IT Chapter 2 There are only six months left, but the much-awaited horror sequel remains quite mysterious. Of course, the adult casting has relieved the fans a lot and there were some tantalizing tray shots during the shoot, but with nothing more than a teaser poster on the titles of the books, we'll take just about every updates that we can get. this point.
Enter Jessica Chastain, the long choice of fans to portray Beverly Marsh, an adult, who brought her dreams to life on the Internet when she signed to join Mum filmmakers Andy Muschietti and Barbara Muschietti on the film. The actress stopped by Tonight's show and tells Jimmy Fallon a juicy little detail about what's in store. In short, it's going to be bloody.
"I'm going to say something, and I think I'm going to have problems, but I'm going to do it," said Chastain with a mischievous laugh. "It could be a spoiler. But in the movie, there is a scene where someone said on filming that it was the most bloody movie ever seen in a horror movie in a scene. And I'll tell you, the next day, I had the impression to bleed my eyes. False blood! "
It's pretty fierce competition, even with its predecessor. If you remember, the young version of Chastain's character (played by Sophia Lillis Muschietti (Instagram) ended up with a face (and a bathroom) full of blood when she investigated voices coming out of her sink. But from the point of view of, the sequel is definitely about to deliver some bloody bits.
Along with the original IT distribution, including Bill Skarsgard like Pennywise (of course) and the losers (who come back for flashbacks), Chapter 2 of the computer scienceThe distribution includes Mcavoy James like Bill Denbrough, Bill Hader like Richie Tozier, Jay Ryan like Ben Hanscom, James Ransone like Eddie Kaspbrak, Andy Bean like Stan Uris, and Isaiah Mustafa like Mike Hanlon.
We'll see how bloody things become when Chapter 2 of the computer science arrives in theaters on September 6th. You can watch what Chastain said in the video below (jump to 2:15 for the HE speak.)