Actors:Bill Skarsgård, James McAvoy, Jessica Chastain, Bill Hader, Isaiah Mustafa, Jay Ryan, James Ransone, Andy Bean, Jaeden Martell, Jack Dylan Grazer, Finn Wolfhard, Sophia Lillis, Chosen Jacobs, Jeremy Ray Taylor, Wyatt Oleff, Teach Grant, Nicholas Hamilton, Javier Botet, Xavier Dolan, Taylor Frey, Molly Atkinson, Joan Gregson, Stephen Bogaert, Luke Roessler, Stephen King, Peter Bogdanovich, Will Beinbrink, Jess Weixler, Martha Girvin, Ryan Kiera Armstrong, Jackson Robert Scott, Jake Weary, Katie Lunman, Kelly Van der Burg, Jason Fuchs, Joe Bostick, Megan Charpentier, Juno Rinaldi, Neil Crone, Ry Prior, Owen Teague, Jake Sim, Logan Thompson, Connor Smith, Amanda Zhou, Rob Ramsay, John Connon, Doug MacLeod, Brandon Crane, Erik Junnola, Josh Madryga, Peter George Commanda, Kiley May, Lisa Cromarty, Kevin Allan Hess, Stephen R. Hart, Rocky L. Burnham Jr., Billy Merasty, Sladen Peltier, Ari Cohen, Alex Bird, Brody Bover, Edie Inksetter, Martin Julien, Sonia Maria Chirila, Colin Mcleod, Declan Prior, Marko Vujicic, Eric Woolfe, Kate Corbett, Shawn Storer, Janet Porter, Scott Edgecombe, Anthony Ulc, J. Bogdan, Louise Stratten, Laura Thorne, Thomas Duhig, Carla Guerrier, Liam MacDonald, Chris D'Silva, Tristan Levi Cox, Torian Matthew Cox, Lola Del Re Hudson, Thiago Dos Santos, Divan Meyer
Plot of the film "It Chapter Two"
As foreshadowed by the ending of the first film, the children who escaped from the villainous grip of the evil clown Pennywise in the summer of 1989, 27 years later found themselves back in Derry, Maine, to fight him again. They all went their separate ways and lived completely different lives, and by introducing these characters to us as adults, Musketti makes some great transitions, smooth and inventive. But returning to their seemingly idyllic town instantly revives their old rhythms and relationships. Mike Hanlon is the only one left in Derry; he is a self-styled historian and the one who makes fateful phone calls to gather his old friends when Pennywise reappears. Bill has become a novelist whose latest book is being adapted into a film-one of several meta-fragments scattered throughout the film. Beverly, who went through a controlling, abusive relationship with her father, is now in a controlling, abusive relationship with her husband. Richie is a hard-drinking, chattering stand-up comedian, as sarcastic as ever. Eddie remains a neurotic hypochondriac, married to a woman who looks and sounds very much like his strangler mother. And Ben, who was both a poet and the brain of the band, shed his baby fat and turned into a cute, rich architect. Otherwise, the defining trait of his character is a secret crush on Beverly almost three decades later; it gets a little tiresome.