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"It"’s Stars Nominated Actors to Play Their Adult Selves in the Sequel

Though Stephen King’s book It follows a group battling a terrifying clown as both children and adults, the movie only featured the kids — which means we’ll be introduced to their adult selves in the sequel. The stars talked to MTV News at Comic-Con about who they’d cast as their future selves, and they made great choices, E! News reports.

If The Losers’ Club had the power to cast the movie, there would be an extremely talented cast. We’d have Jake Gyllenhaal as Eddie Kaspbrak, Christian Bale playing Bill Denbrough, Chris Pratt playing Ben Hanscom (who will get “all fit and stuff,” according to Jeremy Ray Taylor), Joseph Gordon-Levitt with longer hair playing Stan Uris, Chadwick Boseman as Mike Hanlon, Jessica Chastain as Beverly Marsh, and Bill Hader as Richie Tozier.

The sequel will follower The Losers’ Club as they return to Derry, Maine 27 years later for Pennywise the clown’s awakening, Time reports. Since the first movie ended in 1989, the next will likely take place in 2016. Bill Skarsgård, who plays Pennywise, told Metro the sequel would “delve into the psychological and metaphysical spaces of this transdimensional being.” We have a feeling it’ll be at least as terrifying as the first.

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Article source: http://www.teenvogue.com/story/it-movie-stars-cast-sequel