The Conjuring 3: The Devil Made Me Do It is expected to bring in a new kind of terror, find out what sets the third installment apart from the previous two films; including release date, plot, and more.
This article was recently reviewed and is up to date as of September 21, 2020.
The Conjuring is one of the most celebrated horror franchises and fans just can't wait for the third flick to be released. Well, great news! The terrifying film is set to release soon.
We will see Ed and Lorraine Warren back in another chilling paranormal quest for The Conjuring 3: The Devil Made Me Do It.
But while Ed and Lorraine reprise their roles, some things are just not the same for the third installment.
Here's how The Conjuring 3 is different compared to the previous movies and all the updates you need to know regarding the film.
First of all, The Conjuring 3: The Devil Made Me Do It has a new director. Former director James Wan is now replaced by Michael Chaves. Wan was the brilliant director behind acclaimed horror films which includes Saw, Dead Silence, Insidious, and the first two The Conjuring films.
However, Wan already announced in 2018 that Chaves will be replacing him, saying he was impressed by Chaves while working with him in The Curse of La Llorona, where Chaves was the director. Well if the master of horror himself says so, it's fair to give him a chance.
New Settings, New Hauntings
Unlike the previous The Conjuring films which were mostly shot inside a haunted house, The Conjuring 3 includes more scenes shot in the courtroom, following an investigation of a suspect's claim of demonic possession on a court trial. The third film is also expected to incorporate drama with the usual horror hauntings.
The film was first set to release on September 11, 2020, distributed by Warner Bros. Pictures and New Line Cinema. However, it has since been delayed to June 4, 2021
The third film in the Conjuring franchise ensues the trial of Arne Cheyenne Johnson, the first known court case in the US where the defendant denied personal responsibility of the crime committed and blamed demonic possession.
According to public records, before the killing, Ed and Lorraine were called to deal with the possession of the younger brother of Arne's fiancée. The same demon was said to have transferred to Arne causing him to commit the killing.
It is not yet clear how they will carry out the story based on the real events, however, it's worth noting that in real life, Arne was found guilty and was charged with 10-20 years, although he only served five.
The trial attracted media attention from all around the world.
Vera Farmiga and Patrick Wilson will reprise their roles as Ed and Lorraine Warren. Ruairi O'Connor will portray Arne Cheyenne Johnson. Ronnie Gene Blevins will play as Alan Bono. Sarah Catherine Hook will be Debbie Glatzel. Julian Hilliard will play as David Glatzel. Charlene Amoia will portray Judy Glatzel while Paul Wilson plays as Carl Glatzel.
There's no official trailer for the movie yet.