It Chapter 2 TRAILER: Does THIS prove Pennywise Clown teaser is coming soon?
It Chapter 2, the sequel to last year’s Pennywise Clown horror hit has wrapped and comes out next September.
However, the first film's trailer didn’t arrive until March 29, just half a year before the film released.
At the time the teaser was the most viewed online in its first 24 hours ever - at 197 million hits.
With such popularity – and the original’s huge box office gross – perhaps Warner Bros will release the sequel’s trailer early.
This isn’t just a random guess, after all, Stephen King tweeted rather ambiguously a couple of days ago.
The IT author wrote: “IT CHAPTER 2 is coming.’
Of course, fans know this, so why else would King tweet this unless the trailer is just around the corner?
There are some big Marvel trailers this week, with Avengers 4 and Spider-Man Far From Home due in the next few days, so perhaps it’s not imminent.
Nevertheless, Warner Bros’ Shazam trailer is expected at some point next week so hopefully, IT Chapter 2 will arrive with it.
Director Andy Muschietti showcased the first footage from his sequel, introduced a clip by promising to “crank up the horror aspects.”
Meanwhile, he reiterated what he said at Cinema Con back in April, claiming It Chapter 2 would be “scarier and more intense” and that fans should wear their adult diapers to the cinema.
Apparently, the footage saw the Losers club finally reunited 27 years after the events of the first movie.
Arriving in Derry’s Chinese restaurant, JoBlo claims there were “some emotional looking peeks at everyone.” Fandango says Bill Hader’s Richie turns up and says: “Sup, Losers?”
Before James Ransone’s Eddie exclaims: “Holy s***!” Richie asks: “Soooo. What do you guys wanna talk about?”
At that moment Bill Skarsgard’s Pennywise shows up, giving the Comic Con audience quite the jump scare.
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December 06, 2018
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sion.</p><p>Bold Baldwin. Running time: 119 minutes. Rated R (profanity, nudity, sex).</p><p>True love endures, but cannot obscure injustice, in director Barry Jenkins’ big-hearted if slightly patience-testing follow-up to his Oscar winner “Moonlight.” An adaptation of a James Baldwin novel, “If Beale Street Could Talk” follows a young couple — Tish (KiKi Layne) and Alonzo, nicknamed Fonny (Stephan James) — in 1970s Harlem, struggling against omnipresent racism but still aglow with the light of new romance. Lifelong friends, they’ve finally become a couple when Fonny, a woodworker, is arrested for a crime he didn’t commit just as Tish discovers she’s pregnant with their first child. Jenkins toggles between the budding relationship to the days of Fonny’s incarceration.</p><p>Jenkins is a master of cinematic portraiture, but he’s so captivated by the magic of a moment — even a single image, like cigarette smoke swirling around one of Fonny’s carved-wood sculptures — that he sometimes forgets he’s got an audience expecting a plot. “Beale Street” is never less than righteous but can feel a little slow. Shots of the lovers gazing at each other — gleefully in the middle of a city side street, after getting their first apartment together, or through the glass of a prison visitor’s window — are meaningful in small doses but can drag. Thankfully Layne, in her feature film debut, is a revelation — her face conveying what the reserved Tish often doesn’t bring herself to say. James (Amazon’s series “Homecoming,” “Selma”) is equally good. I just found myself wishing the couple’s scenes together were less burnished; as pure as their love is, and as noble their struggle in the face of those who would cut it down, the pair can’t help being a little one-note.</p><p>“Beale Street” is at its best when it opens up to the network of people around Tish and Fonny, particularly her indomitable mother Sharon (Regina King). Tish’s working-class family is taken aback but ultimately unfazed by the 19-year-old’s pregnancy, unlike Fonny’s prissy sisters and holy-roller mother (Aunjanue Ellis), who spits condescension at Tish, Tish’s parents (Colman Domingo plays her father) and Tish’s take-no-s–t sister Ernestine (Teyonah Parris).