Patrick Wilson and Vera Farmiga return as Ed and Lorraine Warren in the latest Conjuring outing, The Conjuring: The Devil Made Me Do It.
After its initial delay, a new trailer has been released for the third film in the series, The Conjuring: The Devil Made Me Do It with Patrick Wilson and Vera Farmiga back, ready to have us all sleeping with the lights on again.
Based on the trial of Arne Cheyenne Johnson, it will follow the Warren’s as they investigate what led Johnson to partake in a brutal murder – one he claimed was a result of demonic possession.
It will be the first of the main Conjuring films to not be directed by James Wan (Aquaman), who did not direct any of the franchise’s spin-offs such as Annabelle or The Nun. In the director’s chair this time is Michael Chaves, director of 2019s The Curse Of La Llorona which served as the sixth film within The Conjuring franchise. Wan remains attached as a producer as well as with a story by credit but it’s nice to see as with the Annabelle films that they are keeping crew from within the franchise.
With each film being a huge success at the box office, it’s no surprise that there’s more to come. Alongside The Conjuring: The Devil Made Me Do It, there’s also an untitled The Nun sequel still in development as well as a new addition to the franchise The Crooked Man.
The Devil Made Me Do It looks like it’s going to have all the trappings of the previous films, so grab your popcorn and get ready for some jumpscares – earlier than expected. UK viewers are getting to see the film a week earlier than the States, with our release date billed as the 28th May 2021. Trailer below!
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