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It Chapter Two Is Coming to 4Dx, 4Dx Extreme & ScreenX

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It Chapter Two Is Coming to 4Dx, 4Dx Extreme & ScreenX
Are you ready to feel the sheer terror that comes with being haunted by Pennywise the Dancing Clown? Warner Bros. and Cj 4Dplex are officially bringing the upcoming sequel It Chapter Two to an immersive theater experience near you this fall. And it sounds absolutely horrifying.

Cj 4Dplex, the world's leading cinema technology company, together with Warner Bros. Pictures, announced today the release of New Line Cinema's It Chapter Two in three leading next-generation cinema technologies: the multi-sensory 4Dx format, the heightened 4Dx Extreme (available in select theaters and territories) and the panoramic, 270-degree ScreenX. When the film is released globally on September 6, 2019, audiences worldwide will be able to take in the highly anticipated horror franchise finale in the cutting-edge auditoriums of 4Dx and ScreenX.

It Chapter Two in 4Dx will bring another chilling layer of suspense to the tense atmosphere of Derry with a combination of motion, vibration and environmental effects.
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New On Blu-ray: ‘Avengers: Endgame’, ‘Detective Pikachu’, ‘The Curse of La Llorona’, ‘Alita: Battle Angel’

New On Blu-ray: ‘Avengers: Endgame’, ‘Detective Pikachu’, ‘The Curse of La Llorona’, ‘Alita: Battle Angel’
Our latest Blu-ray round-up includes the biggest, most epic blockbuster film of the year. That’s right: Detective Pikachu. Oh, and Avengers: Endgame is here too, along with The Curse of La Llorona and Alita: Battle Angel. These are the new Blu-ray releases you should check out this week. Avengers: Endgame When you strip away the hype; the decade’s worth of […]

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James Wan to Produce Adaptation of ‘The Troop’ With E L Katz Directing

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James Wan to Produce Adaptation of ‘The Troop’ With E L Katz Directing
James Wan’s production company Atomic Monster has acquired the rights to and will produce the film adaptation of Nick Cutter’s book “The Troop.” E. L. Katz is set to direct.

The Troop” follows a group of teens on a remote camping trip, who are forced to fend for themselves when their chaperone falls prey to an otherworldly infection.

Noah Gardner and Aidan Fitzgerald (“The Trench”) are writing the screenplay, based on Cutter’s book. Michael Clear is also serving as producer, while Judson Scott is overseeing the project on behalf of Atomic Monster, which is producing alongside Js Entertainment and Starlight Media.

Also Read: James Wan to Direct Original Horror Thriller

Atomic Monster’s other upcoming projects are “The Conjuring 3” starring Vera Farmiga and Patrick Wilson, as well as “Mortal Kombat” and “There’s Someone Inside Your House.” Wan will also direct an untitled horror film next.
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Olivia Wilde-Directed Thriller ‘Don’t Worry Darling’ Sells to New Line

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Olivia Wilde-Directed Thriller ‘Don’t Worry Darling’ Sells to New Line
A spec script for the psychological thriller “Don’t Worry Darling,” which will be directed by and starring Olivia Wilde, has sold to New Line after a hefty auction in which 18 different studios bid on the original project, an individual with knowledge of the project told TheWrap.

“I ran a horror library out of my bedroom when I was a kid. This feels like a step up. #dontworrydarling,” Wilde tweeted after the announcement was made.

Wilde just made her directorial debut with “Booksmart,” a critical darling released earlier this summer by Annapurna. Wilde is reteaming on the project with the writer for “Booksmart,” Katie Silberman.

Also Read: Jon Hamm, Olivia Wilde to Star in Clint Eastwood's 'Richard Jewell'

Silberman will rewrite the original script from Shane and Carey Van Dyke. And both Wilde and Silberman will also produce along with Roy Lee and Miri Yoon of Vertigo Entertainment.
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New Line Wins Olivia Wilde-Directed Spec Package ‘Don’t Worry Darling; Auction Drew 18 Bids

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Exclusive: One of the widest ranging film spec script auctions in years has ended with New Line winning the deal to finance and distribute Don’t Worry Darling, the genre script that Olivia Wilde will direct and star in. Deadline revealed the auction last week, and it swelled to 18 bidders that included Netflix and monied production companies from Legendary to FilmNation, MGM, Village Roadshow Pictures, Apple and Universal-based Blumhouse. The bids were narrowed to six and then three, and Wilde made the decision to go with New Line, which was aggressive from the start. Vertigo Entertainment’s Roy Lee and Miri Yoon will produce the film with Wilde and Katie Silberman, who is rewriting the script. Catherine Hardwicke is exec producer.

