‘It: Chapter 2’ Will Feature The Bloodiest Scene In Film History, Jessica Chastain Reveals

Pennywise the Clown will return for another bloodbath in the sequel based on Maineiac horror master Stephen King’s 1986 novel It.

Actress Jessica Chastain, who’ll play grown-up Beverly Marsh, shockingly claimed on The Tonight Show Starring Jimmy Fallon that It: Chapter Two will feature the bloodiest scene in horror film history.

Chastain told Jimmy Fallon that she was covered in blood days after shooting the scene, even pulling some from her eyeballs.

It: Chapter Two remains shrouded in mystery, but Jessica Chastain recently “spoiled” one bloody scene on The Tonight Show Starring Jimmy Fallon.

Watch her reveal below.

The internet lost its collective mind after hearing “spoilers” about the much-anticipated sequel.

Fans of Pennywise the Clown can’t wait to find out what horrific talents he displays in the sequel.

But not everyone is convinced It: Chapter Two will feature record amounts of blood.

Contenders for “most blood in a horror film” include Evil Dead and more Stephen King classics, The Shining and Carrie.

All three films are available to sate your own personal bloodlust here (ED), here (TS) and here (C).

One guy isn’t convinced buckets of blood will make a good sequel. 

But regardless of the exact quantity involved, fans are psyched for the bloody return of Pennywise.

Ever since 2017’s hugely successful It reboot, Pennywise the Clown has totally haunted the internet.

Nobody can forget how the killer clown chomped off poor Georgie’s arm, and everyone’s still totally freaked out, just waiting to see what Pennywise does next. If you can’t wait for the continuation of the story to hit theaters, you can relive part one, available here.

Or there’s always the Tim Curry 1990 classic that, can you believe aired on TV as a miniseries in 1990?

The original Pennywise on the screen is available here.


Tim Curry as Pennywise in IT/GIPHY

And of course, few things top the words of the horror master himself, everyone’s favorite Maineiac, Stephen King. The original book all the madness is based on is available in a variety of formats here.

And once the next chapter is released in theaters, if there’s going to be blood up to your eyeballs, we suggest bringing goggles to the premiere of It: Chapter Two.

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