- A sequel to “It” is in theatres this fall. Warner Bros. released a new trailer for the movie on Thursday.
- “It Chapter Two” takes place 27 years after the 2017 film with the kids from the first film all grown up.
- INSIDER breaks down the list of actors from Jessica Chastain to James McAvoy who are joining the sequel to play the Losers’ Club all grown up.
“It Chapter Two” is in theatres this fall and it will take place 27 years after the first movie.
In addition to the kid actors from the first movie, the Losers’ Club will be joined by a new cast playing their characters all grown up in the sequel. After leaving their hometown of Derry, Maine, the group will be brought back together when Pennywise resurfaces to try and get rid of the clown for good.
Bill Skarsgård is returning to play the terrifying clown, but Jessica Chastain, James McAvoy, and Bill Hader are among the new stars joining the sequel to play the members of the Losers’ Club all grown up.
Keep reading to see the young and old cast members of “It Chapter Two.”
Jaeden Martell played Bill Denbrough, the leader of the Losers’ Club, in the first remake.
Before starring in the horror movie, Martell was in “St. Vincent” and “The Book of Henry.” He’s currently filming a TV show, “Defending Jacob.”
James McAvoy is taking the role on in “Chapter 2.”
The actor is well-known for his roles in “Atonement” and the “X-Men” prequel trilogy. In 2019, he starred in “Glass” and the “X-Men” movie, “Dark Phoenix.”
Sophia Lillis broke out with her role as Beverly Marsh, the only female in the Losers’ Club.
Lillis appeared on HBO’s mini-series “Sharp Objects” and recently starred as Nancy Drew in “Nancy Drew and the Hidden Staircase.”
She was cast to play Gretel in an adaptation of “Gretel and Hansel.”
Jessica Chastain will play the adult Beverly.
The actress has earned two Oscar nominations for her roles in “The Help” and “Zero Dark Thirty.” Chastain was also in “Dark Phoenix.”
Finn Wolfhard plays Richie Tozier, Bill’s best friend.
Wolfhard is best known as one of the stars on Netflix’s hit series “Stranger Things.” He is also voicing Pugsley in the animated “Addams Family” movie.
Bill Hader is playing Richie in the sequel.
The actor is best known for “Saturday Night Live” and has since starred in movies including “Trainwreck” and voiced a character in “Inside Out.” He currently stars on HBO’s “Barry,” and was recently nominated for an Emmy.
Jeremy Ray Taylor was cast as Ben Hanscom, the new kid at school.
He broke out with his role in “It” and was later in “Geostorm” and “Goosebumps: Slappy’s Halloween.”
Jay Ryan will be playing Ben in the follow-up.
Ryan is known for his role on the Australian soap “Neighbours.” He also starred on “Beauty and the Beast” and is now on “Mary Kills People.”
Wyatt Oleff brings Stanley Uris to life.
He played a young Peter Quill in the “Guardians of the Galaxy” movies.
Andy Bean will play Stan all grown up.
Bean has had roles on “Power” and in “Allegiant” and “Transformers: The Last Knight.” You’ll also be able to catch him on DC’s streaming show “Swamp Thing.”
Jack Dylan Grazer plays Eddie Kaspbrak, a germaphobe.
If Grazer looks familiar it’s because he starred in Warner Bros.’ superhero movie, “Shazam.” He played Billy Batson’s best friend, Freddy.
James Ransone has been cast as the adult version of Eddie.
He’s known for his roles on “The Wire,” “Generation Kill,” and in “Sinister” and “Sinister 2.”
Chosen Jacobs plays Mike Hanlon in the first “It” movie.
Jacobs stars on “Hawaii Five-O” and appeared on Stephen King’s Hulu series “Castle Rock.”
Isaiah Mustafa joins the cast as the adult Mike.
Mustafa is well-known as the Old Spice commercial guy. He recently starred on “Shadowhunters.”
Nicholas Hamilton plays Henry Bowers.
He is known for “Captain Fantastic” and Stephen King’s “The Dark Tower.”
Teach Grant will play the neighbourhood bully as an adult.
He is known for starring on “Damnation” and “Altered Carbon.” Variety reported first that he joined the cast.
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