Why so many bids? Wilde is coming off a much admired directorial debut on Booksmart, and like elevated genre fare that includes Get Out, Don’t Worry Darling
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Blu-ray Review – The Curse of La Llorona (2019)

The Curse of La Llorona, 2019.

Directed by Michael Chaves.

Starring Linda Cardellini, Raymond Cruz, Marisol Ramirez, Patricia Velasquez, Roman Christou, Jaynee-Lynne Kinchen, Sean Patrick Thomas, and Tony Amendola.


When a social worker (Linda Cardellini) visits the home of a troubled mother suspected of child neglect, she puts her own family at risk by becoming embroiled in a centuries old curse that attaches itself to her children.

In the grand scale of The Conjuring Universe, Michael Chaves’ The Curse of La Llorona is a much smaller tale as a widowed mother of two has to defend her children from La Llorona, an evil spirit that stalks and kills children. Though the smaller scale works for the most part, The Curse of La Llorona relies too much on cheap and predictable scares to move along its story while the characters aren’t entirely compelling enough to follow. The blu-ray comes with
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Exclusive ‘Curse of La Llorona’ Bts Clip Highlights How James Wan Helped Shape the Horror Hit

James Wan's Conjuring-verse just can't stop growing. In the years since Wan's box office breakout The Conjuring hit theaters in 2013, the realm of ghosts, ghouls and demons has launched sequels and spinoffs to the tune of almost $2 billion worldwide. And then there's The Curse of La Llorona, the 2019 New Line hit introduced international audiences to one of Central America's most terrifying folk tales; La Llorona, aka the Weeping Woman. While The Curse of La Llorona isn't directly related to the Conjuring films, it does share the universe thanks to the …
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August 6th Blu-ray & DVD Releases Include Alice, Sweet Alice, Charlie Says, Room For Rent, The Curse Of La Llorona

August’s horror and sci-fi home media releases are kicking off with an eclectic, but fantastic bunch, led by Arrow Video’s special edition release of Alice, Sweet Alice. Raro Video is resurrecting Lucio Fulci’s Touch of Death this week, and if you happened to miss them earlier this year, both The Curse of La Llorona and Charlie Says will be hitting both formats on Tuesday.

Other notable Blu-ray and DVD releases arriving on August 6th include Room For Rent, The Reflecting Skin, St. Agatha, Division 19, Xenophobia, and Pentagram.

Alice, Sweet Alice: Special Edition

A young Brooke Shields meets an untimely end in this religious-themed proto slasher par excellence from director Alfred Sole. On the day of her first communion, young Karen (Brooke Shields) is savagely murdered by an unknown assailant in a yellow rain mac and creepy translucent mask. But the nightmare is far from over - as
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‘Aquaman’ Director James Wan Returning to Horror Roots for Next Film

Before diving back into the underwater world of Atlantis for Warner Bros. and DC’s “Aquaman 2,” slated to begin pre-production next year, director James Wan will first circle back to the horror genre for his next film. Fans of his deep catalogue of nightmare fuel, from “Saw” to “Insidious” and “The Conjuring,” will have to wait for details, as plot specifics remain under wraps, according to Variety.

Wan conceived of the story idea with his fiancée Ingrid Bisu, star of “The Nun” (which Wan executive-produced) and “Toni Erdmann.” The yet-to-be-titled project hasn’t set up a screenwriter at this time. Wan is not a writer by trade, but has story credits on most of his films.

The news adds to a busy slate for the prolific Hollywood figure, whose commercial track record continues to grow more robust. Wan recently produced such fearsome box-office hits as “The Curse of La Llorona” and “Annabelle Comes Home.
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James Wan to Direct Original Horror Thriller

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Before shooting “Aquaman 2,” James Wan will direct an original horror thriller for New Line Cinema, an individual with knowledge of the project told TheWrap.

Wan will co-write the script with Ingrid Bisu, and will also produce through his Atomic Monster production banner alongside Michael Clear. Starlight Media and Midas Innovation are financing the project, which New Line will distribute globally except in China. Plot details are being kept under wraps.

