It is very difficult to make a good horror movie. Too often, moviemakers think they have the perfect formula. They believe that they have made the scariest movie ever. But, fans end up laughing more than they are scared. They find the movie to be cheesy and the “great” horror movie flops.
The Conjuring movies, however, have managed to make some of the greatest horror movies ever. Conjuring 1 and Conjuring 2 were both scary and eery. They did not overdo the horror elements. It is just perfect. This is why fans love the series. The Conjuring movies are able to actually scare them. To keep building on the success of this universe, Warner Bros. is making Conjuring 3. The title of the third movie is also out. The title will be “The Conjuring 3: The Devil Made Me Do It”.
The Conjuring 3: Release Date
There is good news for fans. Warner Bros. has officially announced the release date of the third movie. Conjuring 3 will release in theatres worldwide on September 11, 2020. This is assuming that the Coronavirus has seceded by then. If not, Warner Bros. will have to delay the release date to an unknown future date. But, for now, the date is set as September 11. Fans can now officially mark their calendars.
The Conjuring 3: Plot
The Conjuring movies take their plot from real-life experiences of Ed and Lorraine Warren. The Warrens are paranormal investigators. So, the plot of the third movie will be based on the trial of Arne Cheyenne Johnson. In 1981, Johnson, who was facing trial for murder, claimed that a devil had made him do it. Moreover, he said that the devil had possessed his 11-year-old neighbour and forced him to do it. Therefore, the Warrens had come to investigate whether this was true. This will be the plot of the movie.
Vera Farmiga is coming back as Lorraine Warren. Additionally, Patrick Wilson will also be coming as Ed Warren. These are the two main characters of all the Conjuring movies. Unlike the last two movies, James Wan will not be directing Conjuring 3. Michael Chaves, the director of “The Curse of La Llorona” is the director. Ruairi Connor will play the role of Arne Johnson, the man on trial. Julian Hilliard will play the supposedly “possessed” boy David Glatzel.
There is no trailer for the movie yet but Warner Bros. should release it soon enough. The wait for fans should end in a few months. Until then, they can enjoy the other movies from the Conjuring universe.