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Le film retrace une affaire terrifiante de meurtre et de présence maléfique mystérieuse, qui a même ébranlé les enquêteurs paranormaux, Ed et Lorraine Warren, pourtant très aguerris. Dans cette affaire, issue de leurs dossiers secrets, lune des plus spectaculaires, Ed et Lorraine commencent par se battre pour protéger lâme dun petit garçon, puis basculent dans un monde radicalement inconnu. Ce sera la première fois, dans lhistoire des États-Unis, quun homme, soupçonné de meurtre, plaide la possession démoniaque comme ligne de défense juridique.

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Universal Pictures et Blumhouse présentent une production Atomic Monster en association avec Divide/Conquer. Les producteurs exécutifs du film sont Allison Williams, Mark Katchur, Ryan Turek, Michael Clear, Judson Scott, Adam Hendricks et Greg Gilreath

Le film est réalisé par Paul Urkijo Alijo et met en vedette Kandido Uranga, Uma Bracaglia, Eneko Sagardoy, Ramón Agirre, Josean Bengoetxea, Gotzon Sánchez, José Ramón Argoitia, Gorka Aguinagalde, Iñigo de la Iglesia, Aitor Urtzelai

The Conjuring: The Devil Made Me Do It (also known as The Conjuring 3) is a 2021 American supernatural horror film directed by Michael Chaves, with a screenplay by David Leslie Johnson-McGoldrick from a story by Johnson-McGoldrick and James Wan. The film serves as a sequel to The Conjuring (2013) and The Conjuring 2 (2016), and as the eighth installment in The Conjuring Universe. Patrick Wilson and Vera Farmiga reprise their roles as paranormal investigators and authors Ed and Lorraine Warren, with Ruairi O'Connor, Sarah Catherine Hook, and Julian Hilliard also starring. Wan and Peter Safran return to produce the film, which is based on the trial of Arne Cheyenne Johnson, a murder trial that took place in 1981 Connecticut, in addition to The Devil in Connecticut, a book about the trial written by Gerald Brittle.

Initial development for a third Conjuring film began in 2016, though Wan stated that he would not be directing another film in the series due to scheduling conflicts with other projects. Safran confirmed that the next film would not be a haunted house film. By June 2017, it was officially announced that a third installment was in development, with David Leslie Johnson hired to write the screenplay. Michael Chaves was announced as the film's director, after previously directing The Curse of La Llorona (2019). Filming took place in Georgia in summer 2019.

Originally slated for a September 2020 release, the film was delayed due to the COVID-19 pandemic. The Conjuring: The Devil Made Me Do It was released by Warner Bros. Pictures and New Line Cinema in the United States on June 4, 2021, where it also had a simultaneous month-long release on the HBO Max streaming service. The film grossed $206 million against a budget of $39 million and received mixed reviews from critics, who praised the performances of Wilson and Farmiga, but criticized the screenplay and noted it to be weaker than the previous installments. A sequel, The Conjuring 4, is in development.

In 2016, regarding further potential sequels, James Wan stated, "There could be many more [Conjuring] movies because the Warrens have so many stories." Screenwriters Chad and Carey W. Hayes also expressed interest in working on a story for another sequel.[5] However, Wan stated that he may be unable to direct the film due to his commitments to other projects.[6] He told Collider, "Assuming we are lucky enough to have a third chapter, there are other filmmakers that I would love to sort of continue on the Conjuring world, if we are lucky enough".[7] Wan also noted that, if a third film were to be made, it would ideally take place in the 1980s.[8] Wan later stated that the sequel could include lycanthropy, "Maybe we can go and do it like a classic American Werewolf in London style. [...] The Warrens set against the backdrop of The Hound of Baskerville".[9] In May 2017, Safran said it would be unlikely that a third installment would be a "haunted house" film.[10]

"While working closely with Chaves on The Curse of La Llorona, I got to know him as a filmmaker. Chaves' ability to bring emotion to a story, and his understanding of mood and scares, make him a perfect fit to direct the next Conjuring film."

