The third Conjuring will mark the first installment that will not be directed by James Vann, but the final chapter The Curse of the Death of La Llorona, Michael Chouse, keeps it in the family, while Vann retains both the story and the producer credits.
And although Devil Made Me Do It was delayed for almost nine months as a result of the coronavirus epidemic, we have now heard from our sources, the same ones that told us that Neve Campbell would be returning for Scream 5 and the new Exorcist. The film was in the works before its official confirmation – The Conjuring 4 has already received the green light and is in the early stages of development.
The expected release date of The Conjuring 3:
Good news for fans Warner Bros. has officially announced the release date of the third film. Conjuring 3 will be released in theaters around the world on September 11, 2020. Assuming the coronavirus is safe by then.
Otherwise, Warner Bros. will have to push back the release date to an unknown future date. As of yet, there is no indication that the date has gone backward as a result of the coronavirus epidemic. But, for now, this date has been set as September 11.
The plotline we can see in The Conjuring 3:
While the plot is currently wrapping up, it has been confirmed to be based on other real-life cases that Warrens investigated.
Bloody Disgusting had reported that the murder trial for the three sequels would be on a man claiming to be possessed by a demon who, to be precise, drew the 1981 inspiration film “Devil Made Me Do It.”
This was confirmed by James Wan in December 2018 when Bloody Disesting stated: “This is this guy who was tried for murder. I think this is the first time in the history of the United States where the defendant has given a reason used as an excuse.