THE CONJURING: THE DEVIL MADE ME DO IT (2021) First trailer released!

 

The Conjuring: The Devil Made Me Do It has been rated ‘R’ by the MPA for “Terror, Violence, and some disturbing images.”

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The Conjuring: The Devil Made Me Do It is a 2021 American supernatural horror film directed by Michael Chaves (The Curse of La Llorona; short: The Maiden) from a screenplay written by David Leslie Johnson (The Walking DeadDungeons & Dragons; Red Riding Hood; Orphan), based on a story by Johnson and James Wan. The latter returned as co-producer alongside Peter Safran for his Atomic Monster production company.

David Leslie Johnson co-wrote the previous entry, which grossed $320 million at the box office worldwide even before residuals such as Blu-ray, DVD and streaming sales.

The soundtrack score was composed by Joseph Bishara (Malignant; The Unholy; Dreamkatcher; Insidious franchise; Annabelle; The Convent)

Plot:

The Devil Made Me Do It reveals a chilling story of terror, murder and unknown evil that shocked even experienced real-life paranormal investigators Ed and Lorraine Warren. One of the most sensational cases from their files, it starts with a fight for the soul of a young boy, then takes them beyond anything they’d ever seen before, to mark the first time in U.S. history that a murder suspect would claim demonic possession as a defence.”

Release date:

The Conjuring: The Devil Made Me Do It will be released by Warner Bros/New Line theatrically and on HBO Max on June 4, 2021.

Previously, co-star Patrick Wilson commented on the latest sequel, which began production last June in Atlanta, in an interview with The Hollywood Reporter:

“The process was fantastic, and it’s a much different feel,” Wilson stated. “It’s still the same bones; it’s still very much Ed and Lorraine. Again, we are pushing our characters to places they haven’t gone, but the film will be a really nice addition because it’s definitely a different beast. Pun intended.”

Cast and characters:

Vera Farmiga … Lorraine Warren
Patrick Wilson … Ed Warren
Julian Hilliard … David Glatzel
Shannon Kook … Drew Thomas
Eugenie Bondurant
Sterling Jerins … Judy Warren
Charlene Amoia … Judy Glatzel
Ruairi O’Connor … Arne
Mitchell Hoog … Young Ed
Ingrid Bisu
Ronnie Gene Blevins … Bruno
Sarah Catherine Hook … Debbie Glatzel
Rebecca Lines … Witch #2
Steve Coulter … Father Gordon
Megan Ashley Brown … Young Lorraine
Andrea Andrade … Katie
Mark Rowe … Sergeant Thomas
Nicky Buggs … Witch Woman
Ashley LeConte Campbell … Meryl Dewitt
Stacy Johnson
Regina Ting Chen … News Reporter
Keith Arthur Bolden … Sgt. Clay
Casey Hendershot … Inmate
Robert Walker Branchaud … Prison Guard
Elijah Everett … Prison Guard #2 Roof
Lindsay Ayliffe … Judge
Paul Wilson … Carl Glatzel
Chris Greene … Deputy
Nicholas Massouh Nicholas Massouh … Doctor
Davis Osborne … John Beckett
Lydia Castro … Reporter #1
Bryson JonSteele … Fair kid
Stella Doyle … Mrs. Haskett
Jay D. Kacho … Prison Visitor
Trey McGriff … Paramedic
Erin Fasano … News Reporter
Beth Pilgreen … Reporter #2
James William Ballard … Prison Guard
Ryan L. Price … Prison Guard
Marc Demeter … Reporter #1
Jaclyn White … Jail Vistor
Peteystaxx … Inmate #2
Kaleka … Jury Foreman

Meanwhile, you can watch Michael Chaves’ well-received 2016 short, The Maiden below: