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Those of you who loved the 2017 adaptation of Stephen King's It will be thrilled to know that the older and younger versions of the Losers' Club have finally met up in one place!


It: Chapter Two won't be out until September, but there's good news out of CinemaCon.

The cast and crew debuted new footage from the horror film to the delight of many fans.

The gang's here!

It: Chapter Two takes place 27 years after the events of the first film, with the Losers' Club reuniting for the first time since childhood after Pennywise the Dancing Clown draws them back to the town of Derry.

This is a real #27YearChallenge if you ask us.


In attendance were James McAvoy (Bill Denbrough), Finn Wolfhard and Bill Hader (Richie Tozier), Jack Dylan Grazer and James Ransone (Eddie Kaspbrak), Chosen Jacobs and Isaiah Mustafa (Mike Hanlon), Jeremy Ray Taylor and Jay Ryan (Ben Hanscom) and Wyatt Oleff and Andy Bean (Stanley Uris).

Jaeden Martell, who plays Young Bill Denbrough, was the only one who couldn't make the event.

"He's too talented and he threatens me, so I made him disappear," joked McAvoy.

There was a charming moment between Wolfhard and Hader, too.

The footage that attendees got to see?

The scene where Beverly Marsh meets Mrs. Kersh, one of IT's secondary forms.





Fans are thrilled.





We need you, Pennywise!

What will we do without you until then?

For those who can't wait, IT: Chapter One is available here.

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