People Are Saying IT Chapter Two Has The Best Cameo Of 2019
Warning: Contains Spoilers
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With just four months to go until 2019 is merely a blip in our memory, its taken until now to witness the best cameo of the year – and trust me, it was well worth the wait.
IT Chapter Two has only been in cinemas for two days, but horror fans across the globe are already in agreement that one particular cameo made the film what it is.
Just in case you havent yet seen the highly anticipated film, this is your five second warning that this article contains major spoilers and anything you read from this point on is completely your responsibility.
The second chapter is set in 2016, 27 years after the events of the first film, and will see the return of Bill Skarsgård as the horrifying clown Pennywise.
The official synopsis for the sequel reads:
Because every 27 years evil revisits the town of Derry, Maine, IT CHAPTER TWO brings the characters—whove long since gone their separate ways—back together as adults, nearly three decades after the events of the first film.
IT Chapter Two stars a wide range of acclaimed actors, including but not exclusive to: James McAvoy as Bill Denbrough; Jessica Chastain as Beverly; and Bill Hader as Richie. So youd think it would be next to impossible to improve on its star-studded cast.
That is, until you take into account the incredible cameo I mentioned earlier – that being the one and only Stephen King, the King of Horror and the author of the novel upon which both the movie and its 2017 predecessor is based.
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Although this isnt the first time King has appeared in film adaptations of his work – having previously secured cameos in Pet Sematary, Thinner, and Under the Dome – it is the first time the writer has been given the opportunity to play more than a fleeting role.
As per Screen Rant, King makes his appearance when a grown up Bill (James McAvoy) visits Derrys local pawn shop after noticing his old bike, Silver, in the window. When he enters the pawn shop, who should we see but the shops owner – played by the one and only Stephen King.
Rather than simply sell Bill his bike back and move on (because where would be the fun in that), its at this point the film – anRead More – Source