‘Saw’ Creator’s ‘Conjuring’ to Haunt Theaters this January
Horror fans will be happy to learn that The Conjuring, directed by the creator of Saw franchise in Wilmington, North Carolina earlier this year, will be summoned into theaters this January.
Warner Bros. Pictures and New Line Cinema announced today that The Conjuring (formerly known as The Warren Files) will be released in theaters on January 25, 2013.
The film comes from horror icon James Wan, director of the genre favorites Saw (2004), Insidious (2010), and Dead Silence (2007).
The Conjuring is inspired by the true story of the Perron family, who claimed they ”lived among the dead” in the 1970s, and who hired paranormal investigators Ed and Loraine Warren to help them battle the spirits that reportedly haunted their Rhode Island farmhouse.
Vera Farmiga (Orphan) and Patrick Wilson (Watchmen) star as the Warrens, while Lili Taylor (The Haunting) and Ron Livingston (Office Space) play the real life Perrons. The cast also includes Mackenzie Foy (Twilight: Breaking Dawn), Joey King (Crazy Stupid Love), Hayley McFarland, and Shanley Caswell.
Will you see The Conjuring when it opens in theaters on January 25, 2013?
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