[Comic-Con '13] Vera Farmiga and Patrick Wilson Already Signed For ‘The Conjuring’ Sequel! #SDCC

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After a projected $37M opening weekend for James Wan’s The Conjuring, Warner Bros. has already announced the film will have a sequel.

During our chat with star Vera Farmiga about “Bates Motel,” Farmiga, who plays Lorainne Warren, revealed to Bloody Disgusting that both her and co-star Pattrick Wilson are already contractually locked into The Conjuring 2!

She tell us that she loves playing Lorraine, working with Patrick, and is so happy to continue in the part and with the franchise.

Based on a true story, The Conjuring tells the horrifying tale of how world-renowned paranormal investigators Ed and Lorraine Warren were called upon to help a family terrorized by a dark presence in a secluded farmhouse. Forced to confront a powerful demonic entity, the Warrens find themselves caught in the most terrifying case of their lives.

Read my positive review here.

 
  • ThunderDragoon

    Fantastic news! This makes me really happy. I’m curious where they’re going to go with The Conjuring 2.

  • K-Dogg

    Wicked !!! Loved this flick, and every time they would go into that room of artifacts from each case, I kept thinking, every piece has a story, so many places they can go in this franchise. The best thing about this movie is it had heart, they made you care about these characters, being invested in these people is massive, and so many horrors just don’t do that.

  • Taboo

    YES! I was wondering if they could work out a sequel, but I thought maybe not, then I read this. I really loved this this movie. Saw it last night and man did I have a great time. I was kind of annoyed that I went to late showing because it was full and the people around kept distracting me. I still enjoyed it though. Best horror film I have seen in a loooong time! Even better than Insidious, which I also really liked.

    • K-Dogg

      I fucking hear ya Taboo, some of these idiots should just stay home if they are gonna act like assholes in the theater. I had these 2 girls in mine that giggled thru the first 30 minutes like it was a comedy, as if they are in their own home. Fucking stay home cause I payed good money to see this, really sick of it every time I go to the theater these days.

      • Rachel

        Your audience sounded better then the group of drunk idiots on the side of the cinema, screaming longer and louder then necessary, and doing the whole typical “aww hell no!” when it got suspenseful for us all to hear.

        If you can’t handle horror movies, please don’t ruin it for the rest of us, and just wait for it to come out on DVD. And please don’t drink because it makes you more loud and obnoxious to everyone else!

        This is exactly why I only see movies in gold class or something like that now, to avoid people like this, it costs more, so people actually sit down and enjoy the movie for the price they paid.

        -endrant

        Other then that, such a great movie! Pretty damn creepy if I do say so myself, quite keen to see what they do for the sequel, just wish they showed more of that Annabelle doll in the movie. I love creepy dolls!

        • Taboo

          Maybe we’ll be seeing more of the Annabelle doll in the sequel, who knows. I can’t wait for this to come out in bluray to watch again.

  • Nothing333

    Yes, now this is how blockbuster horror is done. A projected 40 million weekend backing a really good film. James Wan is definitely a top genre director for this generation. Very happy this film was successful.

  • RubenHilton93

    I am dumbfounded by these comments :O You guys are kidding right!? This movie was a piece of shit! This was another recycled story with the same ending with the same plot. It had its good moments, but overall the build up to the climax was horrible. Not scary not suspenseful same bullshit as Devil Inside, A Haunting In Connecticut, An American Haunting all mixed into one stupid waste of time. This should have been a straight to DVD. Even Discovery has done better with its “A Haunting” series.