As the San Diego Comic Con 2018 is inching closer, more and more information about the films set to getting showcased at the prestigious event have started pouring in. New Line Cinema is reportedly holding the second annual ScareDiego preview night this year to introduce its slate of upcoming horror films including IT Chapter Two and The Nun.
Last year, New Line offered fans the first teaser for The Nun as well as previews for the first It movie, and Annabelle: Creation. This year, the film studio will be back again with its second ScareDiego preview night that will likely feature previews of both IT Chapter Two and extended scenes from the forthcoming Conjuring universe spin-off, The Nun. Creatives and cast members from both films are expected to be in attendance for the event. The Deadline report claims there will also be some surprise movie announcements during the event.
Warner Bros. recently released a picture of the adult version of the Losers’ Club teasing the start of production work on Andy Muschietti’s IT Chapter Two. Fans can expect a teaser show off at the event. The film picks up 27 years after the events of the original story. It is likely that the newly added actors Jessica Chastain, James McAvoy, Bill Hader, Jay Ryan, Andy Bean, James Ransone and Isaiah Mustafa along with Bill Skarsgard will stop by to get fans excited.
As for The Nun which is just a couple of months away from release, it is expected that the Conjuring spin-off will get a big showcase during the event likely with director Corin Hardy in attendance. The surprise announcements may include previews of the films which are currently in pipeline including Annabelle 3, The Conjuring 3, and a spin-off centered on The Crooked Man.
The SDCC ScareDiego preview night event is slated to take place on Wednesday, July 18, at 9:30 PM MST at the Horton Grand Theatre in the Gaslamp District.
The Nun will debut in theatres on Sept. 7, 2018, and IT Chapter Two will hit theaters on Sept. 6, 2019.
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