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It Chapter 2 casts James Ransone and Andy Bean

Andy Bean and James Ransone have boarded the cast of the sequel to the horror hit It. The two actors join Jessica Chastain, James McAvoy and Bill Hader in the film, which has been titled It: Chapter Two.

It: Chapter 2 to begin filming this summer in Toronto

Andy Muschietti, who directed the first film, will return to direct the sequel, which is slated to be released on September 6, 2019. The shooting of It: Chapter 2 is set to begin this summer. Bill Skarsgård will return to play don the title role.

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Guy pulls a SPOOKY PRANK in sister's engagement photos; 'hides' Pennywise, the horror clown, everywhere

Playing a mischievous prank, a guy posted photoshopped pictures of his sister's engagement that feature the clown Pennywise in the background. The clicks soon caught the eyes of social media users, and they couldn't stop themselves from retweeting it on Twitter.

Haryana Gram panchayats to have Wi-Fi zones in all villages in two years: Cabinet

“It is only after 2000 that targeted policy for IT and ESDM sector is being launched. It was long overdue, and this policy will enable a tremendous growth in the sector,” the note added.

'IT' clown spotted in an empty movie hall; Twitterati freak out

An eerie incident involving a creepy clown in a theatre in the UK during the screening of IT (a horror flick based on a novel by Stephen King) has left Twitterati completely spooked out.

Income-Tax official arrested in West Bengal, CBI quizzes businessman

 “Dutta reportedly conspired with the other accused, including income tax officials, businessman and CAs for getting I-T files of different companies transferred from Kolkata and Hazaribagh to Ranchi, said a source.

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India poised to lead IoT industry, says IT Secretary

The global IoT market is set to exceed $300 billion by 2020 and with almost 1.9 billion devices to be connected to the internet in India by 2023.

Stephen King's 'It' will hit theaters on September 18, 2017

The film adaptation of Stephen King's 1986 novel "It" is officially set to hit theaters on September 18 next year.

Owe nothing to I-T dept, says Hasan Ali Khan

Says dept can’t frame anybody by ‘assuming things’; ED claims it has fresh leads in the case against him.

Infosys posts 6.6% rise in profit; stock soars 4.28%

Based on the strong performance, the firm upped its revenue projection for the fiscal to the 12.8-13.2 per cent range from the earlier 10-12 per cent.

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