</p><p>Brian Tyree Henry brings the film roaring to life as Fonny’s friend Daniel, recently released from prison on a trumped-up charge. As the men sit at a kitchen table talking plans — Fonny, fed up with American bigotry, yearns for him and Tish to leave the country — it becomes clear the once-vivacious Daniel has been deeply traumatized by his prison time.</p><p>“Beale Street” is one of the most lavishly shot films of the year; the bright hues of its period clothing and furniture leap off the screen. But as in “Moonlight,” Jenkins always comes back to faces, and he’s working with a wildly talented cast up to the task of that photographic closeness. Deeply felt, with a nonstop, wiry frisson of frustration and rage, it’s worth taking the time to savor. “Unbow your head, sister,” Ernestine tells Tish. It’s a powerful message.</p><p> News Corp. is a network of leading companies in the world of diversified media, news, and information services. </p>
sion.</p><p>A six-figure salary, mingling with A-list actors and traveling the world: being a professional stunt artist might sound like the best job ever.</p><p>But as “Resident Evil” stunt double Olivia Jackson proved this week – pulling off death-defying stunts can have brutal consequences.</p><p>The Brit daredevil — who had previously performed stunts in “Mad Max” and “Star Wars” — was flung from a motorbike on set in 2015 and pelted into a camera.</p><p>Her injuries were so bad that she had to have her left arm amputated and half her face was torn off and she’s now suing the production company and film director for £2.2 million ($2.7 million).</p><p>And Jackson, 35, is not the only stunt double to have suffered traumatic injuries while trying to get the perfect shot.</p><p>“King Arthur” stuntman Mark Johnston has been performing for 20 years and tells Sun Online playing with fire, being run over by cars and jumping off buildings are all in a day’s work.</p><p>“On big productions lots of people have been hurt and now people are starting to see it,” he said.</p><p>“If the director wants something done then people will do it, even if it’s dangerous, otherwise, they will lose their job.”</p><p>And for some of the best stunt actors in the world, the pressure to do these jobs has had brutal consequences.</p><p>The visual effects in Harry Potter might seem like they’re down to magic, but there is a grim truth behind the sparkle.</p><p>David Radcliffe’s stunt double David Holmes was just 25 when he was paralyzed while filming “The Deathly Hallows” in 2009 – when he was thrown backwards against a wall during a flying scene and ended up breaking his neck.</p><p>He is now permanently paralyzed from the waist down and living in a wheelchair.</p><p>“My stunt coordinator grabbed my hand and said, ‘Squeeze my fingers.’ I could move my arm to grab his hand but I couldn’t squeeze his fingers.”</p><p>When told that he would be paralyzed for life, Holmes’ first thoughts “weren’t about not being able to walk again. It was all the other stuff, like not being able to dance again or have sex.”</p><p>He even hesitated before sharing the devastating news with his parents, as he didn’t “want to worry them.”</p><p>Joi “SJ” Harris, 40, was killed in 2017 whilst filming a motorbike scene for the second Deadpool film, where she was the body double for the character Domino.</p><p>Despite being an extremely experienced motorcycle racer, this was Harris’ first stunt job on a movie and she had not been wearing a helmet at the time of the crash.</p><p>The female road racer lost control of the motorbike and was thrown through the glass front of the Shaw Tower in Vancouver, Canada.</p><p>On the 911 call made to the emergency services, the responder was heard saying: “The stunt actor was airborne through the building” and “hasn’t been moving” since landing.</p><p>Harrowing pictures of the scene show the motorbike Harris was riding lying on its side with smashed glass scattered around it. There was also a window missing at the Shaw Tower, which had been covered by a plastic sheet.</p><p>Harry O’Connor, 45, died on the set of Vin Diesel film “xXx” when a paragliding stunt went tragically wrong.</p><p>The retired Navy Seal was standing in as body double for Diesel and paragliding at high speed in Prague when he collided into the Palacky Bridge and broke his neck, killing him instantly.</p><p>The shots of him paragliding through the city were used in the 2002 movie.