The Conjuring: The Devil Made Me Do It

The Conjuring: The Devil Made Me Do It

The Conjuring: The Devil Made Me Do It

Directed by Michael Chaves
Produced by
Screenplay by David Leslie Johnson-McGoldrick
Story by
Starring
Music by Joseph Bishara
Cinematography Michael Burgess
Edited by Peter Gvozdas
Christian Wagner
Production
companies
Distributed by Warner Bros. Pictures
Release date
  • June 4, 2021 (United States)
Country United States
Language English

The Conjuring: The Devil Made Me Do It

The Conjuring: The Devil Made Me Do It (also known as The Conjuring 3) is an upcoming American horror film directed by Michael Leslie and written by David Leslie Johnson-McGoldrick and James Vaughan. The film is a sequel to The Conjuring of 2013 and The Conjuring 2 of 2016, and is the eighth installment in the Conjuring Universe franchise.

Patrick Wilson and Vera Farmiga will play their roles as extraordinary investigators and writers Ed and Lauren Warren. Van and Peter Zafran return to co-produce the project. The film is based on a 1981 murder trial in Connecticut.

Initial development of the third conjuring film began in 2016, but Van stated that he will not be directing another film in the series due to scheduling inconsistencies with other projects. Zafran confirmed that the next film will not be a haunted house.

By June 2017, with David Leslie Johnson hired to write the screenplay, the third installment was officially announced to be in development. Michael Chavez has been announced as the film’s director after previously directing The Curse of La Lorona.

The Conjuring: The Devil Made Me Do It Cast

  • Vera Farmiga as Lorraine Warren
  • Megan Ashley Brown as young Lorraine Warren
  • Patrick Wilson as Ed Warren
  • Mitchell Hoog as young Ed Warren
  • Ruairi O’Connor as Arne Cheyenne Johnson
  • Sarah Catherine Hook as Debbie Glatzel
  • Julian Hilliard as David Glatzel
  • Charlene Amoia as Judy Glatzel
  • Paul Wilson as Carl Glatzel
  • John Noble
  • Sterling Jerins as Judy Warren
  • Shannon Kook as Drew Thomas
  • Steve Coulter as Father Gordon
  • Ronnie Gene Blevins as Bruno Sauls
  • Ingrid Bisu
  • Eugenie Bondurant as the occultist
  • Stacy Johnson
  • Davis Osborne as John Beckett
  • Ashley LeConte Campbell as Meryl Dewitt
  • Mark Rowe as Sergeant Thomas
  • Kaleka as Jury Foreman
  • Andrea Andrade as Katie
  • Stella Doyle as Mrs. Haskett
  • Keith Arthur Bolden as Sergeant Clay
  • Nicky Buggs as witch woman #1
  • Rebecca Lines as witch woman #2
  • Fabio William as Bill Ramsey

Premise

It reveals an interesting story of a horrific murder and unknown evil that shocked even the most experienced real-life extraordinary investigators, Ed and Lauren Warren. One of the most emotional cases from their files begins with the fight for the soul of a young man, and then for the first time in U.S. history marks the murder of a murder suspect who goes beyond what has been seen before before being marked as possessing satanic property.

Production

In October 2018, it was announced that The Conjuring 3 would not be directed by Van but will be directed by The Curse of La Lorona director Michael Chavez. Van stated that he was impressed when he worked with him on the curse of La Calora.

In December 2018, Van confirmed the plot details of the film. “For the first time in American history, I think defendants’ property was used as a pretext, as an excuse,” Van spoke with Bloody disgusting

Filming

The Conjuring: The Devil Made Me Do It was filmed on June 3, 2019 in Atlanta, Georgia. On August 15, 2019, Farmiga announced that he had completed the shooting of his film and that the shooting was over 80 days later.

Release date

The Conjuring: The Devil Made Me Do will be released in theaters in the United States on June 4, 2021, and will be distributed by Warner Bros. Pictures and New Line Cinemas.

The Conjuring: The Devil’s Made Me Do It HBO Max will stream both services simultaneously for one month, after which the film will be removed from service as part of its plan for all films in 2021 during the normal home media release schedule. Covid-19, which was earlier slated to release on September 11, 2020, was delayed due to pandemic theaters and the film industry.

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