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It Sequel Arrives In 2019

Given the success of It, we're half expecting Pennywise the clown to show up with some shiny new gold teeth and maybe a more luxurious balloon. But regardless of what the central terror does in the intervening years, the follow-up to the first film will hit theaters in 2019.

Andy Muschietti will be back to direct the adaptation of the second half of Stephen King's book, which follows the heroic Loser's Club as they return to Derry, Maine after 27 years. They thought they'd escaped the place and its nightmare creature, but a devastating phone call brings them all back. The new movie will also feature flashbacks to the kids' story too.

It has been scaring away the competition at the box office for weeks (it was finally unseated by Kingsman: The Golden Circle this weekend) and snatched a host of records, including the largest opening for a horror film in the States, largest opening for a movie based on a book, and is the most successful cinematic scare ever in the US. The new movie – across the pond, at least, though we can expect it to open here the same day – is taking at at a similar launch day to the original, pencilling in 6 September, 2019. So far, there is a Blumhouse horror slated to open that day, but we'd guess the power of Pennywise will cause that one to scuttle away.

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