The next instalment of The Conjuring franchise, which will be the third sequel to the first movie, will officially be titled The Conjuring: Last Rites, as revealed during the Warner Bros. Pictures panel at tonight’s CinemaCon held in Las Vegas.
Stars of the franchise Patrick Wilson and Vera Farmiga who play Ed and Lorraine Warren are set to return for this new outing, with David Leslie Johnson-McGoldrick set to write the script who also worked on the previous instalment The Conjuring: The Devil Made Me Do It.
The details were kept short at tonight’s panel, with the casting and plot information still being kept very tightly under wraps, the project has yet to receive a director but it is now being speculated that fans of the franchise will begin to receive regular updates throughout the upcoming months.
It has been said in the past by James Wan that this new instalment may not be the final movie of the franchise, however, the title Last Rites could lead fans to assume that the franchise will be coming to an end unless the title means something completely different, something everyone will just have to wait and see for themselves once the project has gone into further development.
The Conjuring: Last Rites does not yet have an official release date.