With the It: Chapter 2 shooting date getting closer, the cast who will play the adult versions of the members of the Losers' Club is looking stronger. James Ransone may not be a household name by any means, but he certainly looks ideal to play Eddie and he's the kind of character actor who can bring something people may not be expecting to the role.
Deadline has confirmed reports that James Ransone has been cast as the adult version of Eddie in the upcoming horror sequel.
They'll also be playing adult versions of the kids we met in the first installment of the horror flick, with Hader playing Ritchie, McAvoy playing Bill, and Chastain playing Beverly. Jack Dylan Grazer (sitting on the left) portrayed Eddie in the previous film.
Delight as Hartlepool beach wins national quality award
The views from Weymouth Beach and the bay are spectacular, stretching across the horizon and taking in the Jurassic Coastline. A fifth have never set foot on a beach while a third have never holidayed at a United Kingdom seaside resort.
Meanwhile, Bill Skarsgard will reprise his role as Pennywise from the first movie. The project is set to begin production this July. "Chapter Two" will follow the last half of the novel, when the characters return to their hometown years later as adults to face Pennywise once again.
Andy Muschietti and Gary Dauberman are back as director and screenwriter, while Barbara Muschietti, Dan Lin and Roy Lee will be producing the film.
The first It was a financial and critic smash for Warner Bros. and New Line, pulling in over $700 million worldwide last fall, and is among one of the most anticipated films of 2019.
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Apple's new "spaceship" headquarters in Cupertino, named Apple Park, has been called an architectural landmark. Apple has said it plans to spend $30B over five years on new facilities and hiring 20K employees.
Alyssa Healy, Suzie Bates, Beth Mooney, and Danielle Hazell will be among the big worldwide names in the other team. Rajeev Shukla, Chairman, IPL, said, "We were in talks with several Boards and I am pleased with the outcome".
Beverly Hills police officials filed for a temporary firearms restraining order against Sandrock, which has since been dismissed. Police found that he had live ammunition, latex gloves, rope and multiple types of masks in his vehicle .
There is a free version available, with advertisements, you can also opt a Premium version that costs ten dollars per month. With existing Android and iOS clients, there will also be a "brand new desktop player" for YouTube Music .
Washington could get a boost if center Nicklas Backstrom, who has missed the last four games with an injured hand, returns. So far, Washington is 7-1 in away games this postseason, closing out each of its first two series on the road.
The families say DiNardo's parents shouldn't have allowed him access to a gun, which was barred by law due to his commitment. Weintraub said at a news conference following Wednesday's hearings that DiNardo has agreed to testify against Kratz.
Atria Investments LLC acquired a new stake in shares of The Cheesecake Factory during the fourth quarter valued at about $255,000. Also, Chairman David Overton sold 93,300 shares of the business's stock in a transaction that occurred on Monday, April 30th.
'Ride Of Silence' Brings Cyclist Awareness To Mansfield
Dozens in Cadillac rode around Lake Cadillac in silence at about 10 miles per hour to bring awareness to a serious cause. Who: Organized locally by Velo Cape Breton Bicycle Association; all cyclists welcome (helmets are mandatory).
Square's Bitcoin move causes internal disagreement
After that they dedicated Brock to building Bitcoin within Square Cash , saying the feeling of solving the issue was "amazing". Stark asked what had changed in the interim. "It felt electric", he said.
Sports betting in NJ not likely until June, officials say
Murren says people were also anxious about Las Vegas when legal gambling went to other states and to Native American Reservations. The professional sports leagues were on the losing side Monday, but will find ways to profit from betting on their products.