Interview with “The Front Runner” director Jason Reitman

Parade magazine interviewed The Front Runner director Jason Reitman and you can read the full interview at their website, but here is a quote he made about Vera.

You and Vera worked together in Up in the Air. What was it like working together on a second movie?

I was thrilled to be back on set with her. She’s just such a thoughtful and nuanced actor. She approaches particularly complicated human beings with a sense of nuance, and that’s not easy to do. There’s an interesting kind of bookend of Up in the Air and The Front Runner, because the two movies actually kind of play two different sides of an affair.

“The Front Runner” interviews and featurette

Some interviews with Vera released to promote The Front Runner and also a ‘Making of’ featurette with the lead Hugh Jackman.


‘Making of’ featurette

“The Front Runner” New York Screening and Q&A

Hugh Jackman and Vara attended the The Front Runner New York Screening and Q&A on tuesday night, November 13 at the AMC Lincoln Square. Daily Mail posted an article about it and you can view some photos below!

And here is also the second trailer for movie

Second “Captive State” Teaser Trailer

The second teaser trailer has been released for Captive State but we couldn’t find any scenes with Vera herself, but it looks very exciting!

“The Conjuring 3” Finds Director

The upcoming The Conjuring 3 will have a different director than the first two movies and this time it will be Michael Chaves. We will probably get more information about release date and all that shortly!

James Wan, who directed ‘The Conjuring‘ and ‘The Conjuring 2,’ is letting someone new play in the scary sandbox.
After helming two installments of New Line’s hit horror series The Conjuring, filmmaker James Wan is stepping aside and letting some fresh blood take over.

Michael Chaves, who is coming off of the horror movie The Curse of La Llorona, which Wan produced, has been set to direct The Conjuring 3 for New Line.

Wan will remain closely involved as a producer, via his Atomic Monster production company, and act as a godfather on the feature. Also returning as producer is Peter Safran via his Safran Company banner.

Chaves was discovered by Wan and his Atomic Monster execs off of his award-winning horror short The Maiden, which catapulted him to his directorial debut La Llorona, which New Line will open April 19, 2019. His work on the latter clearly impressed both Wan and New Line.

“While working closely with Chaves on The Curse of La Llorona, I got to know him as a filmmaker,” Wan said in a statement. “Chaves’ ability to bring emotion to a story, and his understanding of mood and scares, make him a perfect fit to direct the next Conjuring film.”

David Leslie Johnson, who worked on The Conjuring 2 and Wan’s upcoming Aquaman, is in the midst of writing the script for The Conjuring 3, which will once again focus on husband-and-wife paranormal investigators Ed and Lorraine Warren. Patrick Wilson and Vera Farmiga played the duo in the first two installments and will be back for more scares.

Added Wan: “I’m excited to be back as producer and continue with Vera and Patrick on the next supernatural adventure of the Warrens.”

“I am a huge fan of the Conjuring films,” said Chaves. “The movies are the rare combination that delivers both tremendous heart and awesome scares. It is both a total thrill and absolute honor to be working with James and the gang at New Line again.”

The Conjuring, made for just $20 million, became a runaway hit when it was released in 2013, scaring up almost $320 million worldwide. Since then, New Line has carefully laid out a Conjuring universe of movies, with sequels, prequels and spinoffs. The latest movie in the franchise was September’s The Nun, which has become the most successful outing so far, earning $334.8 million to date.

Chaves is repped by Paradigm and Hirsch Wallerstein.

The Warrens are coming back

Digital Spy posted article about the upcoming The Conjuring 3, read it below:

The Conjuring universe isn’t slowing down anytime soon after The Nun proved a hit at the box office, if not with the critics.

Next up in the universe will be Annabelle 3, which will follow the possessed doll after Ed and Lorraine Warren brought her to their collection of other cursed objects – so it’ll take place in the timeline just after The Conjuring‘s opening scene.

And that movie will be followed by The Conjuring 3 (and potentially The Nun 2), so to keep on top of things, here’s everything you need to know about our third outing with the Warrens.

The Conjuring 3 cast: Who’s coming back?
It wouldn’t be a Conjuring movie without Patrick Wilson and Vera Farmiga as Ed and Lorraine Warren, so the third movie just wouldn’t be happening if they weren’t coming back.

Outside of the two main stars, we could expect to see Sterling Jerins again as the Warrens’ daughter Judy, but both previous movies have focused on different families, so other returns are unlikely.

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