The horror film It: Chapter Two opens in Indonesian theaters starting today, Wednesday (4/9/2019). It: Chapter Two by Andy Muschietti is a work adapted from Stephen King’s novel. It: Chapter Two (2019) is a sequel to the film It (2017) which will again tell the story of the terror of the terrible clown, Pennywise. Synopsis It: Chapter 2 (2019) It: Chapter 2 will return to tell the adventure of “The Loosers”
after 27 years of their meeting with the terrible clown who lives in the sewers, Pennywise. The scary clown, who previously thought they were dead, turned out to be back and terrorizing the townspeople of Derry, Maine. Now, a group of children or what is known as the Losers Club have aged and live in different areas. Until one day a mysterious phone call brought them back together, as written IMDb. Bill Skarsgard is returning to play the antagonist clown Pennywise. Meanwhile, X-Men star, James McAvoy, will act as Bill adults.
Jessica Chastain, Isaiah Mustafa, Bill Hader, Andy Bean and Jay Ryan will also appear to portray the adult characters of the group of children namely Beverly, Mike, Richie, Stanley and Ben. The difference with the previous story lies in the actors who play Stanley and Ben. Reporting from USA Today, actor Jay Ryan revealed how he got chosen to play the adult Ben who seemed to be the opposite of Ben as a child. He said that when he was little, his face resembled that of actor Jeremy Ray Taylor who played young Ben.
“So they asked to make me acceptable. Can I send a photo of me when Jeremy was the age of Jeremy in the first film It. I look very similar to him and in the end it made a deal,” said Ryan. This was also agreed by Jeremy who said he was surprised the first time he saw the photo. He said that they had the same eyes and mannerisms. Her first film, released in 2017, has grossed over US $ 700 million worldwide. Also read: Synopsis Doctor Strange GTV: Marvel-Avengers Mystical Superhero Story Film It: Chapter 2 is predicted to earn at least 110 million US dollars at its launch.
This is not without reason, considering that the predecessor of the Pennywise clown film made a profit of up to 123 million US dollars when it was released in 2017. The film It (2017) received quite high attention from the public. This is evidenced by its revenue and rating which reached 86 percent on Rotten Tomatoes. Seeing public interest in the first film, the second film is expected to receive a similar response. Reported by Variety, the release of the film It: Chapter 2 in September is predicted to shake the Box Office. The estimated profit for the film is between $ 95 million and $ 110 million
THE GROUP of seven children from the town of Derry, who call themselves The Losers, are reunited after more than two decades of their separate lives.
As reported by Antara News Agency, Bill Denbourgh (James McAvoy) has a career as a writer of books and films. Then, the only female member in the alley, Beverly Marsh (Jessica Chastain), is the wife of a rich but grumpy husband.
Then, Richie Tozier (Bill Hader) has a career as a stand-up comedian. Eddie Kaspberg (James Ranson) works for an insurance company.
Meanwhile, Ben Hanscom (Jay Ryan) has become an athletic figure, and Stanley Uris (Andy Bean) is a figure not much different from when he was a child.
Their reunion was initiated by Mike Hanlon (Isaiah Mustafa) who called six of his childhood friends because of the terror “It”, or the clown Pennywise (Bill Skarsgard), who came back after 27 years and disappeared other children.
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The sequel is the continuation and the end of the film “It” (2017), when The Losers vow to return to Derry if the mysterious clown Pennywise appears again and terrorizes the small town.
Despite the doubts present in the seven children who have grown up, Bill and his friends finally agreed to follow the clown’s invitation to “play” and are determined to stop the terrible terror, and unravel the mystery of “It”.
The adventure then brings them to their childhood nostalgia and also brings back memories and iconic scenes from the first film to the audience.
Although there are flashes of happy childhood memories, the group’s trip in the city of Derry also reminds them of their respective fears and traumas. In the film, Pennywise also encourages children to “play” a game of truth or dare that requires them to admit and face their fears and hidden secrets.
Several issues are also raised in the film directed by Andy Muschietti, such as issues of mental health to homophobia.
The film, which was written by Gary Dauberman, who is also the scriptwriter for the saga “The Conjuring”, at least has a comedy that is intriguing so that the audience seems to be taken to take a break from the tense and terrifying atmosphere.
For fans of old films, some references to pop culture in the era when the group were still small also seemed to provoke smiles following the clever placement in the middle of the horror film, apart from of course the typical dialogues of Derry’s city children.
Acting from the players and visual effects technology (CGI) followed by perfecting the imagination of fans of the novel of the same name by Stephen King, released in 1986.
The sequel to “It” seems to reveal bit by bit the mystery of the clown Pennywise and the characters involved in it. Even though it is 176 minutes long, the questions in the previous film two years ago will be answered in the sequel.