Warner Bros. released a new trailer for their upcoming film adaptation of Stephen King’s hit thriller novel “It” during their panel at San Diego Comic-con International. A week later after SDCC, the studio has finally made the trailer available for everyone. And as expected, it’s packed with creepy Pennywise scenes.

Hear Pennywise speak in the new ‘It’ trailer

The latest trailer begins with a boy’s voice-over while showcasing a few clips of the small town of Derry, Maine. The town is a part of Stephen King’s fictional Maine topography. The voiceover explains that being a kid can make you think that the universe revolves around you, and gives you a false sense of protection.

He also explains that you wouldn’t know that monsters are getting closer to you until it’s already too late.

The trailer then shows a woman placing a poster of a missing child on a utility pole and a few scenes that give us an idea of how “The Losers Club” handles the life of being the misfits. We also see our heroes get on their investigation of the town’s darker secrets and Mark briefly explaining his grandfather’s belief that Derry is under a terrible curse. The trailer also gives us a glimpse at a giant Paul Bunyan statue in the background.

The trailer is also packed with scary scenes and imageries such as the bloody bathroom scene with Beverly, Mr. Keene getting possessed by Pennywise, the room full of clown mannequins, and the infamous monster clown's lair.

However, the highlight of the new trailer revolves around the extended version of the iconic paper boat scene from the previous teaser trailer where we finally hear the creepy voice of Pennywise for the first time. You can watch the new trailer below.

More details regarding the upcoming “It” film

“It” stars Bill Skarsgard as the iconic evil clown Pennywise.

The film’s protagonists “the Losers Club” includes Jaeden Lieberher as Bill Denbrough, Jeremy Ray Taylor as big-boned Ben Hanscom, Finn Wolfhard as Richie Tozier, Wyatt Oleff as Stan Uris, Chosen Jacobs as Mike Hanol, Jack Dylan Grazer as Eddie Kaspbrak, and Sophia Lillis as the tomboy Beverly Marsh.

“It” was adapted as a miniseries back in 1990 with Tim Curry portraying the iconic evil clown Pennywise.

The upcoming film adaptation is directed by Andres Muschietti and based on the script written by Gary Dauberman, Cary Joji Fukunaga, and Chase Palmer.

Stephen King’s “It” is set to hit the theaters on September 8, 2017.