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The James Wan talks about Conjuring The 3

The James Wan talks about Conjuring The 3

by horrormovies.gr10/07/2016

Can still not announced anything officially for the 3rd movie in Conjuring The franchise – and is in fact very early – though the Director of two successful Conjuring The decided to spoiler-iasei us shortly presenting an early idea for the Conjuring The 3.

Now the acclaimed James Wan spoke recently at IGN manifesting his intention to explore further the supernatural adventures of a pair of Ed and Lorraine Warren. Which of their stories but I wanted to tell? Let's look specifically relevant statements.

Have many stories (r.r. the Warrens) and I believe that we can get many of these, if we are fortunate enough to tell in later chapters … … I hav[…]e something specific in mind but I'm not going to say it. But I will say only this: The Conjuring 1 and 2 took place in the 70s. I think the Conjuring 3 must be placed in the 80s. James Wan

Indeed. The Wan then winks in the 80s and returning the file researchers Ed and Lorraine Warren, the period of the 1980s has recorded three stories. One is known as daimonismo in Connecticut for which there are already relevant horror film in 2009 (The Haunting In Connecticut) without means that excluded to see version of Wan.

So the other two concern a) in the case of the trial of Arne Cheyenne Johnson, who was convicted of the murder of the owner of the House in 1981. The Johnson claimed that he was under demonic influence at the time of the murder. b) case of the Smurl family who claimed that for many years the home was the residence of malevolent spirits and demons and the Warrens researched the case in 1986.

Which of the stories of the Warrens will chose the James Wan and his staff transferred to the big screen? You will learn in the future … Hopefully not to far away.


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