</p><p>Despite “The Hangover II” being one of the highest grossing and most popular films of 2011 – making $361 million, actor Ed Helm’s body double was almost killed following a scene that went horribly wrong.</p><p>Australian stuntman Scott McLean was left severely brain damaged after his head smashed into a truck while he was leaning out of a moving car.</p><p>The adrenaline junkie said that the stunt coordinator ordered the car’s driver to increase his speed during the shot, “resulting in a major collision.”</p><p>Following the horrific accident, he was in a coma for six weeks and was left needing 24-hour nursing care and a constant supply of oxygen.</p><p>McLean went on to sue Warner Bros and is waiting to be awarded financial damages for his life-altering injuries.</p><p>The tragic death of John Bernecker on the scene of the Walking Dead was enough to temporarily stop production of the eighth season in its tracks.</p><p>The highly-trained stunt performer, 34, who previously worked on “The Hunger Games” and “Logan,” plunged to his death while filming a scene on a balcony that required him to plummet 22 feet to the ground. He missed the safety cushion by “inches,” and hit the concrete floor.</p><p>Minutes before shooting the scene, Bernecker had admitted to another actor that he had never previously done a fall from that height before, with his colleague describing him as being “a little nervous.”</p><p>Following his death, Bernecker’s mother filed a wrongful death lawsuit against the show’s network.</p><p>Bernecker’s colleagues took to Twitter to express their sympathy, with Jeffrey Dean Morgan, who plays Negan, saying “Love, respect, and condolences to johns family, and friends. He will be forever missed.”</p><p>Perhaps one of the most terrifying examples of stunts going wrong is the death of Jose Marco, a Mexican stuntman who was ripped apart by a bull shark while filming scenes for the budget thriller, “Shark!”, which starred Burt Reynolds.</p><p>The shark had been dragged onto the shore, with the aim of making it distressed to get better footage.</p><p>When put back in the water, it immediately went for Marco, puncturing a protective net that was meant to separate the two of them.</p><p>As the shark made its way towards the stunt performer, the crew started firing spear guns at it to no effect and the shark sunk its teeth into Marco, ripping open his abdomen. He died in hospital hours later.</p><p>The movie company capitalized off the stunts man’s death, renaming the film Shark! from its original title Caine, causing the film director to disassociate himself from the film.</p><p> News Corp. is a network of leading companies in the world of diversified media, news, and information services. </p>
One games of the year, and those who have played Red Dead Online are in for a pre-Xmas treat.</p><p>Rockstar Games has revealed that Christmas is coming early to Red Dead Redemption 2 fans with free gold bars being dished out to RDR2 Online fans.</p><p>Those that have taken part in the Red Dead Online beta will be getting a bunch of free gold bars.</p><p>If you have played the Red Dead Online beta anytime between launch and Thursday December 20 you will be eligible for receiving 15 free gold bars.</p><p>The free gold bars will be delivered to Red Dead Redemption 2 fans by Monday December 24.</p><p>An in-game alert when RDR2 fans enter the Red Dead Online beta will also appear to confirm the gift.</p><p>“The awards will begin rolling out today and if you haven’t experienced the Red Dead Online Beta yet, play by Thursday, December 20th for eligibility.</p><p>“All gold bar gifts should be delivered by Monday, December 24th.</p><p>“Keep an eye out for an alert screen when entering the Red Dead Online Beta to confirm the gift.“</p><p>Those who pre-ordered Red Dead Redemption 2, and those that bought the special or ultimate editions, will also get an extra treat.</p><p>Free Red Dead Online dollars will be handed out to these RDR2 fans from Friday December 21.</p><p>Rockstar Games said: “As an added thank you to players who pre-ordered Red Dead Redemption 2, and those who purchased either the Special or Ultimate Edition, we are awarding additional RDO$ gifts.</p><p>“These will be active starting Friday, December 21st and are automatically added to your character’s balance the next time you play Red Dead Online during the Beta and permanently afterwards.”