Throughout Warner Bros.’ presentation at Las Vegas CinemaCon (by way of Collider), it was confirmed that New Line Cinema‘s upcoming fourth installment to the blockbuster horror franchise The Conjuring has formally been titled The Conjuring: Final Rites.
The Conjuring: Final Rites will as soon as once more be written by David Leslie Johnson-McGoldrick, who wrote the screenplay for the final two installments. As of now, the studio has not but introduced who might be directing the follow-up sequel to 2021’s The Conjuring: The Satan Made Me Do It. The movie may even be produced by franchise creator James Wan and Peter Safran, with main stars Patrick Wilson and Vera Farmiga reprising their roles as paranormal investigators Ed and Lorraine Warren.
Additional particulars concerning the plot and characters for The Conjuring: Final Rites are nonetheless being saved below wraps. Nonetheless, Wan lately confirmed that the horror sequel may doubtlessly wrap up Ed and Lorraine Warren’s story.
“Yeah, we’re engaged on it proper now. With the Conjuring movies, we’re very valuable about [them],” Wan stated to Collider. “And so we sort of wish to simply take our time to verify we get it proper and to verify the emotion of the Warren tales that we wish to inform, and transferring into, and doubtlessly wrapping up, we simply wish to be sure that it’s the suitable factor, the suitable story that we’re telling.”