“The Conjuring 2” hit theaters on June 10 and it appears that director James Wan already has a story idea for the third sequel. The first installment of the supernatural horror film franchise was released on July 19, 2013.
“They do have a lot of stories,” Wan told IGN referring to real-life paranormal investigators Ed Warren and Lorraine Warren, who are played by Patrick Wilson and Vera Farmiga in the films. “So I think, organically, if we’re lucky enough to tell future chapters, there’s a lot of stuff we could be pulling from.”
Wan admitted that he has a particular case in mind for future installments but he refused to give details. However, he said “The Conjuring 3” should be set in the 1980s as the first two installments are both set in the 1970s.
“The Conjuring 2” was written by Rachel Hyland, David Leslie Johnson, Carey Hayes and Chad Hayes. It has earned more than $188 million across the globe.
On Sept. 21, 2015, principal photography for “The Conjuring 2” started in Los Angeles, California. In a recent interview with Telegraph, Farmiga explained that there is a whole process that takes place after they wrap, which she said is where Wan makes his mark as a filmmaker.
As Farmiga pointed out, it has something to do with editing, sound mixing, tempo and orchestration. She added that there is a full-bore rumble that Wan includes, which she said she does not even know how to describe.
In addition, Wan inserts a growl and a frequency in the film, the actress said. She noted that viewers can feel these elements in their seats and they will move their bowels.
Joining Farmiga and Wilson in the cast of “The Conjuring 2” are Madison Wolfe, Frances O’Connor, Lauren Esposito, Benjamin Haigh and Patrick McAuley. The sequel also featured the voice of Robin Atkin Downes, who voiced Doomsday in “Batman v Superman: Dawn of Justice.”
Source: Movie News Guide