It castJessica Chastain has already thrown her hat in the ring to play grown-up Bev in the "It" sequel, but who else should be cast as the adult versions of the Pennywise-haunted kids?

The young cast of the hit horror film talked to ET Online before the movie's DVD release and chose who they'd like to see play them as adults.

Jeremy Ray Taylor, who plays bullied bibliophile Ben, opted for Chris Pratt. "He becomes a big, hunky boy, so I think that'd fit perfectly," costar Wyatt Oleff said.

Oleff played young Peter Quill in "Guardians of the Galaxy," but he opted for a certain former child star as the adult Stanley instead. "I would say Joseph Gordon-Levitt. I think we have some similar facial features and ... if they kind of tighten up the curls, I think [it could work]."

Sophia Lillis, who plays Bev, enthusiastically chose fellow redhead Chastain. The "Molly's Game" star previously worked with "It" director Andy Muschietti on the horror film "Mama."

And Jaeden Lieberher (Bill), said he'd love to see Christian Bale as the adult Pennywise hunter. "That would be cool."

Finn Wolfhard (who plays foul-mouthed Richie), Chosen Jacobs (Mike) and Jack Dylan Grazer (asthmatic Eddie) weren't part of the interview. When previously asked about it, Jacobs opted for "Black Panther" star Chadwick Boseman, while Wolfhard chose Bill Hader and Grazer named Jake Gyllenhaal.

The "It" sequel won't be out until September 2019, but you can buy "It" on DVD or Blu-ray on January 9, 2018. The digital version will be available December 19.

[Via ET]