You'll float too, kids.

Parents in Australia are raising concerns about posters for the "IT" sequel, titled "IT Chapter Two," claiming the billboards of Pennywise are giving their young children nightmares. The large posters feature a close-up of Pennywise's face, smiling an evil grin. 

He’s waited 27 years. Watch the new trailer now.#ITMoviepic.twitter.com/gNbTV4Gqui

— IT Chapter Two (@ITMovieOfficial)July 18, 2019

One parent has filed a complaint with Ad Standards, which said it will not remove the billboards. The film is classified as MA15+ in Australia, which means only children over the age of 15 are allowed to see the film without parental guidance. That parent has argued that advertising for films with MA15+ ratings should be restricted. Another mother said her 9-year-old daughter is having trouble sleeping since seeing the billboard, and that it's giving her daughter nightmares.

The film debuts in the United States on Sept. 6. It's the final installment of the series inspired by novelist Stephen King.

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