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The Conjuring 4: When Will It Going To Release

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Do you want a good scare? Well, you’ve come to the right place. This is The Conjuring 4 and we’re going to show you how it’s done. You can’t have a horror movie without someone being scared, so get ready for some screams! Although The Conjuring 3 is out in theaters now. Here’s everything you need to know about The Conjuring 4.

The Conjuring 4 Release Date Details:

There is no release date confirmed for The Conjuring 4 because Warner Bros. has not announced it.

There was a three-year gap between The Conjuring and The Conjuring 2, followed by another five-year gap to The Conjuring: The Devil Made Me Do It. However, originally, the release was set for September 2020.

The film franchise seems unlikely to produce the fourth installment in the near future, with another continuation being more probable in 2024. In addition, there may be more Conjuring films instead of spin-offs in the future.

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The Conjuring 4 Cast Details:

Patrick Wilson and Vera Farmiga will, of course, be back as Ed and Lorraine Warren. Thankfully, these veterans seem to enjoy playing the characters so it should not be difficult to convince them to return for more installments.

The Conjuring 4 Smurl Family Haunting Warrens Next Case

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When asked if they’d be interested in doing a “Conjuring 4” after this film, both Wilson and Farmiga expressed interest. Actress Vera Farmiga also teased in April 2021 that there was “definitely some talk of continuing”

The Conjuring 4 Plot Synopsis:

The third movie, The Conjuring 3:​The Enfield Poltergeist, concludes with the trial of Arne Johnson in November 1981. There can be no question that the next movie will take place after this date in the timeline.

That leaves some interesting cases from their real-life experiences that could serve as a basis for a new movie, which may see them head back into a haunted house.

In 1986, the Warrens investigated 2 cases of haunted houses. One had already loosely inspired The Haunting in Connecticut, and both revolved around a family which was allegedly being tormented by demons.

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After this third movie did not conform to the previous two movies, it may be hard for things to get back on track.

If Hollywood is looking for a new horror franchise, there are about 10 more options from the Warrens’ case files. But if they want to avoid that trope, there’s one case that’s yet to be covered: The legend of the White Lady at Union Cemetery in Easton, Connecticut.

The Warrens didn’t investigate the phenomenon themselves but claim to have video and written a book about it.

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