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James Ransone, Andy Bean join cast of ‘It: Chapter Two’ | Entertainment

Andy Bean and James Ransone. Photo: File

Stephen King’s “It: Chapter Two”, has discovered two new actors to play the grownup model of the members of the Loser’s Club.

Andy Bean is ready to play Stanley Uris, whereas James Ransone could be taking part in the grownup model of Eddie Kaspbrak in “It: Chapter Two,” based on Variety sources.

Earlier, James Ransone had introduced in a since-deleted tweet that he could be portraying Kaspbrak within the movie.

The youthful model of Uris was portrayed by Wyatt Oleff within the first half of the movie, whereas Kaspbrak was portrayed by Jack Dylan Grazer.

Earlier it was introduced, James McAvoy was in talks for the position of Bill Denbrough, who was performed by Jaeden Lieberher within the first installment, whereas Bill Hader was in talks for the position of Richie Tozier, which was performed by Finn Wolfhard beforehand. 

Jessica Chastain has already signed on to play the position of Beverly Marsh.

Meanwhile, Bill Skarsgard will reprise his position as Pennywise from the primary film.

“Chapter One” of “It” adopted the primary half of Stephen King’s novel, telling the story of a gaggle of kids who’re terrorized by Pennywise the Clown and compelled to face their very own demons to defeat him.

“Chapter Two” will comply with the final half of the novel, when the characters return to their hometown years later as adults to face Pennywise as soon as once more.

Andy Muschietti and Gary Dauberman are again as director and screenwriter, whereas Barbara Muschietti, Dan Lin and Roy Lee shall be producing the movie.

The first installment of the movie was a large hit, grossing $700 million worldwide together with $327 on the US field workplace.

“Chapter Two” is scheduled to start manufacturing in July and is ready to be launched in theatres by Warner Bros on September 6, 2019.

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