Fans of The Conjuring franchise have reason to celebrate! New Line is officially working on the fourth installment in the franchise. The Conjuring 4 is in the works.
Screenwriter and producer David Leslie Johnson-McGoldrick, who wrote The Conjuring 2 and The Conjuring: The Devil Made Me Do It, is signing on for the new film. Additionally, Vera Farmiga and Patrick Wilson are expected to reprise their roles as paranormal investigator Ed and Lorraine Warren, although no deals have been confirmed yet.
Farmiga had previously warned that The Conjuring: The Devil Made Me Do It would have audiences soiling themselves in fear. When she appeared on Smallzy’s Celebrity Small Talk, host Kent Small jokingly suggested that two pairs of underwear were needed towatch the film.
Farmiga laughed: “It’s a real colon cleanse, isn’t it?”
Patrick Wilson Says Some Weird Things Happened on The Conjuring
Wilson has also spoken on his work on the film, saying that he had never been scared of anything when filming the horror movies, including scenes with the infamous possessed Annabelle doll. Though, he teased that were some spooky moments when they were shooting the original film, The Conjuring.
“There were some weird things on the first one but not really on anything else.” Wilson revealed.
The Warrens investigated the Annabelle case in 1970, when a student nurse contacted them to claim a Raggedy Ann doll was inhabited by an evil demon. The doll is housed at the Warrens occult museum. And it has been one of the main antagonists in The Conjuring Universe.
Wilson has been up close with the real doll. However, he insists he was never scared by the toy potentially being possessed.
“I’ve been in there, to the Warrens’ house, where the real Annabelle is and, like, we made ours. Ours is a prop, there’s like eight of them, they’re like dolls! To me, they’re just creepy dolls and there’s no reason that those dolls should actually scare people.” Wilson added.
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