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This Is The Beyond Spectacular Actor Lineup For Stephen King’s “It” Sequel

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While the incredible child actors in the first of the two It Stephen King films will be hard to top, casting has begun to roll in for the second film… and we aren’t disappointed. From remarkable resemblances to beyond brilliant acting abilities, this is the amazing lineup for the It sequel.

Bill Denbrough: From Jaeden Lieberher to James McAvoy

The stuttering, brave Bill Denbrough is central and essential in Stephen King’s horrific story. Thankfully, his adult casting is guaranteed to deliver a performance as strong as the character. Jaeden Lieberher stole the show in the first film, but James McAvoy is certain to pack just as strong of a punch with his bold onscreen personality.

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Beverly Marsh: From Sophia Lillis To Jessica Chastain

The bold, sassy, and brilliant Beverly Marsh is the only girl in the Loser’s Club, and they picked a one-in-a-million actress to play her adult form. Sophia Lillis put on a jaw-dropping performance as the spunky red-head in the first film of the series. Now, the stunning Jessica Chastain (known for films such as The Help and Molly’s Game) will take over the confident role.

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Ben Hanscom: From Jeremy Ray Taylor to Jay Ryan

Shy yet knowledgeable Ben Hanscom is the main reason Beverly, Bill, and the Loser’s Club comes together, and as such, the character deserved excellent casting. Jeremy Ray Taylor was the kid behind the spectacular and emotional role in the first film, and he is now passing the baton off to Jay Ryan: an Australian television star. Everyone is thrilled to see what skills he has to offer behind his handsome face.

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Richie Tozier: From Finn Wolfhard To Bill Hader

Stuffed full of jokes, hilarious accents, and a bright personality, Richie Tozier is the comedic relief that a frightening story like It needs. Stranger Things Finn Wolfhard star blew audiences away with his hysterical personality in the first film. Luckily, casting directors have found someone who is just as side-splitting to take over the adult form of Richie: SNL star and comedian Bill Hader.

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Eddie Kaspbrak: From Jack Dylan Grazer To James Ransone

Hypochondriatic Eddie Kaspbrak is a master at highlighting just how scary childhood fears can be, and his role requires stress, comedy, and everything in between! Actor Jack Dylan Grazer tackled the child version of the character with ease, and now, James Ransone has been tasked with the epic part. This versatile actor is a spitting image of Grazer and is certain to do the character justice.

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