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It Chapter Two trailer releases and 'Pennywise' the creepy clown is back

?It? in the first installment of the film, a group of bullied kids band together to destroy a shape-shifting monster, which disguises itself as a clown and preys on the children of Derry, their small town.

It follows a group of kids dubbed "The Losers' Club" in the summer of 1989 and their discovery and scary encounters of a shape-shifting demonic entity, known to return every 27 years and preys on your own personal fears.

In the new trailer of It Chapter Two, the clown Pennywise is back after 27 years to destroy the grown-up members of the Losers? Club, who have long since drifted apart from one another. They reunite in their hometown of Derry, Maine to once face and finish the evil creature that once and for all.

After 27 years, the scary red balloon and evil crown is back and says that he dreamt, craved and missed the Losers Club.

The
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Why Audiences Are Only Going to Disney Movies

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Why Audiences Are Only Going to Disney Movies
Julie Bikhman of Manhattan might buy the tickets, but when it comes to deciding what movie to see, her three young children are the ones calling the shots.

“We pick them,” her 11-year-old daughter Annie declares before heading into a screening of Disney’s live-action “The Lion King.”

“If it’s a Marvel movie, we know it’s going to be epic,” Annie’s twin sister Nina adds. “We know it will have a good story line and lots of action and adventure. Also, the villains are sick and there are a lot of plot twists.”

Annie and Nina weren’t born when audiences were first introduced to Disney’s “The Lion King” in 1994, but the two cajoled their mom and 14-year-old brother Nathaniel to AMC Lincoln Square on Wednesday to be among the first to see Simba’s grand return to the big screen. They loved the original cartoon
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HBO’s ‘His Dark Materials’ Debuts New Trailer and Images at Sdcc

HBO’s ‘His Dark Materials’ Debuts New Trailer and Images at Sdcc
It’s been over a decade since the film adaptation of the first installment in Philip Pullman’s “His Dark Materials” trilogy was visited like a scourge upon fans of the books, and now the landmark young adult fantasy series is finally getting the adaptation it deserves.

It’s about time.

“I thought it was time for the books to be liberated in a space that could do them justice,” executive producer Jane Tranter said during the Comic-Con panel for HBO’s upcoming “His Dark Materials” television iteration. Tranter, a former BBC executive who oversaw the resurrection of “Doctor Who”, said that the real estate of contemporary television meant that the books would be allowed the space to sound each note that Pullman sounded in the novels.

It was music to the ears of a crowded Hall H audience who was treated to a brand new trailer for the series,
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Finn Wolfhard Throws FaceApp Shade at It Chapter 2 Co-Star Bill Hader

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Finn Wolfhard Throws FaceApp Shade at It Chapter 2 Co-Star Bill Hader
Finn Wolfhard decided to take a different approach with his FaceApp aging post. The young actor is currently enjoying the massive success of Stranger Things season 3, but he also has It Chapter Two on the way where actor/comedian Bill Hader plays the adult version of Wolfhard's Richie Tozier. The latest trailer for the highly anticipated sequel dropped this morning at San Diego Comic-Con and horror fans are beyond excited about what Andres Muschietti has cooked up this time around.

Instead of actually using the FaceApp like everybody else, Finn Wolfhard posted a picture of Bill Hader as Richie Tozier in It Chapter Two with a caption reading, "This new aging app sucks." Wolfhard lowkey roasted Hader and his 14 million followers are really enjoying it. Hader has yet to respond, but one would have to imagine he'll have a good comeback, or at the very least, a killer impression of Wolfhard.
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Titans Crew Member Dead Following Special Effects Accident

Tragedy has struck DC Universe's Titans.

According to The Hollywood Reporter, Warren Appleby, who was the special effects coordinator on the superhero drama was killed during the rehearsal of a car stunt.

The outlet reports that a piece of the car broke off.

Titans is currently in production on its sophomore season, but production has been brought to a halt for two days.

"We are heartbroken and devastated by the passing of our treasured colleague, special effects coordinator Warren Appleby, after an accident which occurred at a special effects facility during the preparation and testing for an upcoming shoot," the show's producers, Warner Bros. TV, and DC Universe said in a statement.

Related: Titans Renewed for Season 2

"Warren is beloved by all who worked with him during an impressive 25-year career in television and motion pictures."

