The logo for The Conjuring 3 has been revealed by the film's director Michael Chaves. All the films in The Conjuring universe pull real life events from the case files of Ed and Lorraine Warren, who were real-life paranormal investigators. The first Conjuring film was released in 2013, and was directed by James Wan. The series launched a franchise spanning several movies, including Annabelle, The Conjuring 2, Annabelle Creation, The Nun, and most recently, The Curse of La Llorona.
Even though fans and the stars of The Conjuring had hoped Wan would return for The Conjuring 3, it was announced last October that Chaves would be directing The Conjuring 3. Chaves also directed the recently released The Curse of La Llorona, which has officially been confirmed as part of The Conjuring universe. With Wan confirming a murder trial plot for the film, it seems likely that The Conjuring 3 will center around Arne Cheyenne Johnson and the "Devil Made Me Do It" trial. Fans will no doubt get more first looks at the film once The Conjuring 3 starts filming this summer, but for now, it seems as if the logo has been revealed.
Posting on his website, Chaves has revealed what will likely be the logo for The Conjuring 3. Neither Warner Bros. or New Line Cinema have released official confirmation of the movie's logo, but it's likely legitimate since it comes from Chaves himself. The logo also seems to feature the same font and style as the previous films, so it's safe to assume this will actually be the film's logo.
Fans will have to wait until 2020 to catch The Conjuring 3 in theaters, but that certainly won't be the end of the series. In fact, later this year, Vera Farmiga and Patrick Wilson will return to their characters for Annabelle Comes Home; the third film in the Annabelle series. It was recently reported that a sequel to The Nun was in development, and a spinoff film called The Crooked Man is also thought to be in development; however, fans haven't heard very many details about The Crooked Man in a few years.
With mixed reviews for The Curse of La Llorna, some may be concerned about the fate of The Conjuring 3, especially since Chaves is still a relatively new director. For many, Wan would have been the ideal candidate for The Conjuring 3, but he'll still be onboard as a producer. The reveal of the film's logo from Chaves may not reveal a whole lot about the film, but it'll at least keep people interested in The Conjuring 3 until more details come to light.
Source: Michael Chaves
- The Conjuring 3 (2020) release date: Sep 11, 2020