The Conjuring series has proven to be one of the most successful horror film franchises. Moreover, the stories are always based on some true events which terrorize us more and send chills down our spines. Every time Ed Warren and Lorraine Warren investigate a case, things get scary. And their feud with the devil is never pretty. The Conjuring: Devil Made Me Do It, is the third part of the horror movie franchise. Also, the latest installment will bring the stars of the movie, Vera Farmiga and Patrick Wilson back in their famous roles of paranormal investigators, Ed and Lorraine Warren. The fans of the horror franchisee are already blown with the new trailer of the latest installment. And they can’t keep their excitement anymore.
The New line Cinema dropped the trailer today. The comment section is filled with horror, and how badly people are waiting for the film to release. Director James Wan, who started the franchise back in 2013 is also returning as the producer alongside Peter Safran. Wan is known for his style of presenting a story. He has also created other horror movies such as Insidious, Saw, and Annabelle. Wan also directed Aquaman and is currently working on Aquaman 2.
The trailer is out, other details regarding the movie are also announced. So, let’s go ahead and find out more about the movie. Also, do not forget to watch the trailer, we will link it down below.
The Conjuring: Devil Made Me do It Trailer- The Warren’s Encounter With New Devil
The trailer for the new movie is undoubtedly different than the previous installments. Even though the former ones are also based on a true story just like this one, we never experienced any murder. This time, the Warrens will fight a Demonic Identity but they will also solve a murder case.
Based on the Arne Cheyenne Johnson case which shook the US, the trailer of the new film gives us a glimpse of devils, court, and the Warrens fighting for their lives.
The trailer begins with a man who has supposedly committed a crime. However, after conviction, he claims that he committed the crime because he was passed by a demonic entity. To look further into the situation, Ed and Lorraine step into the crime scene. The two investigate and encounter the devil, and somehow get trapped themselves. Will they be able to free themself and the others from the demonic possession?
You’ll find out soon. The film is slated to release on June 4, 2021. It will release in theatres, on Imax, and on HBO Max. people will be able to enjoy the film on HBO Max for the next 31 days of its release. People with HBO Max can easily stream it, however, those who can’t reach the cinema because of the pandemic can enjoy the film by taking a subscription.
Initially, the film was supposed to debut in theatres on September 20. But, due to the saddening condition of the world, the release was pushed back.
Watch the new trailer down below:
The Conjuring: Devil Made Me Do It Cast
The upcoming movie brings back the stars of the movie Patrick Wilson and Vera Farmiga as world-class renowned paranormal investigators, Ed and Lorraine Warren. Joining them are Ruairi O’Connor (The Spanish Princess, The Postcard Killings), Sarah Catherine Hook (NOS4A2), and Julian Hilliard (WandaVision, The Haunting of the Hill House).
Michael Chavel, who earlier helmed Conjuring-adjacent film The Curse of La Llorona will direct the latest franchise. While David Leslie Johnson-McGoldrick (The Conjuring 2, Aquaman) has penned down the screenplay. McGoldrick has also drafted the story alongside producer, James Wan. Lastly, the characters are created by Chad Hayes and Carey W. Hayes.
The film is based on the trial of Arne Cheyenne Johnson, a murder case that took place in 1981, in Connecticut. The idea of the film was birthed in 2016, however, James Wan decided that he will not direct another part of the movie due to his busy schedule. Also, Safran announced in 2016 that the third part will not be based out of a haunted house. The development of the movie begins in 2017, and after 4 years and a whole pandemic, it is here. Make sure to watch the film with a new twist to the story.