"The executive producers, along with everyone in the Titans family, Warner Bros. Television Group and DC Universe,
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‘It Chapter Two’ Reveals Three Scenes at Comic-Con — Cast Teases a Missing ‘Event’ from ‘Chapter One’

‘It Chapter Two’ Reveals Three Scenes at Comic-Con — Cast Teases a Missing ‘Event’ from ‘Chapter One’
Given the clamor surrounding “It Chapter Two,” there really wasn’t much the cast and director could say about the upcoming movie, even after sharing the new trailer and three new scenes to an enthusiastic Comic-Con crowd. But during Warner Bros’ hour-plus ScareDiego panel in San Diego, director Andy Muschietti and cast members Jessica Chastain, James McAvoy, Bill Hader, James Ransone, Jay Ryan, Isaiah Mustafa, and Andy Bean kept circling back to a central theme of the upcoming film: childhood trauma.

“There’s a lot of emotion in the movie,” Hader said. “It really was about childhood trauma — all of us growing up together [with it]. It wasn’t just this awesome scary movie, which it is, but it also has a really beautiful story to it.”

“As much as ‘It Chapter One’ is a movie about friendship and the power of unified belief, the second part is more about trauma,” Muschietti said.
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‘It Chapter Two’: James McAvoy Gets Trapped in a House of Mirrors in Final Trailer

‘It Chapter Two’: James McAvoy Gets Trapped in a House of Mirrors in Final Trailer
“Something happens to you when you leave this town,” Mike Hanlon says in the beginning of the final trailer for It Chapter Two. “The farther away, the hazier it all gets.”

As the Losers’ Club reunite in Derry, Maine — clinking beers in a Chinese restaurant while determining how to take down Pennywise the Dancing Clown once and for all — flashbacks to their younger selves are revealed, to the summer of 1988 when they were last together. “For 27 years, I dreamt of you,” Pennywise (Bill Skarsgård) seethes through his razor-sharp teeth.

Heroic
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See All the Stars at Comic-Con 2019

See All the Stars at Comic-Con 2019
You never know who you'll see at Comic-Con! With 2019 Comic-Con officially underway this week, the stars have begun to align in San Diego in honor of the annual convention. And with all things sci-fi, fantasy and superhero par for the course, familiar faces will be all around to give the fans what they want: new details on all the movies and TV shows coming their way.   For example, the cast of the upcoming It sequel, It Chapter Two, gathered for ScareDiego just ahead of the debut of the film's newest trailer. Spoiler alert: it will probably give you nightmares.  As is the case every year, we expect plenty of news out of Comic-Con, so keep your eyes peeled for all...
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Will 'It Chapter Two' End Like Stephen King's Novel?

Will 'It Chapter Two' End Like Stephen King's Novel?
“For 27 years I dreamt of you. I craved you. I’ve missed you,” Pennywise (Bill Skarsgard) says in the latest and final trailer for It Chapter Two. While our wait hasn’t been nearly as long, we’ve missed the Losers Club just as much. It’s only been two years since Andy Muschietti’s adaptation of Stephen King’s It left audiences nervously glancing at sewer drains out of the corner of their vision, and cautiously unclogging their sinks. But the hype It (2017) built up as an event horror film the likes of which we hadn’t seen ...
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It Chapter Two (2019) Movie Trailer 2: The Losers & Pennywise Return for the Final Battle

It Chapter Two Trailer 2 New Line Cinema and Warner Bros. have released the second movie trailer for It Chapter Two (2019). The first film trailer for It Chapter Two can be viewed here. Plot Synopsis It Chapter Two‘s plot synopsis: based on the book by Stephen King, “Evil resurfaces in [...]

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It Chapter Two

Witness the end. Watch the New trailer for It Chapter Two.

Evil resurfaces in Derry as director Andy Muschietti reunites the Losers Club—young and adult—in a return to where it all began with “It Chapter Two.”

The film is Muschietti’s follow-up to 2017’s critically acclaimed and massive worldwide box office hit “It,” which grossed over $700 million globally. Both redefining and transcending the genre, “It” became part of the cultural zeitgeist as well as the highest-grossing horror film of all time.

