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For the first time in The Conjuring universe, the Ed and Lorraine Warren characters will appear in one of the film series’ spinoff titles, Gary Dauberman’s untitled Annabelle project. Read More here

Also featured are the North American premiere of Gustavo Sánchez’s I HATE NEW YORK (Spain, 2018), which features New York nightlife luminarie Amanda Lepore; the East Coast premiere of Matt Alber and Jon Garcia’s ROOM TO GROW about what it means to be an LGBT teen in today’s world, and Jeff Kaufman’s EVERY ACT OF LIFE, a profile of multi-Tony Award®-winning playwright Terrence McNally, featuring appearances by Meryl Streep, Audra McDonald, Christine Baranski, Bryan Cranston, Patrick Wilson, Angela Lansbury and Rita Moreno. Read More here

After this past weekend and the box office performance of The Nun, The Conjuring Universe is at a point where it’s stronger than it’s ever been as a franchise. Big lines are forming for the new releases, and while the reaction to the latest installment has not been as positive as previous titles, there is no questioning the demand. Fortunately, the future is bright, as not only is the untitled Annabelle 3 gearing up to shoot this fall, but producer Peter Safran recently told me that The Conjuring 3 is aiming to start production in 2019: Read More here

Every single film in The Conjuring‘s cinematic universe has been a smash hit at the box office thus far, with The Nun exceeding expectations this past weekend to amass the franchise’s biggest opening weekend to date. What’s next? Annabelle 3 is in the works, a Crooked Man spinoff is also being developed, and yes, we’re soon getting The Conjuring 3. Read More here

Patrick Wilson is coming aboard Midway, the WWII action film directed by Roland Emmerich. Wilson will play Edwin Layton, the rear admiral in the U.S. Navy who was a key intelligence officer during WWII. Woody Harrelson and Mandy Moore were already set at the time that AGC International, the international sales and distribution division of Stuart Ford’s AGC Studios, brokered most of the overseas territorial deals on the film. Read More here

The Vincenzo Natali-directed thriller In The Tall Grass is getting underway in Toronto for Netfix, and the film stars Patrick Wilson, Laysla De Oliveira and Harrison Gilbertson. Pic is based on a short story by Stephen King and son Joe Hill that was published in Esquire Magazine. Netflix acquired the underlying short story rights some time ago, when James Marsden was originally attached. Scheduling conflicts knocked him out of the lead role. Read More here

These brothers are not two of a kind. At Comic-Con 2018 in San Diego, Patrick Wilson tells Access about the purposeful choice to make his character, King Orm, look so drastically different from the title superhero. Plus, Patrick teases the motivation behind Orm’s intent to wage war above the surface. “Aquaman” hits theaters on Dec. 21. Read more here

upcoming…

The Conjuring 3 (pre-production) / x
Untitled Annabelle Film (post-production) / x
In the Tall Grass (filming) / x
Midway (post-production) / x
Annabelle Comes Home (post-production) / x
Last Updated: 23/05/2019

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Jul 26 @ 20:00 – Aquaman (The State Theatre Ann Arbor, MI 48104) / X
Aug 12 @ 19:30 – Aquaman (Elton Street and Jamaica Avenue (in Highland Park), Queens) // X
Sep 19 @ 20:00 (Doors 19:00) – Aquaman (Brockwell Lido) / x

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