The Conjuring Announces Its Finale Release Dates and Details

The Conjuring Announces Its Finale Release Dates and Details

One of the highest-grossing horror films, The Conjuring, is all set to release its finale. The horror sequel is set to make its theatrical and IMAX debut on September 5, 2025.

While the forthcoming film remains untitled, The Conjuring’s universe will continue to work on other spin-off, prequel, and spin-off titles like “Annabelle,” and “The Nun.”

The Conjuring, directed by James Wan and produced by Peter Safran, revolves around the paranormal investigation of Lorraine Warren and Ed, portrayed by actors Vera Farmiga and Patrick Wilson. The paranormal occurrences and encounters solved by the cast have enthralled the audience for a decade.

The media report suggests that owing to a planned release of The Conjuring’s finale, Newline has also shifted its release dates of Maggie Gyllenhaal’s ‘Bride!’, a fresh take on the classic ‘B, that stars Christian Bale and Jessie Buckley, on September 26, 2025.

For the grand and much anticipated Conjuring finale, the creators have announced that it will provide an immersive experience as fans will be ready to bid farewell to one of the most horror film series.

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The Conjuring’s first part, which was released in 2013, became a massive hit with worldwide earnings of more than $319 million. The franchise, later on, released a spin-off, The Nun, which crossed the previous sequel collection, earning more than $366 million worldwide. The franchise later marked a $2 billion mark at the box office, which picked up an additional $269 million in earnings.

One of the other movies, The Curse of La Llorona, also directed by The Conjuring’s director, Michael Chaves, is mistakenly said to have been a part of The Conjuring. However, it is not a part of The Conjuring, and it was cleared by Chaves himself. 

Michael Chaves explained,

“There’s so much debate about it and I think I’ve played coy in the past, The idea was that [the Annabelle cameo] was going to be this little hidden thing that you were going to discover as you watch the movie. One of the reasons that it couldn’t formally be a part of the Conjuring universe is it didn’t include one of the key producers, which is Peter Safran. The Conjuring is his baby, he and James, and they are still the two core producers on it.”

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