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The Conjuring 3 Release Date, Cast, Plot And All The Updates You Should Know

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The Conjuring universe isn’t slowing down anytime soon after The Nun. It proved a hit at the box office, if not talking about the critics it faced. We thought that next up in the universe would be Annabelle 3, which is also known to be the Annabelle Comes Home. Assumptions were that Annabelle will follow the possessed doll after Ed and Lorraine Warren decided to bring her to their horror objects, which is a collection.

However, The Curse of La Llorona has been confirmed to be the part with a cameo from an Annabelle character. But we’ll get The Conjuring 3 (and potentially known to be The Nun 2) yet, so to keep on top of things, here’s everything you need to know about our third outing with the Warrens.

When will it be scaring us all on big screens?

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New Line Cinema confirmed the shooting of the third part in June 2017, but they haven’t confirmed the release date.

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We had been waiting until the end of September 2018 for an update for the third party. However, producer Peter Safran unveiled that they’re “pretty sure” that shooting will be starting on The Conjuring 3 in 2019.

This pretty much suggested a 2020 release date. And so it evidenced as Warner Bros has confirmed that the threequel is out on Sep 11, 2020.

Who is in the cast of The Conjuring 3?

Patrick Wilson and Vera Farmiga as Ed and Lorraine Warren is highly famous and cannot be changed. Fans are not ready to get scary without them

Outside of the two main stars, we might expect to visualize Sterling Jerins once more because the Warrens’ female girl Judy, however, each previous movie has centered on entirely different families; therefore, alternative returns are unlikely.

What about the plot?

The story is scary movies doesn’t matter until they prove to move the story. The threatening sequences are much important. But most important is that it has been confirmed that the story is again from real-life incidents.

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