This fan-made concept trailer is something a lot of fans would probably like to see. IT: Chapter 2 is going to be an epic when it finally hits theaters. We already know that there’s another one coming, there has to be simply because the story isn’t done yet, we’ve gotten only half of it and are desperately wanting the other half. There were actually people walking out of the movie theater extremely upset because the film didn’t keep going, but considering how long the movie ran in the first place it would have needed at least a twenty to thirty-minute intermission to continue if it had all been filmed at once. Plus the trailers would have been a lot longer and would have shown more along the lines as far as the adults dealing with Pennywise.
Show some faith though, when those trailers start coming out you know people are going to be flocking to the theater once again. The story of IT is still to be played out and people want to know how the ending goes. Honestly we already know, especially those of us that have read the book and watched the original mini-series with Tim Curry. But we still want to how faithful the director is going to be with the second half of the story and just who’s going to be pulled into the mix this time to represent each character. We already know that Ben stops being the chunky boy and gets in shape, while Beverly becomes a knockout and Bill becomes a writer. Eddie opens his own company, Richie becomes a famous comedian, and Stan enjoys the simple life after they all successfully forget about IT and what happened that summer. The only one that can’t is Mike, because he never leaves Derry.
Mike is forced to remember since he still lives with it, he still recalls what went on in the sewers, and he knows that IT could very well come back. The only other member of the group that might not have forgotten about IT completely is Bill, and that’s shown in the writing he does as a lot of it from the mini-series showed depictions of what could only be described as nightmares, half-remembered things that Bill no doubt believed were wild imaginings that all writers must see from time to time. But one thing about writers, especially those that dabble in the dark and half-seen corners of the literary world, they don’t often have nightmares without some good reason. There’s always something that brought them on.
The rest of the group remember IT the moment that Mike calls them up to remind them of their promise. Each of them is tortured by their visions of that long ago summer that they didn’t have to try to shut out. Their minds simply pushed it back to the darkest recesses of its memory so as to protect them. But once that memory comes screaming forward the lot of them are reminded of what they have to do. All but Stan, who, without any spoilers, was the weakest mind out of all of them.