The Conjuring 3 to be released in 2018 or 2019? And the rumours says it will be about werewolves!
The movie “The Conjuring” has been consistently doing well in the box office. With “The Conjuring 2” doing well as it was released early 2016, many are in much anticipation for the upcoming movie “The Conjuring 3.”
Many moviegoers, especially fans of horror movies are looking forward to “The Conjuring 3.” There are rumors circulating as to what it will be about and how intense the scare factor is. The previous movies delivered so much scare that there were reports of death while watching the movie.
It is sure that “The Conjuring 3” is going to bring in the punch. It is definite to give that gut-wrenching, eye-popping and wrist-clinching effect, no doubt. But what will the movie be about this time?
According to Release Date Portal, “The Conjuring 3” may be about werewolves. This is interesting and a different twist indeed. First two movies were about exorcism by demons. It will then be intriguing to know that the movie may deviate from its original plot to a different one.
From an interview with James Wan, “The Conjuring 3” producer, the third movie may be patterned or have a feel of “American Werewolf in London” style. Continuing with the imagination of the Warrens set against the backdrop of The Hound of Baskerville and how awesome he thinks it will be.
The movie “The Conjuring 3‘s” werewolf theme solidifies more as the Warrens have released a book with the title, “Werewolf: A Story of Demonic Possession” which was published in 1991. With this, excitement sure is building up.
As added by Cinema Blend, the movie “The Conjuring 2” has earned $40 million opening weekend. Just with this figure alone, a third movie and even more is sure to happen. The question is, when?
The movie “The Conjuring 3” may open 2018 or 2019. Basing it on a pattern, which may or may not be intended, producers and people behind the movie release it every three years. The first was 2013, the second being 2016 so it may be likely to see the third one on 2019.
However, with the excitement and fans growing somehow impatient for “The Conjuring 3,” it may be shown a year earlier than expected. Moviegoers will just be left on the edge of their seats as the new movie gets announced, hopefully soon.
Source: Parent Herald
Cinelou Films has set an Oscar weekend release date of Feb. 24 for its Vera Farmiga-Jacob Tremblay comedy-drama “Burn Your Maps”, Variety has learned exclusively.
The film, directed by Jordan Roberts, centers on an American 8-year-old who declares to his parents that he is actually a Mongolian goat herder born in the wrong place. When he meets a similarly displaced Indian filmmaker, they journey east, seeking what they believe to be their true place in the world.
“It’s the same kind of quirky story as ‘Little Miss Sunshine,’ and we think mature audience will respond – particularly with an opening on the Oscar weekend,” said Mark Canton, who founded Cinelou in 2014 with Courtney Solomon.
“Burn Your Maps” is the fifth title from Cinelou, founded as a prestige label specializing in character-driven adult-targeted movies in the $10 million range. Since then, it’s released Jennifer Aniston’s dark comedy “Cake” and Eddie Murphy’s “Mr. Church” with Robert De Niro’s “The Comedian” set to open Jan. 13 through Sony Classics. “Cake” performed solidly in limited release with $2.9 million and Aniston received Golden Globe and SAG nominations. “Mister Church” was less successful with $685,000 via Freestyle.
On Wednesday, the Sundance Film Festival gave a competition slot on Jan. 21 to Cinelou’s military drama “The Yellow Birds,” starring Tye Sheridan, Jack Huston, Alden Ehrenreich, Jason Patric, Toni Collette, Jennifer Aniston. Warner Bros. Pictures is handling international distribution for a total of six Cinelou releases.
We present our highlights from the press conference of Jordan Roberts’ Burn your Maps from the 2016 Toronto Film Festival (TIFF16).
The film stars Vera Farmiga, Jacob Tremblay, Marton Csokas, Suraj Sharma, and Virginia Madsen.
A family in emotional turmoil is taken by surprise in this quirky adventure where an eccentric 8-year-old American boy, Wes, has an existential epiphany – He believes that he is in fact a Mongolian goat herder.
It’s been quite a ride for the cast, and here they talk about filming up in Calgary, watching Jacob fighting storms, playing with goats and riding a horse. It’s been quite a ride for the young star.
Vera Farmiga went on to talk about working with Jacob, the chemistry between them and how the young actor is open, mischievous and very savvy. She also talks about she was inspired by the relationship between the actor and his mother, which she used in their time on screen.
