'The Conjuring' Director Confirms Horrifying Real Story Behind Third Film
The Conjuring has come a long way since the malevolent witch Bathsheba first reigned terror over the Perron family.
It was grown into a universe of horrifying films leading us into dark, unknown territories filled with possessed dolls and demonic nuns.
While we still simultaneously buzz and quake in boots at the release of spin-off movies, it's undoubtably the main thread of The Conjuring films at the heart of the terrifying horror world.
Now, we've been given a glimpse into the next installment in the series, which will this time be led by The Curse of La Llorona director, Michael Chaves.
Speaking with Bloody Disgusting, the director of the first two films, James Wan, revealed: "All The Conjuring films are based on the case files, so they're more based on the true story aspect of the real life Warrens.
"I think that's important. It's important that the mothership stays true to the inspiration of the real people.
"The spinoffs are where we get to have more fun and do weird and wonderful crazy things. The mothership of it being The Conjuring films, we want it to come back to the real stuff."
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He continued: "It's not necessarily based on an artefact but it's based on one of the Warrens' case files..
"It's this guy who was on trial for committing a murder, I think it's the first time in America's history where the defendant used possessions as a reason, as an excuse."
The new film is set to explore the sinister and dark case of Arne Cheyenne Johnson who attempted a murder trial defence of 'guilty by reason of demonic possession', according to The New York Times.
The Curse of La Llorona will be in cinemas from 19th April 2019.
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