We earn a commission for products purchased through some links in this article. Here’s what we know so far about It: Chapter Two, from release date to casting details. the kids from It picked who they'd want to play them in It 2, ASUS ROG Zephyrus G14 ACRNM review : "An impossibly lightweight powerhouse", Roccat Elo 7.1 Air review: "Good sound, cool features, great price point", Razer Iskur gaming chair review: "An enormously successful first gaming chair from Razer", I Am Dead review: "A pure joy from start to finish", FIFA 21 review: "Textbook finishes followed up with head-scratching own goals", The Trial of the Chicago 7 review: "An emotionally tough and exhilarating watch", Rebecca review: "Handsome, risk-taking Netflix remake sacrifices suspense for sweeping sadness", Pixar's Soul review: "Will leave you blubbing over the tinsel come Christmas", Saint Maud review: "One of the boldest horror debuts of recent years", On the Rocks review: "Bill Murray essays pure, distilled Murray-ness", Star Trek: Discovery season 3, episode 1 review & recap: "An almost unrecognisable vision of the future", The Haunting of Bly Manor review: “A fun Netflix horror that will leave you feeling uneasy”, The Boys season 2 finale review: "A stellar end to a super season", The Walking Dead season 10 finale review: "Rounds out The Whisperer War with all the impact of a wet flannel", The Boys season 2, episode 7 review: "The best cliffhanger in the show's short history". Lots of commentators had suggested Jake Gyllenhaal's face was the best fit for this role, but McAvoy is still a highly believable older version. “I think in the second part, the turtle will try to help them. In terms of the adult Losers’ Club, James McAvoy will play Bill Denbrough, Jessica Chastain is Beverly Marsh, and Jay Ryan is Ben Hanscom. I'll never be able to make a [Curry] performance as good as [Curry].

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The actor is a horror veteran, having also appeared in such films as Sinister and Sinister 2. Eddie Kaspbrak Wyatt Oleff.

Twenty-seven years after their first encounter with the terrifying Pennywise, the Losers Club have grown up and moved away, until a devastating phone call brings them back. [45] Beverly's Losership wasn't defined by the fact she was abused but by her poverty. Glad you got the memo guys. In October 1988, Bill Denbrough gives his seven-year-old brother, Georgie, a paper sailboat. Jaeden Lieberher played Bill Denbrough in the first film, and James McAvoy takes over the role for the sequel. The smart-ass Richie was an audience favorite in It, thanks largely to a flawless performance from Stranger Things star Finn Wolfhard. Snapped IT. That was something I remember as a thing I was writing towards”, screenwriter Gary Dauberman told SlashFilm in September. Official Sites He's really tall and lanky, and feels a little clown like in his movement. As a child, Eddie is a hypochondriac with an overbearing mother; as an adult, he lives in New York City with his wife and owns a limousine company. The story follows seven children as they are terrorized by an ancient cosmic beast, which exploits the fears and phobias of its victims in order to disguise itself while hunting its prey. — Chris Evangelista (@cevangelista413) July 30, 2018, Fan Theory: the guy in the shorts is Pennywise. Jessica Chastain plays the older Beverly for the It sequel. We’re in for a whole new cast. Kirsten Acuna and Anjelica Oswald. Just don't call him Eds. Stan (Wyatt Oleff in the first film) was an important part of the Losers' Club, helping battle It in the sewers despite his fear. All rights reserved.

"'They really want you to play the older Bill.'".