Following the release of the trailer for The Conjuring 3: The Devil made Me Do It, several new images from the upcoming horror sequel are now here to further tease a return to the dark and dismal world of paranormal investigators Ed and Lorraine Warren. The film sees Conspiracy horror film director and maestro James Wan passes the baton to The curse of La Llorona filmmaker Michael Chaves.
While one of the images gives off a very Exorcist vibe, director Michael Chaves has now described the project as being much more like David Fincher’s classic serial killer, Se7en. “One of the things that [series creator] James [Wan] and I connected by doing The Curse of La Llorona shared a lot of the same favorite movies, and one of them is Se7en, “says the director.” We both love this movie, and so when it came to me seeing with that script, it was basically like, ‘This is Se7en, but in the Conjuring Universe.’ And he knew it was like catnip to me. “
The Conjuring: The Devil Made Me Do It will once again reveal a chilling tale of terror, murder and unknown evil that will shock even our experienced and fearless real-life paranormal investigators Ed and Lorraine Warren. One of the most sensational cases on their records, it begins with a fight for the soul of a young boy and then takes them beyond anything they had ever seen before, to mark the first time in the history of the United States that a murder suspect would claim demonic. possession as a defense.
As these newly released images show, Ed and Lorraine Warren, played once again by Patrick Wilson and Vera Farmiga, will once again find themselves in deeply disturbing, often terrifying situations as they attempt to stay alive and to put an end to this mysterious evil force. . Unlike the usual ConjuringSet up however, the third film in the franchise moves away from the haunted house idea and instead will explore one of the Warrens’ most famous cases, the Arne Johnson murder trial, played by Ruairi O ‘Connor. In 1981, Johnson killed his owner and became the first person in American history to claim demonic possession as his defense. Breaking tradition is not something Chaves has taken lightly, but he is very happy with the results of this new direction.
“It really takes the Warrens to unknown places,” Chaves explained. “As a fan of the franchise, I was honestly very nervous at first, breaking away from convention, breaking with a lot of things that are traditional, but I think what we did was really weave the language and the things you want. from a conjuring film – the scares, the Warrens, their relationship – and [pushed them] to the limits in this really fresh and exciting new direction. “
Directed by Michael Chaves with a screenplay by David Leslie Johnson-McGoldrick, and based on a story by Johnson-McGoldrick and James Wan, The Conjuring: The Devil Made Me Do It set to hit theaters and HBO Max on June 4, 2021 and promises to be the “darkest” and “biggest” Conjuring film again. It comes to us thanks to IGN.
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