The sequel focuses on the Loser's Club, 27 years later, when they've grown up and apart.
The trailer spends most of its time on an iconic scene from the book, when an adult Beverly Marsh revisits her childhood home and encounters its new resident, an elderly woman who treats her to tea and cookies. No one who dies here ever really dies, ' she says to a stunned and shocked Bev.
There are only a few more shots in the trailer that are truly creepy once we get to the "teaser" part of the teaser trailer.
2017's It ended with this promise, as the Losers' Club gathered in a circle to swear they'd return to stop the creature when (not if) it returned. If we get flashbacks to that first fateful summer, that would be a flawless way of tying both films together.
But of course, the demonic entity isn't going to let them get away with it that easily, is he?
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"My father joined the circus", the woman responded as the photo of a humanized Pennywise comes into view. The kids will all be back - alongside Bill Skarsgård as the evil Pennywise - but their screen time will naturally be much reduced.
Pennywise the Clown returns to the town of Derry in the first anticipated trailer for It Chapter 2, released on Thursday.
The trailer for the first installment of the It remake broke YouTube viewing records - and this one is breaking hearts.
It: Chapter 2 hits theaters September 6. Their younger counterparts, played by Jaeden Lieberher, Sophia Lillis and Finn Wolfhard, will also reprise their roles in the sequel.