Because every 27 years evil revisits the town of Derry, Maine, “It Chapter Two” brings the characters—who’ve long since gone their separate ways—back together as adults, nearly three decades after the events of the first film.

Oscar nominee Jessica Chastain stars as Beverly, James McAvoy as Bill, Bill Hader as Richie, Isaiah Mustafa (TV’s “Shadowhunters: The Mortal Instruments”) as Mike, Jay Ryan (TV’s “Mary Kills People”) as Ben,
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It Chapter Two Comic-Con Trailer Is Here, Pennywise Is Out for Bloody Revenge

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It Chapter Two Comic-Con Trailer Is Here, Pennywise Is Out for Bloody Revenge
It Chapter Two comic-con trailer is finally here. The movie is already looking like it's going to be ten times scarier than the first chapter. Andres Muschietti gave Stephen King fans what they have been waiting for at Comic-Con, which is obviously some new footage from the upcoming sequel. The director has been preparing fans on social media for weeks, including sending out digital invitations to this evening's ScareDiego, which truly kicked off the annual event in a very real and terrifying way. Bill Skarsgard has said that Pennywise the Dancing Clown is much more angry this time around and he was not kidding around when he made that statement.

Stephen King has already praised It Chapter Two, which is basically all we really need to know. However, it's still nice to see some new footage to prepare us for the main event in September. The first trailer was not
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‘It Chapter Two’: Bill Hader Says the Sequel Is an ‘Epic Horror Film’ Akin to ‘Lord of the Rings’

‘It Chapter Two’: Bill Hader Says the Sequel Is an ‘Epic Horror Film’ Akin to ‘Lord of the Rings’
Between making “Barry” and snagging Emmy nominations for it, Bill Hader starred in one of the most hotly anticipated sequels of 2019. “It Chapter Two” arrives on the heels of an original that grossed more than $700 million, so expectations for a follow-up are high — especially considering the blockbuster ethos of “bigger is better.”

Hader, who got to see “a good chunk” of the film while recording Adr a few weeks back, told IndieWire the scale is appropriately “massive.”

“[Director] Andy Muschetti played me scenes, and just the scope of it is so big,” Hader said. “It’s bigger than the first one. […] It’s an epic horror film. It feels like ‘Lord of the Rings’ or something — just, ‘Whoa! This is cool!'”

He described the production itself as “massive,” adding that he’s “never seen so many sets” for a single film. “It was like being in ‘The Goonies,'” he said.
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Bill Skarsgard says Pennywise is now “angrier and scarier” in It Chapter Two

Bill Skarsgard, the star of It Chapter Two, has put fear into fans around the world, saying Pennywise is “angrier and scarier” than in the first movie.

With its September 14 release date not too far away, fans of the first It film are getting excited to see what Pennywise has in store for them in It Chapter Two.

Could the demonic entity get any more horrifying in the sequel? Well, according to the man behind the foe, Bill Skarsgard, the answer is yes. Speaking to EW, the actor said: “He’s scarier and he’s angrier. There’s a couple of very brutal things in the film.”

With such a horrifying monster awaiting our heroes in Derry, why on earth would any of them come back to face him? Well, star James McAvoy explains that everyone but Mike has forgotten the events of the first movie: “When you leave Derry,
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Ezra Miller’s Flash Movie Starts Over With ‘It’ Director Andy Muschietti and New Script

Ezra Miller’s Flash Movie Starts Over With ‘It’ Director Andy Muschietti and New Script
Warner Bros.’ long-in-the-works standalone Flash movie is moving forward by starting from scratch. “It” and “It: Chapter Two” director Andy Muschietti has signed on to direct the DC Extended Universe tentpole, which is still expected to star Ezra Miller in the title role (via The Wrap). Miller debuted as Bary Allen/The Flash in Zack Snyder’s 2017 superhero movie “Justice League.”

A standalone Flash movie has been in the works for some time at Warner Bros., first with director Seth Grahame-Smith and then with “Dope” filmmaker Rick Famuyiwa. Grahame-Smith, best known for genre efforts like “Abraham Lincoln Vampire Hunter” and “Pride and Prejudice and Zombies,” wrote the first script for the Flash movie. Both he and Famuyiwa left the project over creative differences with Warner Bros.

