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The trailer opens with an extended clip, not unlike the full trailer for the first film which showed audiences Georgie’s full encounter with Pennywise in the storm drain. We find the adult Beverly revisiting her childhood home, despite its lack of fond memories. Fans of King’s novel will be familiar with Mrs. Kersh, the seemingly friendly old lady who ends up being just another guise of It in one of the book’s most haunting chapters. Pennywise it illusion doormat. But the film presents an interesting alteration in that Kersh is Pennywise’s daughter, at least if the creepy photos on her wall are to be believed. In the novel, It’s origins are nebulous. He took the form of a clown most frequently, Mr. Bob Gray or Pennywise, but his true form is an ancient eldritch entity from another universe who landed in the town that would become Derry by way of an asteroid and first awoke in 1715. After the first film’s release Skarsgard discussed filming a deleted scene that showed Pennywise, pre-clown guise, in the 1600s and suggested that the scene may be revisited in the sequel.
The trailer later shows us a glimpse of Pennywise tearing away his clown makeup, which may be part of that flashback. Given how the first film reinterpreted the climax and the Deadlights, it wouldn’t be surprising if Pennywise isn’t a cosmic entity of the giant crab-spider variety as he was in King’s novel or the 1990 miniseries. But what is It exactly? Was he once a man who worked for the circus as Kersh claims, or was that simply another disguise? As exciting as it will be to see what the future holds in store for The Losers’ Club, it’s equally thrilling to imagine the film delving into Pennywise’s past.