The Conjuring 3, also known as The Conjuring: The Devil Made Me Do It, has been delayed, but the first teaser has finally arrived.
The film was pushed back from its original September 2020 release date to 2021, much like every other film. We’ll see Ed and Lorraine Warren again in June, unless there’s a last-minute snafu.
The Warrens will take on their darkest case yet, with no haunted home in sight, thanks to Patrick Wilson and Vera Farmiga’s comeback as the partnership. It will focus on Arne Cheyenne Johnson’s real-life trial, but we’ll get to it later.
Michael Chaves, who directed The Curse of La Llorona, has taken over as director, while David Leslie Johnson, who co-wrote The Conjuring 2, has returned to pen the threequel.
What else can we anticipate from the Warrens’ long-awaited return? The Conjuring 3: Everything You Need to Know.
As previously stated, the third film was scheduled to be released on September 11, 2020, however Warner Bros. decided to push it back to May 28 in the United Kingdom and June 4 in the United States.
Like every other Warner Bros. release in 2021, the film will be available for 31 days on HBO Max in the United States starting June 4. Outside of the United States, HBO Max is presently unavailable.
Filming did take place between June and August 2019, so if you think we’ve been waiting a long time for the movie, consider the cast, who have had to keep details hidden for over two years.
For all HBO Max subscribers, The Conjuring 3 is available to watch. If you want to bookmark or start streaming right away, here’s the direct link to the landing page. HBO Max users can watch the film on the app, which is accessible on Roku, Apple TV, and most significant mobile and smart TV devices, if they don’t want to watch it online in their browser. The Conjuring 3 is also available as a subscription on DirectTV.