Ransone will star in the follow-up to the hit 2017 horror film as the adult version of Eddie Kaspbrak, who was played by Jack Dylan Grazer in the first film, while Bean will portray the older version of Stanley Uris, originally played by Wyatt Oleff.
Casting for It 2 is heating up, and yet another terrific actor is joining the sequel to play the adult counterpart of one of the lovable kids from the first film.
"It: Chapter 2" has found another addition to its cast of Losers, as Andy Bean is set to play Stanley in "It: Chapter 2", sources tell Variety. He's appeared in Sinister (and Sinister 2, but let's forget that), Tangerine, HBO's The Wire, and the Amazon series Bosch. The young Bill was played by Jaeden Lieberher. Who would you cast in the remaining roles?
Jessica is playing the spunky Beverly Marsh, the lone female in the group (and arugably its bravest member), taking over Sophia Lillis, who played a young Beverly.
While Chastain, Hader and McAvoy are all relatively big names, Ransone and Bean less well-known.
Andy Muschietti and Gary Dauberman are back as director and screenwriter, while Barbara Muschietti, Dan Lin and Roy Lee will be producing the film. That seems to be in line with rumors that suggest that the rest of the cast beyond Chastain, Hader and McAvoy will consist of more-obscure character actors.
Though the adult version of the Losers Club is coming together, the film will still need to cast Ben, Mike and Stan to round off their cast.
Now we know what Eddie from "IT" looks like as an adult.
Fans will have to wait until 6 September next year to see just what happens to the Loser Club. Stay tuned as more details on this project come out.