The Conjuring: The Devil Made Me Do It, or The Conjuring 3, is a forthcoming supernatural horror movie, which is a sequel to The Conjuring and The Conjuring 2.
The third installment is directed by Michael Chaves, screenplay by David Leslie Johnson-McGoldrick, from a narrative by Johnson-McGoldrick and James Wan.
The first development for The Conjuring 3 commenced in 2016, though Wan declared that he would not be directing another movie in the series due to scheduling disputes with other plans.
Everything To Know About The Conjuring 3
Release Date Of Conjuring 3
The Conjuring 3 will arrive in the theaters on September 11, 2020.
Cast Of Conjuring 3
Vera Farmiga and Patrick Wilson will return as paranormal investigators Lorraine and Ed Warren.
The other cast members of Conjuring 3 are Megan Ashley Brown as young Lorraine Warren, Mitchell Hoog as young Ed Warren, Sarah Catherine Hook as Debbie Glatzel, Charlene Amoia as Judy Glatzel, Sterling Jerins as Judy Warren, Ronnie Gene Blevins as Alan Bono, Shannon Kook as Drew Thomas, Steve Coulter as Father Gordo, Ruairi O’Connor as Arne Cheyenne Johnson, Julian Hilliard as David Glatzel.
The other remaining cast members are:
Ashley LeConte Campbell as Meryl Dewitt, Ingrid Bisu, Eugenie Bondurant, Stacy Johnson, Davis Osborne as John Beckett, Paul Wilson as Carl Glatzel, Kaleka as Jury Foreman, Mark Rowe as Sergeant Thomas, Nicky Buggs as Witch Woman, Keith Arthur Bolden as Sgt. Clay, Andrea Andrade as Katie, Stella Doyle as Mrs. Haskett, Rebecca Lines as Witch Woman 2 and Fabio William as Bill Ramsey.
Plot Of Conjuring 3
The premise of the movie Conjuring 3 tells that:
“The Devil Made Me Do It unveils a chilling tale of fear, killing and unknown evil that astounded even experienced real-life paranormal researchers Ed and Lorraine Warren (Patrick Wilson and Vera Farmiga).
One of the most sensational incidents from their files, it commences with a battle for the soul of a boy, then takes them beyond anything they’d ever seen before, to mark the initial time in U.S. history that a murder defendant would insist demonic possession as a defense.”