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A few months back, Warner Bros. and New Line set an October 3rd release date for an unknown horror film. We speculated it was Annabelle. Turns out we were spot-on with that guess. Both entities confirmed the release date today. And, get this, it’s getting a theatrical release.
Directed by John Leonetti, the film was produced by James Wan and is a spin-off of last year’s hit The Conjuring. Leonetti served as the director of photography on The Conjuring.
Deliver Us from Evil opened at the start of the 4th of July holiday weekend. To date, it has grossed $15 million since opening Wednesday, July 2nd, but box office analysts are focusing their targets on the film’s $9.5 million weekend gross and taking fire. Understandable. That’s a pretty weak weekend performance. It was up against the new comedy Tammy and holdovers likes Transformers, 22 Jump Street and How to Train Your Dragon. If you recall, Deliver Us from Evil was pushed up from its original 2015 release date because Sony was so confident in the film that it thought Deliver could earn some big bucks akin to The Conjuring’s mid-summer success last year.
Regardless of the quality of Deliver Us from Evil, I honestly think the film would have had a tough go of it at the box office because, more or less…audiences are getting supernatural fatigue.
Warner Bros./New Line have revealed today that The Conjuring 2 is going to hit theaters October 23, 2015. No plot details have been revealed, so until you read something official, take it all as rumor.
What we know for a fact? Patrick Wilson and Vera Farmiga will return as Ed and Lorraine Warren. The sequel will likely see them taking on a new case, of course.
The Filmax venture Summer Camp is a title we first told you about a year ago at the American Film Market 2012. The film has been in development since then with Alberto Martini at the helm. He scripted Sleep Tight for Filmax.
This weekend, news of some progress has come forward.
Peter Safran, the producer of The Conjuring, and Patelion Films, a division of Lionsgate, are coming aboard to shepherd the project with Filmax.
Shooting begins in Barcelona February 2014. Head inside for plot details!
Warner Bros. and New Line are putting some serious faith behind what The Conjuring offered over the summer (and by “offer,” I mean thrills and box office bucks).
We already know that a sequel is in the works with Chad and Carey Hayes returning to script. While there are a lot of rumored plot details, nothing has been confirmed.
But that’s not all. The studio is apparently at work on a spin-off film.