</p><p>• Everyone who pre-ordered: RDO$100 (in addition to Ultimate and Special Edition gifts)</p><p>Rockstar Games also revealed that a new patch - title update 1.05 - has been released.</p><p>This addresses general improvements to fix game stability, save data and to address exploits.</p><p>The Red Dead Redemption 2 makers also outlined upcoming changes coming to Red Dead Online.</p><p>Rockstar Games said: “We have been poring through incoming community input and suggestions and are working on updates for early 2019 to address many popular bits of feedback including some new anti-griefing measures in the works and other updates to improve gameplay balance.</p><p>“We are also working on lots of new features, modes and additional Red Dead Online gameplay content updates that we are very excited to share more about in the new year.</p><p>“Thank you again to all Red Dead players worldwide for your amazing support and feedback contributions.</p><p>“Please stay tuned for more info in the coming weeks and months.”</p><p> See today's front and back pages, download the newspaper, order back issues and use the historic Daily Express newspaper archive.</p>
wn world of Titan, once prosperous, now desolate, and described how his plan to randomly kill half of the population would have saved them.</p><p>“He also points to the worlds he's conquered, which are now apparently thriving.</p><p>“All of this makes it seem like Thanos wants the Infinity Stones so that he can save the universe so that he can save the people of the universe from themselves.</p><p>“But I don't think that's true. With the Stones, Thanos has nigh-omnipotent power.”</p><p>He added: “He could have doubled resources instead of halving the population, for example, or sterilised half of the universe, which would gradually bring population numbers down without killing anybody.</p><p>“But he didn't do that. Why? Not due to lack of creativity, but out of spite.</p><p>“Thanos was furious that his plan to save Titan was ignored, and he viewed the universe at large as a mass of greedy, selfish, base creatures. “They didn't deserve to be saved. So instead, Thanos used the Infinity Gauntlet to punish them, and to teach them a lesson about their own avarice.”</p><p>They said Thanos didn’t just double resource because his people on Titan had said no to his idea to kill half the universe.</p><p>So going ahead with his original plan was the Mad Titan’s way of proving himself right.</p><p> See today's front and back pages, download the newspaper, order back issues and use the historic Daily Express newspaper archive.</p>
sion.</p><p>One of this season’s funniest musicals got its start from . . . Mario Kart.</p><p>So say David Rossmer and Steve Rosen, the writers and stars of off-Broadway’s “The Other Josh Cohen.” In Los Angeles eight years ago, the night before pitching their TV pilot, they figured a little Mario action would calm their nerves.</p><p>“But we never ended up playing it,” Rossmer says, “because the music sounded like a Neil Diamond song!” They pulled a guitar from the wall, and before dawn broke over the Hollywood sign, they had written seven Diamond-esque tunes.</p><p>Well, sort of: The lyrics came from takeout-food menus from places like Manna Korean BBQ. And while their TV pilot never took off (“The woman we met got fired four days later,” says Rosen), they’d started on a musical. With its quirky, New York-y plot set to music — a poor, lovelorn guy receives a mysterious check in the mail — it’s been described as “Seinfeld” meets Rodgers and Hart.</p><p>“We started writing it for nothing but our own joy,” Rossmer tells The Post. “We were both single and feeling unlucky in love, and needed to cheer ourselves up.”</p><p>The 40-ish friends met as teenagers at an arts camp. Paired off randomly for an improv sketch, they spontaneously spilled drinks on each other. “I kept thinking, ‘I gotta meet this guy,’ ” Rosen says. “He’s hilarious!’’</p><p>Years later, they wound up in New York, honing “Cohen” between other writing gigs and acting stints in other projects, including Amazon’s “The Marvelous Mrs. Maisel” series. They weren’t sure how to tie in the music until someone burglarized Rosen’s apartment. What if, they wondered, thieves took everything from Josh except for a single Diamond CD? And so a plot was born.</p><p>“Neil’s the hero of our story,” Rossmer tells The Post.</p><p> News Corp. is a network of leading companies in the world of diversified media, news, and information services. </p>
