‘The Conjuring 2’ Wants To Summon Inner Old-School Horror Fan With Its Trailer
Jan 08, 2016 07:42 PM EST
Director James Wan is ready to scare the audience with the release of "The Conjuring 2" trailer. The movie, sequel of the surprising successful horror film, "The Conjuring", is back with its old-school, jumpy and scary scenes.
James Wan's 2013 horror film "The Conjuring" astounded many movie goers and movie going poltergeist. The movie surprisingly made $318 million on a $20 million budget and received generally positive reviews. According to Uproxx, this film will still have Vera Farmiga and Patrick Wilson as real-life couple Lorraine and Ed Warren. The two will still be lecturing about creepy and spooky stuff in different schools and colleges.
The sequel will be located in London and still in the 70's, specifically in 1977, stated Slash Film. Like the first one, this film will be based on true story but added with a little twist here and there to satisfy Director Wan. The couple, Lorraine and Ed Warren will still be fighting ghost and black magic and whatever other non-human and non-living beings in the residence of Lili Taylor and Ron Livingston.
In the trailer, it could be seen that Lorraine is talking to a girl who was the 'possessed' one. She was asking things like what does the 'entity' wants, where does she feels it and where does she thinks it coming from. Titled "The Conjuring 2: The Enfield Poltergeist", Daily Mail stated that the movie scariest and most jumpy part was when the girl was alone in the room full of crosses. The crosses then started to turn upside down one by one and the girl was very scared. Then, a figure launches at the girl ending the trailer.
The movie will have the same writers Chad and Carey Hayes as well. New characters include Frances O'Connor as the single mom, Lauren Esposito, Madison Wolfe, Benjamin Haigh, and Patrick McAuley as her children/friends of Satan. The Conjuring 2 will open on June 10, 2016.