Looks like the Warrens are coming back for more paranormal activity. According to THR, New Line Cinema is making a fourth entry in the horror series starring Patrick Wilson and Vera Farmiga. Also returning are producers James Wan and Peter Safran. David Leslie Johnson-McGoldrick is writing the film. He wrote The Conjuring 2 and The Conjuring: The Devil Made Me Do It as well.

Although there are no deals in place for Wilson and Farmiga to reprise their roles, they’re expected to return. The series is based on real-life case files of Lorraine and Ed Warren, but the exact case for this one isn’t known.

The Conjuring series has been a major windfall for New Line Cinema at the box office. The original film was made on a budget of $20 million and ended up with $320 million worldwide. Johnson-McGoldrick is no stranger to the series and other Warner Bros films. He wrote Aquaman and the Lost City and has worked on other DC films like Aquaman and The Flash.

There is no release date slated, but we’ll keep you updated on The Conjuring 4 as we get news.

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Source: The Hollywood Reporter

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