First Trailer For It 2 Coming This Week, Here's When [Update]

The horror movie sequel hits theatres in September.

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Now Playing: IT Chapter 2 (2019) - Official Teaser Trailer

The first trailer for It: Chapter Two, the sequel to the well-received 2017 Stephen King horror movie, is coming very soon. A billboard spotted in Times Square reveals the first trailer is coming on Thursday. [Update: Sure enough, the It: Chapter Two trailer has arrived, giving us a new look at the grown-up versions of the original movie's cast, as well as a creepy old woman and Pennywise himself, and we've got a full breakdown of the footage.

That's all there is to go on at this stage, so right now it's not clear what time in the day the trailer will arrive. The billboard does, however, contain what appears to be the movie's tagline: "Witness the end of It." Keep checking back with GameSpot; we'll post the trailer as soon as it arrives.

Chapter Two picks up 27 years after the events of the first movie. The kids are now adults, and Pennywise the Clown is back to terrorise them once more.

The cast is full of big names. James McAvoy plays Bill and Jessica Chastain portrays Beverly, while Bill Hader stars as Richie, Jay Ryan as Ben, James Ransone as Eddie, Andy Bean as Stanley, and Isaiah Mustafa as Mike. Bill Skarsgard returns to play Pennywise. The children who played the child characters from the original movie will return as well in flashback scenes.

Andy Muschietti, who directed the original, is back as well for the sequel. It: Chapter Two hits theatres on September 6.

The 2017 movie It made more than $700 million worldwide, making it the highest-grossing horror movie in the history of cinema.

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