It was an easy choice for Farmiga to make, here she talks about reading the story and how the love and hope inherent in the script and the connection she made with her own life at the time.
Moving on to the director Jordan Roberts, and here he talks about casting the ‘little squirt’, and how he first encountered Jacob Tremblay from an audition tape. He talks of the honesty that the actor displayed, and how they came to cast him.
Tremblay himself talked about playing the character of Wes, and why the strange story connected with him.
He also talked about learning riding a horse, how to feed a goat, though they smell, and the general experience. And a note from the young actor – riding a horse without a saddle is painful…
With his role in Room blowing the roof off, so to speak, the young actor’s career. Here he talks about getting the role, and how the director and he worked on creating the character once he was cast.
The director expressed his surprise at how perfect Calgary doubled for Mongolia, and how easily it matched the environment.
Having filmed the movie in Canada it made sense for the director to be invited back for the Toronto Film Festival. He talks about how important Canada was to him personally and the film, particularly the kindness of the people.
Source: Hey U Guys
Before reading – be aware of that this review might contain spoilers!
By Sean Ferguson – September 13, 2016
I have to give up props to Director James Wan for taking this story and not chopping it down to a cheesy 90-minute scare-gag fest with cats jumping out to scare teenagers.
Let me preface this with a note to all who are reading this: I am not a fan of the Horror Movie Genre. The idea of getting scared in a theater because of a made up ghost or “presence” is ridiculous! I also find it amazing that people shell out $12/$15 to have a cat or something jump into the screen, so they can scream like a teenage girl (unless you’re a teenage girl which go right ahead!) I really don’t get it. Especially when the storylines are so incredibly weak! But what I do get is the BIG money being made on horror films! Don’t Breathe has grossed almost $67 million this week and barely cost $10 million to make! The Conjuring 2 (which I’m about to review) cost $40 million to make and grossed over $319 million worldwide!! This explains why there are 6 Paranormal Activity movies! But why? You can’t tell me you believe in this stuff, cause if you do, how could you ever sleep ever again?
Which leads me to this week’s release of The Conjuring 2 on Blu-ray! Like I said before, I’m not a horror fan, but there is one reason why I agreed to sit to take the 134 minutes out of my life, and that reason is Oscar Nominated Actress Vera Farmiga. Granted, Vera Farmiga for the last few years has cemented herself in the iconic role of Norma Bates in the TV series Bates Motel, but what drives an actress to a horror film, let alone a SEQUEL Horror film? I had to find out for myself.
As I dimmed the lights in my living room, the Warner Brothers logo turned slowly into the New Line Cinema logo on my TV. I sat back, grabbed my pen and pad to write notes on, and as Vera Farmiga (who plays Lorraine Warren) starts talking, the camera backs up, showing the view is from the windows of the Amityville house. A story all too well known, especially if you grew up in the North! Lorraine Warren & Ed, her husband (played by Patrick Wilson) are trying to contact the demonic presence in the house. While reenacting the murders, she follows the vision of a boy who leads her to the demon in charge, a creepy nun, who startles the crap out of Lorraine.
Written by Jared Mobarak on September 10, 2016
Many films deal with the aftermath of a family death by becoming about how their characters live with the pain — it changing them into different people. Some distinctly show them living despite it instead. Rather than depict Connor (Marton Csokas) and Alise (Vera Farmiga) as the death of their baby girl just ten months prior consumes them, Jordan Roberts’ Burn Your Maps portrays their desire to move on after their transformations are complete. They’re searching for a future they hope exists but cannot yet see. They’ve dealt with grief already (at least they’re frustrated enough to believe they have), so now it’s time to embrace the life that remains. While their son Wes (Jacob Tremblay) readies for what this entails, we’re still uncertain if they are too.
But don’t think this story is one steeped in heavy drama from start to finish without room to breathe. Roberts’ script — written from an original idea by Robyn Joy Leff — is also very funny. Even though Connor and Alise experience some intense battles with their psychiatrist (Valerie Planche’s Maureen) about intimacy, emotional struggle, and patience, there’s enough of a sense of humor to also laugh at their shrink’s inability to wear shoes. And while they deal with their new selves reacclimating to each other and what it means for them as a couple, Wes follows suit. He’s not romantically involved or saddled with a job and responsibilities, though. All he has is his identity, one that’s failing courtesy of the massive turmoil surrounding him. It’s time to escape.