“The Conjuring 2” Starts Filming, James Wan Share Behind-The-Scene Photos
Principal photography for “The Conjuring 2” began after a priest had actually blessed the set. Read on for more details.
After the splendid worldwide box office success of the original, helmed by James Wan, Warner Bros. has put forth the sequel “The Conjuring 2” under production, once again to accomplish each dread magic in the tome with exemplary accuracy.
Wan, who has previously helmed Jason Momoa’s solo film “Aquaman,” is making a comeback to direct “The Conjuring” sequel. It would yet again present a terrified story including famous paranormal investigators Ed (Patrick Wilson) and Lorraine Warren (Vera Farmiga), featuring the ‘The Enfield Poltergeist’ – cites Comic Book.com.
To mark the beginning of filming for “The Conjuring 2,” Wan shared a fog-cover photo of the set on Instagram, and wrote “First day of principal photography. Fogbound backyard inside soundstage.” The New Line Cinema also shared a photo on Twitter from an auspicious ceremony, before starting the production.
Although the exact plot facts are still not know, but like the subtitle suggests, the movie will be almost based on the true poltergeist activities that took place between 1977 and 1979 at England, in the council house. It will revolve around a single mother portrayed by Frances O’Connor and her four children, who were the concern of infernal custody.
The case which included two young sisters aged 11 and 12 –year, was being solved by Ed and Lorraine Warren, whose cases have also encouraged the likes of “The Haunting in Connecticut” and the most remarkable “The Amityville Horror,” points out comingsoon.net.
The script for “The Conjuring 2” will be penned by Chad and Carey Hayes, who have formerly worked for the original movie alongside “House of Wax” and “The Reaping.”
“The Conjuring 2” is slated to hit the theaters on June 10, 2016.
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Image Source: Instagram/James Wan