Stephen King’s It Returning to Theaters, Featuring Exclusive Bonus Footage from Sequel
This special event will run for only two nights next month.
By Chris Morse
This September, you can expect to sit in your theater seat for a long time when It: Chapter Two finally makes its debut, but Fandango has just announced a good reason for you to spend even more time staring at the big screen when the first film returns to theaters for two nights only. On Saturday, August 3rd and Tuesday, August 6th, you will be able to catch screenings of 2017’s It, featuring eight minutes of new footage from the sequel following the end credits.
Tickets are available now and you can book up your seats by heading over to this page. Will you be revisiting this horror hit or are you content to sit tight and wait for the next movie to be unleashed in just over a month on September 6th?
The Full Official Trailer for It: Chapter Two Has Been Unleashed
The Losers’ Club returns to Derry to put an end to its evil once and for all.
It: Chapter Two brings the Losers' Club into adulthood with James McAvoy as Bill, Jay Ryan as Ben, Bill Hader as Richie, Isaiah Mustafa as Mike, Jessica Chastain as Beverly, Andy Bean as Stanley, and last but not least, James Ransone as Eddie. It was also previously announced that Xavier Dolan and Will Beinbrink would be playing the roles of Adrian Mellon and Tom Rogan respectively. Bill Skarsgård is, of course, reprising his role as Pennywise the Dancing Clown.
The film will hit theaters on September 6th, 2019. Andy Muschietti has returned to direct a script written by Gary Dauberman. Both films are based off the 1986 best-selling novel It by Stephen King, one of his most notable works.
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