Wan previously collaborated with New Line on “The Conjuring” universe, as well as “Lights Out” and “The Curse of La Llorona.” The last horror film Wan directed was 2016’s “Conjuring 2.” His other directing credits include “Aquaman,” “Insidious,” “Insidious: Chapter 2,” and the “Saw” franchise.

Also Read: James Wan Doesn't Get Why 'Swamp Thing' Was Canceled

Next up, Wan will produce the untitled “Saw” project, the third “Conjuring” movie, as well as “Mortal Kombat,” “The Nun 2” and “The Tommyknockers.
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‘Aquaman’ Director James Wan Returns to Horror For Next Film

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‘Aquaman’ Director James Wan Returns to Horror For Next Film
Before James Wan heads back to the world of Atlantis for DC Comic’s “Aquaman 2,” the director is returning to his horror roots.

Wan is set to direct an untitled secret horror project for New Line Cinema, sources tell Variety. Plot details are currently being kept under wraps.

Wan previously collaborated with New Line on “The Conjuring” universe, as well as “The Curse of La Llorona” and “Lights Out.” He’s also producing the upcoming “Mortal Kombat.”

Wan will co-write the script with Ingrid Bisu, and he will produce through the Atomic Monster banner with Michael Clear.

The film is being independently financed through Starlight Media and Midas Innovation, who will retain distribution rights in China.

The plan is for Wan to shoot the film in the fall in Los Angeles and then move into pre-production on the “Aquaman” sequel in 2020. The film is a recipient of the Independent California Film Rebate.
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‘Annabelle Comes Home’ Review: Dir. Gary Dauberman (2019)

Annabelle Comes Home review: The Conjuring cinematic universe returns with yet another film based around creepy doll Annabelle.

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First introduced during The Conjuring, the demonic doll Annabelle has spun-off into her own series of films, the first told of her life up to being captured by the Warrens, the second turned the clock back even further, to her origins. Now in the third film in her series, we get a glimpse into the mischief she causes once at ‘home’ in the Warrens’ museum of bad things. Ed (Patrick Wilson) and Lorraine (Vera Farmiga) head out on yet another paranormal case leaving their daughter Judy (Mckenna Grace) in the charge of babysitter Mary-Ellen (Madison Iseman). Their weekend is crashed by Mary-Ellen’s friend Daniela (Katie Sarife) whom, despite warnings to the contrary, breaks into the Warrens’ room of weird and unknowingly unleashes all manner of malevolent beings,
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July 2019 VOD & Digital Releases Include Pet Sematary (2019), Into The Dark: Culture Shock, Darlin’, Stranger Things Season 3, The Curse Of La Llorona, Critters Attack!

Happy July, everyone! If you’re looking for ways to beat the summer heat, here’s a look at all the digital debuts and titles headed to VOD over the next few weeks that should keep you busy from the comfort of your own home. Everything kicks off in a big way over the next several days, as we have multiple titles being released tomorrow, and then we have not only the third season of Stranger Things to look forward to on July 4th, but also the next installment of Blumhouse’s Into the Dark series, Culture Shock, which was directed by Gigi Saul Guerrero.

July 9th is another big day, as both Hellboy (2019) and Alita: Battle Angel hit multiple digital platforms and Pet Sematary (2019) finally arrives on Video on Demand. Just a few days later, we have a bonanza of badassery coming our way, as not only do we
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Moviegoers Believe in ‘Yesterday,’ ‘Annabelle Comes Home’ Sequel Lags Expectations

Moviegoers Believe in ‘Yesterday,’ ‘Annabelle Comes Home’ Sequel Lags Expectations
Tuesday noon marks the exact halfway point of 2019. No one was predicting that grosses would be down some $600 million–nearly 10%–from the 2018 midyear mark. Still to come are a trio of strong performers that should reduce that gap, as this week’s “Spider-Man: Far from Home” (Sony) is followed by Disney’s “The Lion King” and Universal’s “Fast and Furious” offshoot “Hobbs & Shaw.” But this weekend gave further evidence of some pesky issues that won’t go away.

