release date of the follow-up film, patiently waiting to get our first glimpses at the story’s conclusion. Almost two full years later, fans are finally getting their wishes, as the film’s marketing campaign is now in full swing, offering up not only trailers but also TV spots. With only a month left until the adventure hits theaters, Warner Bros. has released new TV spots for IT CHAPTER TWO, which can be seen above, that offer extended looks at scenes we’ve previously seen in the film’s trailers. READ MORE