In December 2018, it was confirmed that Patrick Wilson and Vera Farmiga would reprise their roles as Ed and Lorraine Warren respectively from The Conjuring and The Conjuring 2.[20] In August 2019, actress Megan Ashley Brown announced that she and Mitchell Hoog would portray young Lorraine and Ed Warren respectively.[21] In December 2019, Sterling Jerins, Julian Hilliard, Sarah Catherine Hook and Ruairi O'Connor were all confirmed as part of the film's cast by director Chaves.[22]

Filming began on June 3, 2019, in Atlanta, Georgia.[23] On August 15, 2019, Farmiga announced that she had finished filming her scenes.[24] Additional photography was initially scheduled for April 2020, but was delayed due to the COVID-19 pandemic.[25] During reshoots, Chaves opted to remove a demonic antagonist, played by Davis Osbourne. The character was supposed to be working with The Occultist, but Chaves believed it "just wasn't quite connecting", and instead gave Osbourne a role as an infirmary patient.[26] John Noble's role was also expanded upon during reshoots.[27]

The Conjuring: The Devil Made Me Do It was released in the United Kingdom on May 26, 2021, and in the United States on June 4, 2021, distributed by Warner Bros. Pictures and New Line Cinema.[28] In the United States, as part of its plans for all of its 2021 films, Warner Bros. will also stream The Conjuring: The Devil Made Me Do It simultaneously on the HBO Max service for a period of one month, after which the film will be removed from the service until the normal home media release schedule period.[29] It was delayed due to the COVID-19 pandemic's effect on theaters and the film industry, after previously being scheduled to be released on September 11, 2020.[30][31] The film was re-added to HBO Max on October 21, 2021.

Following its opening weekend, Samba TV reported the film was streamed in 1.6 million American households over its first three days of release.[33] It was watched in 3 million households over the first 17 days.[34] The film was watched in over 3 million U.S. households by the end of its first 30 days of release.[35]

Carlos Aguilar of the TheWrap wrote: "The Devil Made Me Do It opens with a disturbing sequence, set in 1981, that stands as the scariest part of the supernatural saga to date. That's not to say that the nearly two hours that ensue are devoid of tension and well-paced jump scares, but the sheer chaos and malevolence on display right out of the gate are unmatched elsewhere."[43] In his review for Variety, Owen Gleiberman praised the performances of Wilson and Farmiga but wrote: "The new film lacks that kinetic haunted-house element. It's the most somber and meditative and least aggressive of the Conjuring films."[44] From The Hollywood Reporter, David Rooney said: "This one offers plenty of lurid fun and some genuine scares. But the grounding in dark spirituality that made the previous entries focused on the Warrens so compelling gets diluted, despite the reliably dignifying double-act of Vera Farmiga and Patrick Wilson."[45]

Lena Wilson of The New York Times gave the film a positive review, stating that "'The Devil Made Me Do It' is an excellently spooky work of fiction. It would be even better if it privileged ghoulishness over gospel."[46] Hanna Flint of Empire wrote "The Conjuring: The Devil Made Me Do It hits some major horror notes, with Wilson and Farmiga providing much needed heart and soul, but the new Satanic worship elements causes the franchise to take a farcical turn."[47]

Joshua Rivera of Polygon said that "This setup makes this installment of The Conjuring feel like a supernatural detective film ... It's a pretty good idea, and a decent change of pace for the series. But The Devil Made Me Do It struggles to reach the highs of the previous movies under this new structure."[48] Tom Jorgensen of IGN rated the film a 6 out of 10, concluding that "Though The Devil Made Me Do It is a smart recalibration for The Conjuring series, its successes have little to do with its strengths as a standalone horror movie" and that "The Conjuring: The Devil Made Me Do It is greater than the sum of its parts and functions best in how it opens the series up to new kinds of stories to tell in the future."[49]

In October 2022, the Hollywood Reporter revealed that a fourth Conjuring film was in development. It will be written by David Leslie Johnson-McGoldrick and produced by James Wan and Peter Safran.[50]

Trouver un moyen de lutter contre une menace paranormale apparemment imparable est une grande partie de ce qui rend les intrigues de films comme Insidious et The Conjuring si populaires et peu de films modernes ont combiné cet effet avec des peurs de saut choquantes aussi bien que It Follows. 350c69d7ab


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