For the first time since The Conjuring 2 in 2016, Patrick Wilson and Vera Farmiga will return to the roles of Ed and Lorraine Warren. Annabelle 3, which will be released next winter, is the first spin off of The Conjuring to present the protagonists of the series.
Now, just a few weeks after The Nun repeated Annabelle’s first critical problem / box office, it was revealed that not only Annabelle will be the first in the series to receive a third entry, but that it will be the first split to bring back the characters of Ed and Lorraine. The trilogy of the evil doll will also be the debut as director of franchise veteran Gary Dauberman.
The full capacity to which Wilson and Farmiga will appear in the third untitled movie has not yet been seen, but the report describes their roles as support. The article also included a brief description of the plot, in which she focused on Mckenna Grace of The Haunting of Hill House as the daughter of Ed and Lorraine, Judy.
According to the description, “Annabelle 3, the sixth title of the The Conjuring franchise, begins with the Warrens that take the Annabelle doll to a place where it can no longer wreak havoc: its Artifact Room. Annabelle awakens the evil of the room, and sets a new goal: the ten-year-old daughter of the Warrens, Judy. The girl with her nanny (Judy’s teenage cousin) and her cousin’s friend confront the evil doll. “
The film will premiere on July 3, 2019, which the studio has held for a film Conjuring since last April. The majority assumed that it would turn out to be a split of The Crooked Man, a villain who appeared in The Conjuring 2. The news related to The Crooked Man has been relatively quiet since its announcement last June. However, the Conjuring 3 is ready to begin production next year.
The third untitled film by Annabelle is written and directed by Gary Dauberman and starring Mckenna Grace and Madison Iseman. James Wan, who directed both entrances of Conjuring, will produce. It is launched on July 3, 2019.