'It' Producer Hints at JD Harmeyer Cameo in Horror Sequel

Seth Grahame-Smith's tweet comes in response to Richard Christy's “Guardians of the Galaxy Vol 2” cameo

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Best-selling author, screenwriter, and Hollywood producer Seth Grahame-Smith dropped major Stern Show-related news Monday morning when he teased he was considering casting staffer JD Harmeyer for a cameo in the sequel to "It," the upcoming horror movie he produced.

The tweet came as a response to Richard Christy's appearance in James Gunn's new Marvel flick, "Guardians of the Galaxy Vol 2":

Directed by Andrés Muschietti and adapted from one of Stephen King's most beloved novels, "It" tells the story of a group of children in Maine who band together to fight Pennywise (Bill Skarsgård), an evil clown wreaking havoc on their small town. Though a sequel had been previously announced, plot details as well as the character JD might potentially play are both unknown.

In addition to producing "It," Grahame-Smith is the best-selling author of "Pride and Prejudice and Zombies" and one of the screenwriters behind the recent "Lego Batman" film. He's also credited as the script writer for the in-development "Beetlejuice 2," though it's unclear if he plans to cast the Wack Packer of the same name.

"It" hits theaters Sept. 8. Check out the latest trailer (below).