'It Chapter Two' Final Trailer: The Losers Club Reunite to Finish Pennywise Once and For All
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The final trailer for "It Chapter Two" is here and it looks absolutely terrifying.

The Losers Club are reuniting to end Pennywise once and for all.

In the final trailer for "It Chapter Two" which dropped Thursday, the old gang gets the band back together 27 years later to destroy the demonic, child-eating clown forever. Check out the new, heart-pounding trailer below.

Picking up nearly three decades after the events of the first movie, "IT: Chapter 2" finds the now grown-up kids of Derry returning to their old stomping grounds. And the more things change, the more they stay the same ... at least when mysterious deaths are involved.

From there, it's all footage of the old gang reuniting -- including the book's memorable Chinese restaurant scene -- and some frightening encounters with the evil clown. It appears some of the movie will take place at a carnival, as we see Bill (James McAvoy) attempting to rescue a young boy from Pennywise's grasp in a funhouse mirror maze.

It also seems the Losers will be returning to the sewers beneath the town. Most of all, it looks like Jessica Chastain, who plays adult Beverly Marsh, wasn't kidding when she said the film will have the most blood ever seen in a horror film, as we see her character drenched in blood.

While Finn Wolfhard, Sophia Lillis, Jack Dylan Grazer, Jaeden Lieberher, Jeremy Ray Taylor, Chosen Jacobs and Wyatt Oleff are all returning, their roles will also be played by an older crop of actors.

Chastain steps into Beverly Marsh's shoes, McAvoy plays Bill Denbrough, Bill Hader is Richie Rozier, Isaiah Mustafa will star as Mike Hanlon, Jay Ryan plays Ben Hanscom, James Ransone is Eddie Kaspbrak and Andy Bean was cast as Stanley Uris.

Bill Skarsgard also returns as their child-eating foe.

"IT: Chapter 2" hits theaters September 6, 2019.

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