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Mom, Come Pick Me Up I'm Scared: It Chapter 2 Trailer Makes Fans Shudder

Mom, Come Pick Me Up Im Scared: It Chapter 2 Trailer Makes Fans Shudder

Sentinel Digital DeskBy : Sentinel Digital Desk

  |  10 May 2019 9:09 AM GMT

Warner Brothers have released the first teaser trailer for their upcoming and extremely anticipated horror film, It: Chapter 2. The film is that the sequel to hit 2017 flick and picks up twenty-seven years after the first one.

The Losers Club is all full-grown up and stars like Jessica Chastain, James McAvoy, and Bill Hader have reformed the hunting party to bring an end to evil clown Pennywise's terror on their haunted home town of Derry. The trailer is one of the spookiest ever and also the first couple of minutes are the foremost tense.

Jessica Chastain, who is playing the grown-up Beverly in the film, returns to her childhood home where she was abused by her father. 27 years later, an old woman lives there and invites her into her home for tea. Of course, the tea party doesn't go too well. "You know what they say about Derry. No one who dies here ever very dies," the older woman tells Beverly within the scene.

We then meet the rest of the Losers Club members. James plays the full-grown up Bill, Bill Hader plays foul-spoken Richie and James Ransone plays antecedently hypochondriac, Eddie. The youngsters have to be compelled to face Pennywise, played by Bill Skarsgard, once again after letting him slip through their fingers all those years ago.

The scary new trailer left Twitter cowering in fear. Many users talked regarding the creepy granny whereas others couldn't look forward to the Losers Club to come back along once more. In fact, there are over enough memes and hilarious jokes regarding the trailer also. Look here at a few:

The horror drama is an adaptation of Stephen King's classic horror tale of the name. Andy Muschietti has directed the first and also the forthcoming sequel as well. The earlier released. It became an enormous box workplace hit, earning over $700 million worldwide. The film will hit the theatres on September 6 this year.

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