A new — and final — The Conjuring movie is in the works and will be released next year. Despite many installments receiving mixed-to-negative reviews from critics, The Conjuring Universe has always been a proven moneymaker, grossing a combined $2.8 billion over the course of eight movies. The last movie in the franchise, The Nun II, was a massive commercial success, making over $269 million worldwide on a $38 million budget. It also teased an upcoming movie with Ed (Patrick Wilson) and Lorraine Warren (Vera Farmiga) through a mid-credits scene.

THR now reports that The Conjuring 4 is set to release on September 5, 2025, and will be the last of the main series. Michael Chaves, who previously helmed The Curse of La Llorona, The Conjuring: The Devil Made Me Do It, and The Nun II, is set to return in the director’s chair, with David Leslie Johnson-McGoldrick writing the screenplay.

Like previous installments of The Conjuring Universe since 2018’s The Nun, the upcoming Conjuring movie will benefit from an IMAX release. Additionally, New Line Cinema announced that Maggie Gyllenhaal’s Bride!, which was set to release in early October, will move up a week to September 26, 2025. The film will also be released in IMAX and has been confirmed to use its cameras during production, which is currently underway.

While this will be the last main Conjuring film, one can’t forget that a television spinoff series was announced last year to be in development for Max, with James Wan and Peter Safran executive producing. It’s unclear if it’s still in development, though one can expect the franchise to continue at some capacity, as it has continuously proven successful at the box office ever since James Wan scared the living hell out of audiences with the 2013 original…

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Source: THR

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