According to THR, the highly popular Conjuring Universe is set to expand with the upcoming release of The Conjuring 4, and it has been confirmed that Michael Chaves will be taking the helm as the director.
Having recently directed The Nun II, a film within the expansive Conjuring Universe, Chaves has also taken the director’s chair for The Conjuring: The Devil Made Me Do It, the third installment in the main series.
According to THR, it is reported that The Conjuring 4 will serve as the concluding chapter in this primary narrative.
The screenplay for the fourth movie was penned by David Leslie Johnson-McGoldrick, known for his work on The Conjuring 2.
According to THR, specific details about the plot are being tightly guarded, but it is confirmed that the upcoming film will once again follow the paranormal adventures of Ed and Lorraine Warren.
Audiences can anticipate encounters with eerie creaking doors, haunting shadows peering through windows, unsettling inverted crosses, and perhaps even a demonic possession or two.
Fans will be delighted to know that Patrick Wilson and Vera Farmiga are expected to reprise their roles, and the production is planning a summer filming schedule in Atlanta.
James Wan and Peter Safran, who have been integral to the franchise, are also back on board as producers.