Benjamin Wallfisch (Blade Runner 2049, Hidden Figures, Annabelle Creation) is reteaming with director Andy Muschietti on the upcoming horror thriller It: Chapter Two. The film stars James McAvoy as Bill, Jessica Chastain as Beverly, Bill Hader as Richie, Jay Ryan as Ben, James Ransone as Eddie, as well as Andy Bean as Stanely Uris, Isaiah Mustafa as Mike and Bill Skarsgård as Pennywise. The movie follows the Losers’ Club as they must return to Derry, Maine, 27 years after the events from the previous movie to fight evil forces the circus unleashes on the town. Gary Dauberman (Annabelle, The Nun) wrote the screenplay based on Stephen King’s book. Barbara Muschietti (Mama), Dan Lin (Sherlock Holmes) and Roy Lee (The LEGO Movie) are producing the New Line Cinema production. Wallfisch has previously scored 2017’s first It movie. It: Chapter Two will be released on September 6, 2019 by Warner Bros. Pictures.

Wallfisch’s other recent projects include David F. Sandberg’s Shazam! and Neil Marshall’s Hellboy, both of which will be opening in theaters next month. The composer has also scored the National Geographic docu-series Hostile Planet, which is set to debut on April 1.

  1. Josh Wenger says:

    This time no.more vinyl versions.just the cd.hopefully it 2 should get the cd release on September 6 without the vinyl version at all.

  2. Josh Wenger says:

    Please they’re not making anymore vinyl versions.from now on,it’s just the cd.that’s all hopefully.I got the message last December they’re not making anymore vinyl.if I am correct,I will be happy

  3. Josh Wenger says:

    I just discovered that IT CHAPTER 2 is getting a CD release on August we shouldn’t be getting a vinyl to version of it at all.hopefully there won’t be’s vinyl versions at all.please there are no plans for vinyl version at all for it chapter 2

  4. Josh Wenger says:

    Please tell me there won’t be anymore vinyl versions of It chapter 2

  5. Josh Wenger says:

    Please tell me there are no plans at all for vinyl version of It chapter 2.I hope more CD soundtracks continue lacking vinyl versions