The positive news: an unexpectedly strong launch for Danny Boyle’s “Yesterday” (Universal), the Beatles fantasy that qualifies as one of the most original releases of the year. Written by Richard Curtis (“Love Actually”), the film grossed $17 million, far exceeding pre-opening estimates as low as $10 million. With the boost of a Wednesday opening, “Annabelle Comes Home” (Warner Bros.) came out ahead of “Yesterday” for the weekend, but looks like another case of sequel fatigue.
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The Curse Of La Llorona Arrives Onto Blu-ray – August 6

There’S No Escaping Her When The Curse Of La Llorona Arrives Onto Blu-ray™ Combo Pack, DVD And Digital From Warner Bros. Home Entertainment Own it Early on Digital on July 16 Blu-ray and DVD debut on August 6​ If you don’t know her name, you will when “The Curse of La Llorona” arrives on Blu-ray …

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What’s Coming to Amazon Prime in July 2019

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The sun may be shining, but Amazon Prime subscribers probably won’t be coming outside, considering the wealth of titles coming to the streamer next month.

Viewers looking for a touch of nostalgia will be able to binge Peter Farrelly’s “Dumb and Dumber” starring a 14 year-old Jim Carrey or its 2014 sequel “Dumb and Dumber: When Harry Met Lloyd,” beginning July 31. All five of the “Star Trek” movies are also dropping the last day of the month in addition to older classics such as “Rosemary’s Baby” and “The Rainmaker.”

A variety of silver-screen favorites and Amazon Originals are also streaming well before the end of the month. Learn some history by watching “Peterloo,” which portrays the 1819 Peterloo Massacre in England after British forces charge through a peaceful pro-democracy rally, or catch the premiere of “The Boys,” which follows five vigilantes on a heroic quest to combat super-heroes using their powers for evil.
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James Wan’s Salem’s Lot Remake Will Stick Close To The Source Material

If the average person were to be asked to name Stephen King’s most iconic stories, it could prove difficult counting them on one hand. When I think of the horror legend, tales such as The Shining, It, Christine, Cujo and Carrie immediately flood my mind. And if we’re to venture outside that genre, there are other classics like The Shawshank Redemption and The Green Mile that are also worth mentioning.

If we could add another to the horror tally though, I’d say Salem Lot is worthy of that distinction. Strangely enough, this is one story yet to make it to the silver screen, though it’s received its share of live action adaptations. Odds are you’re most familiar with the 1979 TV miniseries, or perhaps the 1987 followup, A Return to Salem’s Lot. If not, then maybe you tuned in for TNT’s updated version of Salem
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Kill the lights and diaper up for The Conjuring Universe Jumpscares Supercut

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When The Conjuring launched in July of 2013, no one could have anticipated that the James Wan-created universe would go on to become one of the most recognizable horror franchises in history. In time, The Conjuring spurned two sequels, and eventually paved the way for several spinoff series including Annabelle, The Nun, The Curse Of La Llorona, and The Crooked Man (currently in development). As…
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Annabelle Comes Home Scares Up Fresh Rotten Tomatoes Score

The latest chapter in the ever-growing Conjuring universe is here and the verdict is in. Annabelle Comes Home, based on the early indication from Rotten Tomatoes, may not be at the top of the food chain with this franchise, but it's apparently not half bad! Granted, Rotten Tomatoes is just a general indicator. That said, as far as third entries in a horror spin-off franchise go, this doesn't seem to be a bad bet for those who are looking for a little bit of spooky business at the movies this weekend.

Annabelle Comes Home actually hits theaters today, as Warner Bros. and New Line are looking to get a jump on the competition this weekend. As such, we've already got a critic and audience score. On the critical side, the movie has a decent 64 percent approval rating, with 69 reviews counted. The audience rating is a bit better, currently sitting at 74 percent.
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Box Office: ‘Annabelle Comes Home’ Kicks Off Tuesday With Solid $3.5 Million

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Warner Bros. and New Line’s “Annabelle Comes Home” collected a strong $3.5 million in Tuesday night previews.

The supernatural thriller is expected to earn $30 million over its first five days in theaters. “Annabelle Comes Home” is the third “Annabelle” movie and seventh entry in the Conjuring franchise. Preview ticket sales are in line with horror titles like “Purge 3: Election Year” ($3.6 million), “The Curse of La Llorona” ($2.8 million). Those numbers are slightly above 2014’s “Annabelle,” which earned $2.1 million in previews.

Annabelle Comes Home” is on pace for one of the lowest debuts in the Conjuring Universe. The first “Annabelle” movie marks the smallest start with $37 million. The biggest opening weekend in the franchise belongs to “The Nun” with $53 million.

Gary Dauberman wrote and directed “Annabelle Comes Home.” It follows two demonologists (played by series vets Patrick Wilson and Vera Farmiga) who attempt to stop the possessed Annabelle doll from wreaking
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