Tabloids and news sources inside Hollywood itself, has initially reported(rumored) to have seen Patrick Wilson and Vera Farmiga (in pictures initially believed to be taken on the set of THE CONJURING 2).
The CONJURING Based on a true story, the film follows two couples. The first pair is the Perrons (Ron Livingston and Lili Taylor), parents of a brood of kids who move into a huge house in the early 1970s that they bought for a song. That song, I believe, was Run For Your Life.
Insidious’ James Wan dips his feet into the haunted house game once again with this New Line Cinema production telling the real life tale of of Perron family, who claimed, heavy emphasis to have been haunted by a series of ghosts. Vera Farmiga and Patrick Wilson star as paranormal investigators who reached notoriety with their investigation into the Amityville Horror house,hence come the names the Warrens both Loraine and Ed Warren
The Enfield Poltergeist case saw a single mother and her four young children being terrorized by poltergeist activity in a rented home in Brimsdown, Enfield, England during the last three years of the 1970s.
New Line Cinema will be releasing THE CONJURING 2: THE ENFIELD POLTERGEIST into theaters on June 10, 2016. Personally, I can’t wait to see it. Although the facts have been somewhat distorted, shaped, changed and even down right modified to of course fit the big screen.After all it is Hollywood people.
New Line Cinema will be releasing THE CONJURING 2: THE ENFIELD POLTERGEIST into theaters on June 10, 2016. Personally, I can’t wait to see it. Even though I myself do believe this story is utter bunk.
#1 ‘The Conjuring’ Scares Up $41.5M Weekend But Other New Films Sink.
It also received from audiences a coveted ‘A-‘ CinemaScore, an unusually good grade for the genre where ‘D’ and ‘F’ have become commonplace from fed-up audiences.
Going into Friday, the $20M-cost The Conjuring was Fandango’s top ticket seller among four new releases across online and mobile platforms. Warner Bros early on credited director James Wan with making “both an incredibly scary film but also a very well-made quality movie” that likely becomes a badly needed fresh franchise for New Line. Clearly, Wan (Saw, Insidious) was able to transition from gore to the bizarre and now to the supernatural helped by talented cast Vera Farmiga, Patrick Wilson, Lili Taylor, and Ron Livingston and credited screenwriters Chad Hayes and Carey W. Hayes. Producers are Tony DeRosa-Grund, Peter Safran, and Rob Cowan. The marketing campaign kicked off a month ago at the LA Film Festival. “It was an unusual strategy in that it exposed the film to critical reaction at a very early stage,” Warner Bros Pictures President of Worldwide Marketing and International Distribution Sue Kroll tells me. “But our faith in the film was well placed and the screening netted nothing but positive reaction – from fans and critics alike. The early screenings also provided us with great testimonials, social media fan reactions, and early positive quotes which were all used throughout the TV buy on everything ranging from NBA finals to late night roadblocks.” The campaign leveraged the most hype-worthy moments like the clapping scene at NY Comic-Con that eventually became the teaser trailer. Finally, the ‘true story” aspect of the demonology tale was emphasized.