Much like the first “It” film in 2017, for the sequel, the studio set up a pop-up to promote the film, located at the corner of Hollywood and Vine in Hollywood, California. While the first pop-up highlighted the Neibolt house, for the sequel, the experience was based around The Derry Canal Days Festival and Funhouse.
The pop-up featured games, merchandise and a haunted funhouse. It was on display during August and September of 2019, but has since closed. The actual film was shot primarily in Ontario, Canada.
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To promote the release of the film “It,” Warner Bros. built a a haunted house on the corner of Hollywood and Vine in Hollywood, California, in which visitors could go inside the Neibolt house, where actors and haunted house theatrics would do their best to scare you.
The real house seen in the film was also a creation of the production. It was built in the town of Oshowa, Ontario, Canada, on the corner of Eulalie Ave and James St.
“The IT Experience: Neibolt House Hollywood” pop-up exhibition was on display for one month, during August and September, 2017. It has since closed. In 2019, the studio built a pop-up for “It Chapter Two” at the same location.
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