POLL RESULTS: Which Annabelle Comes Home Demon Deserves a Spinoff?
Annabelle Comes Home is now haunting theaters everywhere, and ComingSoon.net asked its readers which of the MANY demons in the Warren’s artifact room should get its own Conjuring Universe spinoff. You can check out the official results of the poll below, and get your tickets by clicking here!
Which Annabelle Comes Home Demon Deserves a Spinoff?
The Ferryman (30%, 263 votes)
Hellhound/Essex Werewolf (20%, 175 votes)
Samurai Armor (18%, 160 votes)
The Bride (14%, 120 votes)
Monkey Toy (6%, 52 votes)
Feely Meely Board Game (5%, 41 votes)
Creepy Television (5%, 40 votes)
Haunted Phone (2%, 17 votes)
Seems like audiences really dug the concept of The Ferryman, who takes people to hell and has cool coins for eyes. Will he make as compelling a spinoff as Annabelle or The Nun? Only time will tell. As for the Haunted Phone, well… it better call its agent.
The third Annabelle film will once again center around the titular demon doll but this time she is already under the possession of paranormal investigators Ed and Lorraine Warren. Mckenna Grace will play the role of Judy Warren, daughter of the paranormal investigating couple who is targeted alongside her two teen babysitters by the demonic doll after they bring it home into their artifact room. Madison Iseman and Katie Sarife play Judy Warren’s babysitters.
The Conjuring universe includes both James Wan-helmed Conjuring films, the first Annabelle spinoff and its sequel Creation, and the recent blockbuster The Nun. It was announced last year that plans are underway for another feature film based on The Conjuring 2‘s Crooked Man, while a third Conjuring film is now filming.
Gary Dauberman, the writer behind the spin-offs, makes his directorial debut with the new Annabelle film. James Wan’s Atomic Monster and the Peter Safran Co. are again producing the third film with Atomic Monster’s Michael Clear to executive produce.
John R. Leonetti directed the first spin-off, which earned $257 million on a $6.5 million budget, while 2017’s sequel was directed by David F. Sandberg and made $306.5 million worldwide on a $15 million budget.