A collection of IT Chapter Two posters were shared recently ahead of the highly anticipated sequel’s arrival this week.
One set of these posters, shared on Warner Bros.’ Belgium Instagram account, show the adult Losers’ Club paired with the faces of their younger selves when seen through a red balloon. The second set of posters are basically the same thing, but this time in the form of motion posters with the red balloon floating by and revealing the younger versions of the characters as it passes.
You can check out the posters below along with a lengthy synopsis and some bonus videos.
Disney’s Aladdin surprised many (including myself) with its strong box office performance. Earning over a billion dollars worldwide, it should come as no surprise that we are hearing talks about a sequel.
But that’s what it strictly is, just talks. In a new interview, producer Dan Lin says a sequel to the Guy Ritchie film is in the early stages of development. More on the report below.
The final trailer for IT Chapter Two was released last month, but Warner Bros. is continuing to promote the second part of New Line’s adaptation of the Stephen King novel of the same name with things like an IMAX poster to mark the launch of ticket pre-sale and a “Coming Home” featurette.
Now a 30-second TV spot has been released dubbed “Missed You.” You can find much more info on IT Chapter Two and check out the TV spot below.
Guy Ritchie‘s filmography is splattered with heavy amounts of witty dialogue and gritty action sequences. While it may not necessarily lend itself well to a Disney family-friendly film, his filmmaking style works in Aladdin. Based on the 1992 animated film of the same name, the upcoming live-action version is part of a successful trend that has Disney going through their vault to see which one of the animated classics they could reimagine into a live-action film next.
There’s action, suspense, and a bit of romance. But there is also humor, singing, and dancing. All of these are key aspects the animated original had. So to say that director Ritchie and the cast had a huge responsibility to do the film justice would be a vast understatement. And yet, they pulled it off.
Geeks Of Doom attended the Aladdin global press conference with their fellow journalists to talk to Ritchie about the production, how he stayed true to the spirit of the animated original, his style of filmmaking, the positive vibes that helped set up the camaraderie and set the tone, and more. Check out what he had to say here below.