Greeeaaat, just what we wanted to hear...
If you've already seen the remake of 'IT' which came out over the weekend then no doubt, along with getting over what happened to Georgie, you'll be counting down the days till you have to put yourself through all the scares again with the sequel that was teased at the end of the movie.
Unlike the book and 1990 mini-series, the new film focussed solely on the story of the kids in the '80s without showing anything of the adults they later become - but the sequel will change that.
It won't be a comedy... If the second movie happens, I really want to recover the dialogue between the two timelines that the book had," Muschietti told MTV News.
He also spoke with Entertainment Weekly saying:
My idea of Mike in the second movie is darker than the book... I want to make his character the one pivotal character who brings them all together, but staying in Derry took a toll with him. I want him to be a junkie actually.
Meanwhile, the young stars of It have publicly stated who they want to portray their characters as adults, resulting in the dream cast of Christian Bale, Jake Gyllenhaal, Jessica Chastain, Bill Hader, Chadwick Boseman, Chris Pratt and Joseph Gordon-Levitt.