‘Annabelle comes dwelling’ are three phrases you don’t wish to hear on a chilly winter’s evening – particularly when it entails that Raggedy Ann doll that continues to hang-out our desires regularly.
It’s, in fact, the breakout star of The Conjuring movie sequence, Warner Bros. and New Line’s ever-evolving horror franchise that’s about to take a darkish flip this summer time with the aptly titled Annabelle Comes House. It’s the third spinoff film that includes that by-now notorious doll, solely this time, it’ll characteristic paranormal investigators/demonologists Ed and Lorraine Warren, who will be seen trying to comprise Annabelle in at this time’s new trailer.
They received’t accomplish that alone, thoughts you, given the Warrens have sought assist from a neighborhood priest to entice Annabelle behind a sheet of sacred glass. However such precautions are wasted on the true satan doll (no offense, Chucky), given Warner’s new trailer identifies Annabelle’s subsequent goal: the Warrens’ ten-year-old daughter, Judy, and her buddies. Chaos ensues.
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Maybe most fascinating of all is the truth that Gary Dauberman is poised to make his directorial debut with Annabelle Comes House. If that identify rings a bell, it ought to; not solely has the screenwriter minimize his enamel on The Nun and New Line’s It, he’s penned scripts for the 2 earlier Annabelle movies, and subsequently is aware of a factor or two about what makes this horror sequence tick.
Suffice it to say, Annabelle Comes House seems to be in secure palms, not least as a result of it has Aquaman duo Peter Safran and James Wan on board to provide. The latter is effectively versed within the Conjuring lore, having helped launch this most celebrated franchise again in 2013, whereas Safran has been concerned in each single installment of Warner’s universe up to now. And he clearly has no intentions of letting up – particularly when the Powers That Be have already got plans for The Crooked Man.
Nearer to, ahem, dwelling, Warner’s third (and maybe ultimate?) Annabelle spinoff creeps into theaters on June 26th.