Taking longer than expected to get around to it, Warner Bros. Pictures has finally given the go-ahead for “IT: Chapter Two,” the follow-up to this month’s box-office record shattering horror film.
A September 6th 2019 release date has been locked in for the follow-up, taking the same release week slot the first one opened in this year. It will also score a simultaneous IMAX release on that date.
The film is expected to adapt the second half of Stephen King’s novel in which the Losers Club, now adults, return to Derry to finally stop Pennywise once and for all.
The R-rated “IT” has become the top-grossing horror film of all time, not adjusting for inflation and has earned $478.1 million globally – $266 million of that domestically. Check out a new featurette about the crafting of Pennywise the Clown below.
Source: Heat Vision