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IT Chapter Two No one younger than 15 may see a 15 film in a cinema.


 169 minutes (2 hours 49 minutes)
UK release date Released: 6th September 2019  |  BBFC Age Rating:  IT Chapter Two 15 age rating
US release date Released: 6th September 2019
IT Chapter Two

Directed by


Beverly Marsh
Bill Denbrough
Richie Tozier
Isaiah Mustafa
Mike Hanlon
Jay Ryan
Ben Hanscom
James Ransone
Eddie Kaspbrak
Andy Bean
Stanley Uris
Bill Skarsgård
Jaeden Martell
Young Bill Denbrough
Wyatt Oleff
Young Stanley Uris
Jack Dylan Grazer
Young Eddie Kaspbrak
Finn Wolfhard
Young Richie Tozier
Young Beverly Marsh
Chosen Jacobs
Young Mike Hanlon
Jeremy Ray Taylor
Young Ben Hanscom
Teach Grant
Henry Bowers
Nicholas Hamilton
Young Henry Bowers
Javier Botet
Hobo / The Witch
Xavier Dolan
Adrian Mellon
Taylor Frey
Don Hagarty
Molly Atkinson
Myra / Sonia Kaspbrak
Joan Gregson
Mrs. Kersh
Stephen Bogaert
Alvin Marsh
Luke Roessler
Stephen King
Peter Bogdanovich
Peter - Director
Will Beinbrink
Jess Weixler
Audra Phillips
Martha Girvin
Ryan Kiera Armstrong
Victoria Fuller
Jackson Robert Scott
Dead Georgie
Jake Weary
Katie Lunman
Chris Unwin
Kelly Van der Burg
Victoria's Mom
Jason Fuchs
Richie's Manager
Joe Bostick
Mr. Keene
Megan Charpentier
Young Gretta
Juno Rinaldi
Neil Crone
Chief Borton
Ry Prior
Owen Teague
Dead Hockstetter
Jake Sim
Belch Huggins
Logan Thompson
Victor Criss
Connor Smith
Amanda Zhou
Rob Ramsay
Meaner Nurse
John Connon
John Koontz (Juniper Hill Security)
Doug MacLeod
Head Honcho
Brandon Crane
Big Guy
Erik Junnola
Josh Madryga
Peter George Commanda
Shokopiwah Shaman
Kiley May
Shokopiwah Woman
Lisa Cromarty
Shokopiwah Woman
Hess Kevin Allan
Shokopiwah Man
Stephen Hart
Shokopiwah Man
Rocky L. Burnham Jr.
Shokopiwah Man
Billy Merasty
Shokopiwah Man
Sladen Peltier
Shokopiwah Young Boy
Ari Cohen
Stanley's Dad
Alex Bird
Theatre P.A.
Brody Bover
Shouting Kid
Edie Inksetter
Shouting Kid's Mom
Martin Julien
Sonia Maria Chirila
Fishtank Girl
Colin Mcleod
Declan Prior
Marko Vujicic
Eric Woolfe
Kate Corbett
Dean's Mom
Shawn Storer
Dean's Dad
Janet Porter
Richie's Mom
Scott Edgecombe
Anthony Ulc
The Butcher
J. Bogdan
Swearing Patient
Louise Stratten
Audra's Assistant
Laura Thorne
Production Assistant
Tom Duhig
Assistant Director
Carla Guerrier
Police Officer
Liam Macdonald
Dean's Friend
Chris DSilva
Dean's Friend
Tristan Levi Cox
4-Year-Old Young Mike
Torian Matthew Cox
4-Year-Old Young Mike
Lola Del Re Hudson
Betty Ripsom's Legs
Thiago Dos Santos
Twitchy Man
Angelica Alejandro
Asian Waitress
Jarett Armstrong
Todd Davis
Towns Person / Fair Goer
Lyla Elliott
Dead Young Girl
Martavius Gayles
Chris Jiggins
Elena Khan
Derry Towns People
Divan Meyer
Audience Member
Aaron Richards
Noah-Anthony Smith
Derry Concessionaire
Angela Thompson
Comedy Show Patron
Shannon Widdis
Cheerleader #1
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UK Age Rating
UK BBFC Certificate: 15
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Highest chart position: 1

Weeks on box office: 6

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IT Chapter Two

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IT Chapter Two

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