The evil sister of ‘The Conjuring Universe’ is getting all the plaudits and applause out there at least in the terms of the collection because The Nun arouses to an impressive $77.5M height at the international box office this weekend. The debut of the deadly Nun came in with extraordinary numbers to earn the title of being the biggest overseas of all films in the Conjuring universe. She’s haunting 60 markets at the moment from which, the demon got No.1 starts in 54.
The movie has opened some big implications about the lives of Ed Warren (Patrick Wilson) and Lorraine Warren (Vera Farmiga) and has led us to the very first movie of the Conjuring universe. The Nun is getting a mix of reviews from the audiences with some being disappointed with the storyline and some just getting their heartbeats down with the demon Valak.
But, the Nun is now a past for the Conjuring series and fans desperately want to know something about next year’s Annabelle 3. In April 2018, Warner Bros. announced July 3, 2019, as the release date for the as-yet-untitled film in the Conjuring Universe. Later that month, it was announced that Gary Dauberman has been signed to write and direct the film which is going to be his directorial debut and the movie he’ll take care of will be a third Annabelle film with James Wan and Peter Safran Co-Producing the project.
Wan and Safran have revealed that the movie is set all about the events Annabelle and would shift focus on the doll after she was kept in the glass box in the Warrens’ Museum. Also, Michael Burgess has been hired as the film’s cinematographer and the production will start from this year’s October in Los Angeles with Wilson and Farmiga again reprising their roles despite being rumors of a new pair taking up their place.
Dauberman confirms that the movie is going to throw a big light and will revolve around the most-talkative and the scariest place of the Conjuring universe i.e., The Warrens’ Museum and a lot of events are going to take place in Warren’s house and will be ‘The Night at the museum’ of horror flicks. It has always been a very fascinating sight for the fans of watching the deadliest of demon entity Annabelle being right in the middle of a room full of other strong demonic entities.
Just to refresh your movie, Annabelle was a doll possessed by an evil entity and this truth about the doll got revealed when a couple named John Form founds a perfect gift for his expectant wife Mia, a vintage doll in a beautiful white dress. But, the couple’s happiness was torn apart when a set of devil worshippers invade in their home and attacked the couple and when the cultists try to summon a demon, they just simply smear a bloody rune on the nursery wall and dripped blood on Mia’s doll and turned the beautiful doll into a house of evil.
But here’s the strange part about the movie as movie Director Dauberman has made an unexpected comparison with DC series Swamp Thing and the fans all over the world are getting a lot of curiosity in their hinds in comparison with excitement. Director also stated that Judy, the 10-year-old daughter of Ed and Lorraine will awaken the evil within that room. The cursed room has fascinated the little girl in many chapters of the Conjuring universe and we all saw this coming because that room was so dark and full of a lot of demonic powers and it’s unimaginable to live in a house with a room like this in it.
Thus, it’s going to be amazing to witness a fight between Ed and Lorraine because this time the demon will attack the daughter of the pair who has been saving the lives of people for some years now. But, what will they do when the evil will come after their own daughter.
So, fans have to wait for some months before getting their eyes on the biggest fight of Warrens’ career in order to save their own daughter from the evil. The movie is scheduled to premiere in theatres next summer and for as for now, the fans have the Nun to wreck their nerves.
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