Warner Bros dropped the final trailer at San Diego Comic-Con on Thursday, and it also goes straight for the heart, but more in a claws-through-the-rib-cage, viscera everywhere kind of way. The evil clown has begun to terrorize the town of Derry once again, leaving the Losers with no choice but to fulfill their promise by returning home to stop Pennywise once and for all. Now adults, the Losers have long since gone their separate ways.
The latest trailer for It Chapter 2 has arrived, and it reveals fresh plot points for the sequel to the 2017 scarefest. Referring to that scene, Chastain called IT Chapter Two "Carrie on steroids", saying that they used 4,500 gallons of fake blood, most of it on her.
Since ScareDiego is a horror event, the panel touched upon subject quite a bit. Sophia Lillis, Finn Wolfhard, Jack Dylan Grazer, Wyatt Olef, Jeremy Ray Taylor and Jaeden Martell will all reprise their roles as the younger counterparts along with Bill Skarsgard, who will return as the supernatural entity Pennywise the Dancing Clown.
I'm talking, of course, about Cats. Director Andy Muschietti and his frequent collaborator Jessica Chastain ended the panel by showing off their singing tradition from the start of each shoot, singing a bit of the 1926 Tinpan Alley classic "Tonight, You Belong to Me" by Billy Rose and composer Lee David. The new one is... a little different.
YouTube Music Picks Up an Audio/Video Toggle
The updates also include new functionality which allows subscribers to switch seamlessly between a song and its music video. That's all well and good for YouTube and YouTube Music Premium subscribers, but what about the rest of us?