"It Chapter Two" - Red Carpet

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It's back...with the same characters just played by a completely different ensemble of actors.

It Chapter Two, the highly anticipated follow up to the 2017 horror hit remake, hits theaters on Thursday, Sept. 6, with Bill Skarsgaard back in action as Pennywise, once again making people question their weird attraction to a scary AF clown

But this time around, Pennywise won't be terrorizing a group of young friends dubbed the Losers' Club; It will be going after the group 27 years later after they all return to Derry, each with their own trauma stemming from their first deadly encounter with the Dancing Clown. 

As soon as Chapter One, fans immediately began dream-casting the adult versions of the characters created by Stephen King, with the young stars even offering up their ideal picks to take over their roles. And some of them even got their wish, like Stranger Things star Finn Wolfhard

Other stars, however, needed to submit childhood photos to convince the producers they were the right person for the job. 

So just how uncanny is the resemblance between the adult and child stars of the It cast? 

It Chapter Two: Comparing Adult vs. Kid Stars

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It Chapter Two: Comparing Adult vs. Kid Stars

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It Chapter Two: Comparing Adult vs. Kid Stars

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It Chapter Two: Comparing Adult vs. Kid Stars

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It Chapter Two: Comparing Adult vs. Kid Stars

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It Chapter Two: Comparing Adult vs. Kid Stars

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It Chapter Two: Comparing Adult vs. Kid Stars

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It Chapter Two: Comparing Adult vs. Kid Stars

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It Chapter Two hits theaters on Sept. 6. 

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