Alamo Drafthouse Sets ‘Clowns-Only’ Screenings of ‘It: Chapter Two’

The-class film addicts at Alamo Drafthouse have arranged a progression of “comedians just” screenings of the film at 17 theater areas.

Bill Skarsgård as Pennywise the Clown in “It”

Send in the comedians. In festivity of the across the country’s arrival of “It: Chapter Two” on September 5, the-class film addicts at Alamo Drafthouse have arranged a progression of “jokesters just” screenings of the film at 17 theater areas. Alamo Drafthouse facilitated these screenings for the primary movie in executive Andy Muschietti’s blood and gore movie arrangement to sold-out accomplishment in only two areas.

Alamo Drafthouse says Moviegoers are “urged to come dressed as a jokester – the wig, the cosmetics, the larger than average jeans and suspenders, the blood-turning sour cosmetics — and sit through this coulrophobia-prompting dread fest with a performance center brimming with individual comedians.” Full subtleties on screenings the nation over are accessible through Alamo Drafthouse, with comedians just introductions wherever from Charlottesville to Los Angeles.

Who doesn’t love the bizarre display of watching comedians turn out in huge numbers to the help of their neighborhood cinema? Austin-based venue chain Alamo Drafthouse has facilitated extraordinary screenings for other hit films before, including every female introduction of chief Patty Jenkins’ DC crush “Miracle Woman” back in summer 2017 — a lot to the vexation of fanboys and even a lawyer. This mid-year, Alamo Drafthouse opened its first Southern California area in downtown Los Angeles.