Horror movies are always a cup of tea for especially young generations, due to the chill in the spines they bring to the fans. Till now, two parts of the Conjuring have been released. Now the horror fans are eagerly waiting for the release of the third installment.
Intensely Gripping Plot :
The movie follows the research of the paranormal activities Ed and Lorraine Warren. The third movie is named as Devil Made me do. This will follow their journey in search of a boy’s soul as they encounter many strange things.
This will take people to some other period of previous U.S history to glorify the screen and enhance the intensity further. They will go to any extent to finish their research. Wan might not return to direct the film as he is busy with other projects. So the third installment will be directed by Micheal Chaves.
Unveiling the cast and release dates :
Coming to the cast Patrick Wilson and Vera Farmiga will be as Ed Warren and Lorraine, the paranormal investigators. Megan Ashley Brown drives main characters as young Lorraine Warren, Mitchell Hoog as young Ed Warren, Sarah Catherine Hook as Debbie Glatzel, Charlene Amoia as Judy Glatzel, Shannon Kook as Drew Thomas, Steve Coulter as Father Gordo, Sterling Jerins as Judy Warren, Ronnie Gene Blevins as Alan Bono, Ruairi O’Connor as Arne Cheyenne Johnson, Julian Hilliard as David Glatzel.
Supporting character include Ashley LeConte Campbell as Meryl Dewitt, Ingrid Bisu, Eugenie Bondurant, Stacy Johnson, Davis Osborne as John Beckett, Paul Wilson as Carl Glatzel, Kaleka as Jury Foreman, Mark Rowe as Sergeant Thomas, Andrea Andrade as Katie, Stella Doyle as Mrs. Haskett, Nicky Buggs as Witch Woman, Keith Arthur Bolden as Sgt. Clay, Rebecca Lines as Witch Woman 2 and Fabio William as Bill Ramsey.
Right in 2016, the work for the third installment has started. So the team has announced the release date to their eager fans. That it is going to hit theatres on September 11 of 2020. The trailer was released a year back for the fans to take a glimpse of how the third movie is going to be.