If you think It director Andy Muschietti is above killing multiple children on screen, then consider yourself very, very wrong! There are multiple fliers all over town showing missing children, as well as a few deeply disturbing flashbacks to dead Georgie (one of which sees adult Bill, played by James McAvoy, having to drown his screaming younger brother).
Another notable tragic death goes down when adorable little girl Victoria (Ryan Kiera Armstrong), who has a birthmark on her cheek, is lured below the bleachers of a little league game by Pennywise. He proceeds to befriend her by bonding over how they're both ostracized for their appearances. He gets her to lean in, and then CHOMP — he unhinges his jaw and she's gone.
The scariest of all the kid deaths in the sequel has to be that of Dean (Luke Roessler), who interacts with both adult Richie (Bill Hader) in a hilarious scene in a Chinese restaurant, as well as adult Bill, who finds out Dean now lives in his old home. He warns Dean to steer clear of the "voices" in his drain, but Pennywise tracks him to the carnival's hall of mirrors. Bill tries to save him but it's no use — the clown eats Dean in a spectacular spray of blood and guts right in front of him.