The most recent incarnation of the Flash movie was set to be directed by “Vacation” and “Game Night” duo John Francis Daley and Jonathan Goldstein.
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King-Size Summer to Bring the Cinema of Stephen King to the Alamo Drafthouse

King-Size Summer to Bring the Cinema of Stephen King to the Alamo Drafthouse
Stephen King movie adaptations are experiencing a bit of a resurgence lately, but they’re nothing new. King adaptations have been thriving since Brian De Palma’s Carrie in 1976, resulting in some genuinely great – and some not-so-great – films over the years. To celebrate the impending release of the latest King adaptation, It Chapter Two, the Alamo […]

The post King-Size Summer to Bring the Cinema of Stephen King to the Alamo Drafthouse appeared first on /Film.
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It Chapter Two Pushes Its Gore to the Brink Promises Writer

It Chapter Two Pushes Its Gore to the Brink Promises Writer
This September we will finally be hit with Mama director Andy Muschietti's follow-up to his hit adaptation of Stephen King's It. And today we have word that the film's screenwriter, Gary Dauberman has seen a first cut of the much-anticipated horror movie sequel It Chapter Two and he's delighted with the finished product and very proud of it as well.

Specifically, Gary Dauberman says this.

"I have [seen It: Chapter Two], yes! I'm very, very happy and I'm very, very proud. I don't know if you can hear the joy in my voice as I try not to answer this question, but I'm very excited for everyone to see it. As a very, very anxious person, I have no anxiety about that movie whatsoever."

Nice! And on top of giving us his thoughts on the finished film, Dauberman also went on to talk about that soon-to-be-infamous scene star Jessica Chastain teased a few months back,
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It Movie Writer Talks About the Possibilities of Future It Spinoffs

Two years ago, Stephen King’s classic horror novel It got new life with the first film in a two part series. Fans went crazy for it, and are happily awaiting the second part, It Chapter Two, which will hit theaters on September 6, 2019. With such success, many in Hollywood would like to keep it rolling. In a recent interview with the screenwriter of both films, Gary Dauberman, Bloody Disgusting asked about whether the future of the franchise may have life beyond its second part.

When asked about a spin-off project, Dauberman replied:

“I’m sure there’s interest but I gotta say, We want to be respectful to the material of the book. I don’t think anybody’s over there, in fact I know there’s no one over there going ‘Hey, let’s definitely do this and we could tell this story of what happened at the beaver trapping camp,
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I Am Not Okay With This’: Sophia Lillis To Star, Wyatt Oleff, Kathleen Rose Perkins Among Six Cast In Netflix Coming-Of-Age Series Based On Comic

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Nancy Drew and the Hidden Staircase star Sophia Lillis is set to lead the cast of I Am Not Okay With This, Netflix’s upcoming Ya series from the creator/director of The End of The F***ing World and the producers of Stranger Things. Other series regulars include Wyatt Oleff; Sofia Bryant; and Kathleen Rose Perkins (You’re The Worst). Aidan Wojtak-Hissong and Richard Ellis have been tapped for recurring roles.

The origin story is based on the Charles Forsman graphic novel The End of the F***ing World, and follows a teenage girl navigating the trials and tribulations of high school, while dealing with the complexities of her family, her budding sexuality, and mysterious superpowers that are beginning to awaken within her.

The series is created by Jonathan Entwistle and Christy Hall. Entwistle also serves as
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Evil Seeks to “Possess Them All” in New Trailer for Annabelle Comes Home

A supernatural antagonist to paranormal investigators Ed and Lorraine Warren, the deadly doll known as Annabelle will return to the big screen this summer to wreak havoc in the Warrens' own house in Annabelle Comes Home, and a new trailer shows that Annabelle has an arsenal of eerie items to play with this time around.

Warner Bros. will release New Line Cinema's Annabelle Comes Home on Wednesday, June 26th. You can watch the new trailer below, check here to read Heather Wixson's set visit report, and stay tuned to Daily Dead for more updates on Annabelle Comes Home, which is written and directed by Gary Dauberman.

Annabelle Comes Home” is the third installment of New Line Cinema’s hugely successful “Annabelle” films starring the infamous sinister doll from the “Conjuring” universe. Gary Dauberman, the screenwriter of the “Annabelle” films, “It” and “The Nun,” makes his directorial debut on the film,
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