It looks like Pennywise will have a presence at this year's Comic-Con, because in addition to featuring an advance screening of Annabelle: Creation, New Line Cinema's ScareDiego event will include new footage from the upcoming IT movie.

Check here to read our latest Comic-Con coverage live from San Diego, and read on for the official ScareDiego details:

"“ScareDiego” will take place in San Diego on Wednesday, July 19 at 9pm at UA Horton Plaza 8 and will terrify fans with never-before-seen footage from the horror thriller IT followed by a special advance screening of ANNABELLE: CREATION

ANNABELLE: CREATION is the latest feature in the CONJURING horror-verse and has a 100% certified fresh rating on Rotten Tomatoes. The 3 films in The Conjuring universe (THE CONJURING, THE CONJURING 2, ANNABELLE) have a combined box office of $897 million worldwide

“ScareDiego” will be Andy Muschietti’s (IT director) first time presenting at Comic-Con. He will introduce fans to members of THE LOSERS’ CLUB including Finn Wolfhard, Jack Dylan Grazer, Wyatt Oleff, Chosen Jacobs, Sophia Lillis, and Jeremy Ray Taylor, along with giving fans a sneak peek at exclusive IT footage. The IT trailer shattered records earlier this year when it notched 197 million views globally within 24 hours, becoming the most viewed trailer ever during that time frame

In advance of the ANNABELLE: CREATION screening, director David F. Sandberg (LIGHTS OUT), in his first appearance at Comic Con, will introduce the film and engage in a brief Q&A with stars Stephanie Sigman, Talitha Bateman, Lulu Wilson and Anthony LaPaglia

Uniting fans across the U.S., 26 additional sold out screenings of ANNABELLE: CREATION will take place on Wednesday night"

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