Warner Bros. Pictures has released the first trailer for IT: Chapter Two, the highly anticipated sequel to 2017’s IT.
The movie is the second part of the two-part adaptation of author Stephen King‘s horror novel of the same name. You can find much more information on the movie in a lengthy synopsis and check out the teaser trailer below.
Earlier this month, I got the very rare opportunity to join a select group of journalists to travel to Pixar Animation Studios in Emeryville, CA, where we got a sneak preview of Toy Story 4. The fourth installment of the Toy Story franchise sees Woody and Buzz go in a new direction by tapping into new themes that were never explored in any of the previous films. This is what helps keep the franchise fresh and new.
I’ve already shown you how technology has changed since the first Toy Story came out, but now it is time to hear from a roundtable interview we had with director Josh Cooley and producer Mark Nielsen about the upcoming film, the daunting task of revisiting a beloved franchise after the third is considered perfect, bringing Bo Peep back, and more. Check out what they had to say below.
Yesterday was Investors Meeting Day at Disney, and some of the big questions on everyone’s mind were: what will be on Disney+, their new subscription-based streaming service, how much will it cost, and when it will be available? Well, a lot of those questions were answered. In addition to the more than 7,500 episodes and 500 films from their library, subscribers will have access to all things Disney, Marvel Studios, Lucasfilm, NatGeo, and so much more. And this will all cost potential subscribers a price that is much cheaper than Netflix’s $8.99.
At the meeting, it was announced that Disney+ will cost $6.99 per month and $69.99 annually for a premium subscription. And the service is set to launch this November. More on all of this below.
There’s nothing like good old-fashioned hype to build anticipation. Jessica Chastain says that It: Chapter 2 will have one of the bloodiest horror sequences in horror movie history. There’s no telling if this is true or not, but based on how horrifying and successful Andy Muschietti‘s It (or It: Chapter 1) was, we should take the actress at her world.
Chastain, who appears in the upcoming sequel as an older Beverly Marsh, made the claim while on The Tonight Show with Jimmy Fallon. While I don’t take these nightly talk shows too seriously, they have been known to give us small nuggets worth of information; for instance, Ben Affleck confirming that he’s done with Batman. Sure, we’ve known that was coming, but still. And we’ve also seen trailers debut on these shows. So, there may be some truth to what Chastain said. Check out the video of her recent late night talk show appearance here below.