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Did you spot these hidden secrets and small details in IT: Chapter 2? Subscribe to our channel: http://bit.ly/Subscribe-to-Screenrant
It Chapter 2 is packed full of easter eggs. We know it’s not easy to sift through and pick them out on your own, so let us give you a hand with 21 details that you may have missed.
There are, of course, the cameos. Some are more obvious, like Stephen King’s appearance in the Secondhand Rose. Others, however, are harder to spot. There’s the Canadian director Xavier Dolan, IT’s director Andrés Muschietti, a cast member from the 1990 IT miniseries and even an old real-life rival of King’s.
Some of the most iconic lines in IT 2 are pulled directly from other films and TV shows like the 1990 IT and three other all-time horror classics: Christine, the Stephen King adaptation about a murderous car; John Carpenter’s The Thing about a shapeshifting monster in Antarctica; and of course, The Shining. There are also a ton of callbacks to the first IT movie, like the scars on Mrs. Kersh’s chest, or the photos on her wall. Some references even manifest themselves through freaky, Freudian casting decisions.
Nods to the original book figure very prominently as well. Some of them are just small details, like Stan’s love of birds. Others are bigger, like brief sightings of Maturin the turtle, who apparently created the universe with barf.
Some of the most surprising revelations, aside from all the Meg Ryan references, come from the real-world, political roots of the novel, which are more nuanced than you might expect.
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