Las Vegas-- Warner Bros. is looking to bring horror lovers back to the theaters in 2019 and beyond. Following this month’s release of “The Curse of La Llorona,” the studio will be releasing another installment in “The Conjuring” universe this summer, followed by the highly anticipated sequel to 2017’s “It.”

On Tuesday, during the studio’s CinemaCon presentation in Las Vegas, the cast, which includes the young actors from the first film and their new, adult counterparts from the sequel, made an appearance alongside director Andy Muschietti to debut the first-ever footage from the follow-up.

According to Muschietti, it was important for him to locate talent that exemplified the same “energy” and “DNA, in a way” of his child stars. “I wanted the adult Losers [Club] to be believable,” he said. “It was a journey of finding and looking and I’m proud to say all the people I wanted in the movie landed in it.”

On stage, actress Sophia Lillis said she was certain Jessica Chastain would portray the older version of her character Beverly, while Finn Wolfhard said he felt the same about his Richie counterpart, played by Bill Hader.

The first footage of the film centered around Chastain. In the preview, she is shown arriving at her father’s apartment in Derry only to be told by its current tenant, a senior named Ms. Kersh, that her father has died. Still, the woman invites her in and that’s when the true horror begins to unfolds.

After inviting Beverly to have tea, flies can be seen gathering on a nearby window and an odd marking is shown on the old woman’s chest.

“You feel like you could just about die,” the woman says, referring to the heat, before adding, “No one who dies here every really dies.”

When Beverly notices a picture that appears to be a young girl posing with what appears to be a human-like Pennywise at a circus and attempts to leave, the woman scatters about the apartment naked and exclaims, “I was always daddy’s little girl.”

The rest of the trailer includes shots of the film’s iconic red balloons and ends with a closeup of Pennywise. Bill Skarsgard’s character ends the preview by simply saying, “Hello.”

“It: Chapter Two” screams into theaters on Sept. 6.