Top 23 It: Chapter Two Movie Details

While searching the internet for It: Chapter Two movie facts, I found some interesting little known details. Obscure enough that most people could miss it, I want to make you a favor by creating ordered lists with the most intriguing hidden details.

Most of them are not blatantly obvious to be observed at first sight, so take your time and read carefully. We have extensive definitions that accurately explain any behind the scene meaning or famous dialogues.

In IT: Chapter 2, when "Mrs. Kirsch" answers the door for Beverly, you can clearly hear Pennywise accidentally using his real voice before adjusting it for his trick.
In IT: Chapter 2, when "Mrs. Kirsch" answers the door for Beverly, you can clearly hear Pennywise accidentally using his real voice before adjusting it for his trick.
It Chapter 2 (2019) opens with a brutal attack on Adrian Mellon, an openly gay man who's played by LGBTQ+ director Xavier Dolan. The character was infamously inspired by the real-life Charlie Howard, who was murdered by homophobes in Stephen King's home town of Bangor.
It Chapter 2 (2019) opens with a brutal attack on Adrian Mellon, an openly gay man who's played by LGBTQ+ director Xavier Dolan. The character was infamously inspired by the real-life Charlie Howard, who was murdered by homophobes in Stephen King's home town of Bangor.

Trivia

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  1. Takes place in 2016, the same year as the famous clown sightings.

Easter Eggs

Finding Easter Eggs in movies is one of my favorite hobbies. Hidden objects, characters, and their meanings are wonderful ways to discover the filmmaker's perspectives of any given movie.

  • 1 - Stanley's head turns into a spider which looks exactly like the Spider Head in John Carpenters The Thing. Also, an actor from The Thing played Stanley's character in the IT Miniseries. In both, the exact words "You gotta be kidding me" are used when they see the Spider Head
    Stanley's head turns into a spider which looks exactly like the Spider Head in John Carpenters The Thing. Also, an actor from The Thing played Stanley's character in the IT Miniseries. In both, the exact words "You gotta be kidding me" are used when they see the Spider Head
  • 1 - The employee discussing the model tower at Ben's architecture firm is played by Brandon Crane, who played the young Ben Hanscom in the 1990 IT miniseries.
    The employee discussing the model tower at Ben's architecture firm is played by Brandon Crane, who played the young Ben Hanscom in the 1990 IT miniseries.
  • 1 - The asylum scene. TV's on and we can see Tom and Jerry chasing a piece of steak going down the drain. Much like George's paper boat from the first movie. Pretty cool.
    The asylum scene. TV's on and we can see Tom and Jerry chasing a piece of steak going down the drain. Much like George's paper boat from the first movie. Pretty cool.
  • 1 - You can see Pennywise in the portrait of Beverly and her husband
    You can see Pennywise in the portrait of Beverly and her husband
  • 1 - The movie poster spells out IT in the scene where Richie goes to the movie theater.
    The movie poster spells out IT in the scene where Richie goes to the movie theater.
  • 1 - When watching with subtitles, "It" is capitalized when the characters are referencing the clown itself
    When watching with subtitles, "It" is capitalized when the characters are referencing the clown itself
  • 1 - Stephen King makes a cameo drinking a mate with Argentine club's crest, Independiente ("Los Diablos Rojos" aka The Red Devils). Afterwards, James McAvoy's character says "fast enough to beat the devil"
    Stephen King makes a cameo drinking a mate with Argentine club's crest, Independiente ("Los Diablos Rojos" aka The Red Devils). Afterwards, James McAvoy's character says "fast enough to beat the devil"

Hidden Details

1 - To emphasis Eddie's mother issues his mother in the first and wife in the second are played by the same actress.
To emphasis Eddie's mother issues his mother in the first and wife in the second are played by the same actress.
1 - This Tom and Jerry episode play on the TV in the Bowers and the balloon hospital scene.
This Tom and Jerry episode play on the TV in the Bowers and the balloon hospital scene.
1 - Stephen King himself plays the grumpy shopkeeper at Derry's Second Hand Rose and the jokes about the ending of the books not being good is actually referring to King's own books being criticized for the same reason.
Stephen King himself plays the grumpy shopkeeper at Derry's Second Hand Rose and the jokes about the ending of the books not being good is actually referring to King's own books being criticized for the same reason.
1 - The actress who plays Myra, Eddie's wife, is the same actress who plays Eddie's mother in Chapter 1, which goes along with the book in that he marries a woman just like his overprotective mother.
The actress who plays Myra, Eddie's wife, is the same actress who plays Eddie's mother in Chapter 1, which goes along with the book in that he marries a woman just like his overprotective mother.
1 - During the stephen king cameo you can see a christine license plate (christine is a stephen king movie/book for those who don't know)
During the stephen king cameo you can see a christine license plate (christine is a stephen king movie/book for those who don't know)

Richie is wearing the same shirt Jesse wore in "A Nightmare On Elm Street 2".

1 - Adrian Mellon says "Meg Ryan called, she wants her hair back" later a poster of You've Got Mail, with Meg Ryan, sppears behind Richie in the arcade *bonus it also spells out IT in the tear*
Adrian Mellon says "Meg Ryan called, she wants her hair back" later a poster of You've Got Mail, with Meg Ryan, sppears behind Richie in the arcade *bonus it also spells out IT in the tear*

The rip on the poster spells "IT"

1 - There was a running gag where James McAvoy's character write bad endings for his book. This is probably a subtle reference to the fact that readers find most Stephen King books have bad endings.
There was a running gag where James McAvoy's character write bad endings for his book. This is probably a subtle reference to the fact that readers find most Stephen King books have bad endings.

: Director Andy Muschietti features Stephen King's character sipping Mate, a typical Argentine beverage, which has Andy's soccer team badge (Club Atletico Independiente) as a nod to his home country ??

1 - IT (2017) During this shot of the blood pact scene, we can see Bev and Ben holding hands in the background with Eddie's LOVER cast in the foreground, a possible reference to their relationship in It Chapter 2 (2019)
IT (2017) During this shot of the blood pact scene, we can see Bev and Ben holding hands in the background with Eddie's LOVER cast in the foreground, a possible reference to their relationship in It Chapter 2 (2019)

It: Chapter 2 (2019) In the restaurant scene Pennywise eyes can be seen glowing behind Beverly just before she reveals her fortune cookie.

It: Chapter Two poster
It: Chapter Two poster

It: Chapter Two Plot: Twenty-seven years after their first encounter with the terrifying Pennywise, the Losers Club have grown up and moved away, until a devastating phone call brings them back.

I am pretty sure that you've watched It: Chapter Two, maybe in a theater near you or on the small screen, but probably not many of the small details have taken your attention. Most of the previous facts are hidden for some reason, but still, there is plenty of randomly forgetten stuff that makes the movie unique and interesting. The more you know, the more fascinated you'll be about It: Chapter Two and will watch it online, download or stream it again and again.

Genre Drama, Fantasy, Horror
Director Andy Muschietti
Main Actors Jessica Chastain, James McAvoy, Bill Hader, Isaiah Mustafa
IMDB score 6.6