Shakira charged with tax evasion in Spain after prosecutors say singer failed to pay more than $16.3 million
ritten, or redistributed. ©2018 FOX News Network, LLC. All rights reserved. All market data delayed 20 minutes. </p><p>Spanish prosecutors are charging pop music star Shakira with tax evasion, alleging she failed to pay more than $16.3 million between 2012 and 2014.</p><p>The charges published Friday allege Shakira listed the Bahamas as her official residence for tax purposes during those years but was in fact living in Spain with her partner, Spanish soccer player Gerard Pique.</p><p>Tax rates are much lower in the Bahamas than in Spain.</p><p>Prosecutors in Barcelona say her travel abroad was for short periods because of professional commitments, while most of the year she stayed in Spain. They want her to pay tax in Spain on her worldwide income.</p><p>The Colombian singer officially moved to Spain for tax purposes in 2015, after having two children by Pique.</p><p>A magistrate will assess whether there is enough evidence to put Shakira on trial. Shakira's representatives said they had no immediate comment.</p><p>Prosecutors want Shakira to pay a bond of 19.4 million euros — the amount they say she owes in tax, plus 33 percent, in accordance with Spanish law. Otherwise, they recommend a court freeze of her assets to that amount.</p><p>Shakira was named in the "Paradise Papers" leaks that detailed the offshore tax arrangements of numerous high-profile individuals, including musical celebrities like Madonna and U2's Bono.</p><p>The documents were obtained by German daily Sueddeutsche Zeitung and investigated by Spanish news website El Confidencial.</p><p>Spain's tax authorities referred their probe to the Barcelona prosecutor's office a year ago.</p><p>Sports celebrities have also been in trouble with Spanish tax authorities, including footballers Lionel Messi and Cristiano Ronaldo.</p><p>This material may not be published, broadcast, rewritten, or redistributed. ©2018 FOX News Network, LLC. All rights reserved. All market data delayed 20 minutes.</p>
ritten, or redistributed. ©2018 FOX News Network, LLC. All rights reserved. All market data delayed 20 minutes. </p><p>Fiery actor and 'SNL' star Alec Baldwin has reportedly been arrested in New York City after allegedly punching someone in the face.</p><p>Alec Baldwin was five minutes late for his hosting duties at Wednesday’s RFK Human Rights Ripple of Hope Gala, when a staffer joked, “Was someone holding his parking spot?”</p><p>(He’s pleaded not guilty in his case of alleged misdemeanor assault on a Manhattan motorist.)</p><p>Onstage, Baldwin broke into his Donald Trump impression, and joked that if bids went high enough at the charity event, “You, too, can host the Oscars as your prize. They have an opening!”</p><p>But he later sped out of the gala as fans and photographers snapped shots of him.</p><p>“Make it quick,” he griped of the photos as wife Hilaria trailed after him in high heels.</p><p>Robert De Niro, whom we reported has split from wife Grace Hightower, attended with daughter Drena De Niro as his plus-one.</p><p>Guests also included Dan Rather, Chris Tucker and Cheryl Hines. David Zaslav, Bruce Broussard and New Jersey Gov. Phil Murphy were honored.</p><p>Kerry Kennedy presented an award to President Barack Obama.</p><p>“I’ve been on this hope kick for a while,” Obama told the Ripple of Hope crowd. “Even ran a couple of campaigns on it. Thank you for officially validating my hope credentials.”</p><p>We hear Obama chatted about President Trump backstage, but a source caged, “It was an intellectual conversation.”</p><p>The gala raised more than $6 million, including a record-breaking $200,000 from its live auction that had art by Paul Gerben.</p><p>This material may not be published, broadcast, rewritten, or redistributed. ©2018 FOX News Network, LLC. All rights reserved. All market data delayed 20 minutes.</p>
