The main theme for both the tv spots is the reunion of the Loser's club after they have become adults and after 27 years, it will be their first confrontation with Pennywise the Clown
Two brand new tv spots for 'IT: Chapter 2' has been released and you can see them right here. These latest tv ads are much shorter and quick-cut spots, but, they do reveal some new information regarding the highly-anticipated horror movie. The main theme for both the tv spots is the reunion of the Loser's club after they have become adults and after 27 years, it will be their first confrontation with Pennywise the Clown. The TV-spot also teases the real "conflict" of that second volume in Stephen King's iconic horror novel that follows how the Loser's club must struggle through the fog of memory to reclaim the knowledge of what they faced and defeated.
More than that, all the members of the Loser's club must reignite their bonds in order to break Pennywise and before he can regain enough strength to finish off the little kids that got away so long ago. In an interview with Comicbook, Bill Skarsgard, the actor who plays Pennywise said, "He’s been doing this forever really, so he doesn’t change in the sense that you would look differently. He looks however he wants to look for any particular prey at the time, but I do think there’s a change... The arc of the first movie is that he, for the first time, experiences fear himself. His last line — ‘Fear…’ — is he experiencing it for the first time, and he’s sort of shocked and perplexed and surprised. Like, 'What is this?'
Similar to the first installment of the movie, 'IT: Chapter 2' will take some big departures from King's original novel and this issue has been mentioned directly from the director of the movie, Andy MuschiettI. He said "A movie is very different when you're writing the script and you're building a story compared to what the final product is. In the beginning, when you're writing and building the beats of the story, everything that you put in there seems very essential to the story. However, when you have the movie finally edited and it's 4 hours long, you realize that some of the events and some of the beats can be easily lifted but the essence of the story remains intact. You cannot deliver a 4-hour movie because people will start to feel uncomfortable – no matter what they see – but we ended up having a movie that is 2 hours and 45 minutes, and the pacing is very good. Nobody who's seen the movie has had any complaint."
'IT: Chapter 2' stars Jessica Chastain as Beverly Marsh, James McAvoy as Bill Denbrough, Bill Hader as Richie Tozier, Isaiah Mustafa as Mike Hanlon, Andy Bean as Stanley Uris, Jay Ryan as Ben Hanscom, and James Ransone as Eddie Kaspbrak. The younger version of the Loser's Club will also make a return along with the villainous clown Pennywise.