‘The Conjuring 3’ Release Date, Spoilers, News & Update: Sequel to Focus on Ed & Lorraine Warren’s Werewolves Encounter? 2018 Premiere Confirmed?
"The Conjuring 3" has yet to be given an official release date by the people behind the movie; however, several speculations have emerged suggesting that it might come out in 2018. Although the production team has yet to provide the official details of its development, the highly anticipated third installment of the popular horror movie franchise has already become a favorite subject of numerous reports all over the Internet. According to the latest buzz, the new movie will focus on people's encounter with werewolves.
Patrick Wilson and Vera Farmiga are expected to come back in "The Conjuring 3" as paranormal investigators Ed and Lorraine Warren. According to Director James Wan, the team is looking for an "American Werewolf in London" theme for the next installment. Although this has yet to be confirmed, many fans find it interesting how the life of Ed and Lorraine Warren can be connected to a werewolf story.
However, in a report by Cinema Blend, the producers and writers are already exchanging ideas on how they position the story for "The Conjuring 3." There are reports saying that the production company is currently eyeing more than 30 plots based on the real-life experiences of the famous paranormal investigators.
According to a report by IGN, the "The Conjuring 3" could be set in the 80s since the first two installments were set in the decade before that. Apparently, the people behind the movies would want some sort of continuity for the third installment to make sure its signature horror feel stays.
Meanwhile, many people expect "The Conjuring 3" to become a blockbuster sequel once it hits the big screens in 2018. The second installment of the franchise was an immediate hit when it came out in the middle of this year raking in $300 million. Stay tuned for more news and updates with regard to the development and release date of the upcoming movie, "The Conjuring 3."
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