ritten, or redistributed. ©2018 FOX News Network, LLC. All rights reserved. All market data delayed 20 minutes. </p><p>"The Incredible Hulk" star Lou Ferrigno was hospitalized this week after he claimed a pneumonia vaccine was administered to him improperly.</p><p>"Went in for a pneumonia shot and landed up here with fluid in my bicep," the 67-year-old former bodybuilder captioned a photo of himself with an IV in Providence St. John's Health Center in Santa Monica, Calif., on Wednesday.</p><p>"I'll be ok but it's important that you keep an eye on who's giving the shot and make sure they not only swab the spot correctly but that you watch the needle come out of the package," he wrote.</p><p>He added a series of hashtags reading, "#neveradullmoment #tips #shots#hospitalvisit #louferrigno #illbeok."</p><p>It's unclear which type of pneumonia vaccine Ferrigno received — or where he received it — but he seems to be in good spirits.</p><p>A rep for Ferrigno did not immediately return a request for comment on his recovery.</p><p>This material may not be published, broadcast, rewritten, or redistributed. ©2018 FOX News Network, LLC. All rights reserved. All market data delayed 20 minutes.</p>
op gaming stats for all the years they’ve played on the PS4.</p><p>After logging into your PSN account My PS4 Life gives you a personalised video of your best PlayStation moments.</p><p>Stats My PS4 Life offers includes the first PS4 game you played, the total amount of hours you’ve played across all games and your rarest trophy.</p><p>It also shows you the top three games you’ve put the most amount of hours into and the total number of trophies you've got.</p><p>Then, you just need to log into your PSN account and click the create video button.</p><p>It might take a few minutes for the My PS4 Life video to be ready, but if you can’t wait that long then it’ll get e-mailed to you within 24 hours.</p><p>You can then download your My PS4 Life video to share on social networking sites like Twitter or Facebook.</p><p>One of the most staggering My PS4 Life videos we saw was one gamer whose top game was Overwatch - clocking in almost 2,000 hours on the hit Blizzard shooter.</p><p>Explaining what My PS4 Life is, the official website says: “Take a look back over the games you’ve played, the trophies you’ve earned, and create a unique video that’s all about your PS4 life.”</p><p>They also alerted fans: “This will also opt you in to our marketing emails - but you can opt-out at any time by clicking ‘Unsubscribe’.”</p><p>The official My PS4 Life website added: “It’ll take a minute or two to generate your video, but if you can’t wait, don’t worry - we’ll e-mail it to you within 24 hours, to the email address linked to your PSN ID.”</p><p> See today's front and back pages, download the newspaper, order back issues and use the historic Daily Express newspaper archive.</p>
down to Christmas.</p><p>And the good news for fans is that there's not long to wait before the FUTMAS festivities kick off.</p><p>Running until December 24, EA Sports will release 30 SBC players based on the number they were on their shirts.</p><p>Three players with shirt numbers 30-28 will be available with special Squad Building Challenges on day one, and so on.</p><p>As we wait for the official FUTMAS reveal by EA Sports, fans have been predicting who could feature in the event.</p><p>As seen in the predictions image posted by FUTTraderJ (above), Everton forward Richarlison could appear today, alongside Naldo and Axel Witsel.</p><p>Javier Pastore is expected to follow, as well as Kalidou Koulibaly and Adrien Rabiot.</p><p>José María Giménez, Issa Diop, Benjamin Mendy, Theo Hernández, Andriy Yarmolenko, Nicolas Pépé, Leon Goretzka, Fred and Manuel Akanji are also tipped to appear in the coming days.</p><p>Premier League fans will also be keen to hear that Callum Wilson, Ruben Loftus-Cheek, Lucas Torreira and Gylfi Sigurðsson are predicted for the event.</p><p>The news comes after EA Sports revealed the latest Team of the Week lineup.</p><p>The FIFA 19 TOTW 13 line-up features three Premier League players in the starting eleven.</p><p>This includes Liverpool’s Mo Salah, Chelsa’s N’Golo Kante and Manchester United’s Juan Mata.</p><p>Elsewhere, Raheem Sterling would be named Player of the Month.</p><p> See today's front and back pages, download the newspaper, order back issues and use the historic Daily Express newspaper archive.</p>