After debuting the first look at The Last Exorcism Part II yesterday, it’s time for a peek at another 2013 horror entry. Last year, James Wan delivered one of the most profitable entries in the genre with Insidious and now he’s back with star Patrick Wilson for The Conjuring. The film was set to debut in January, but Warner Bros, confident of its potential, moved it to a prime slot of July 19th, 2013.
We’ve now got the first look from the film above via Bloody Disgusting, which features Vera Farmiga (who returns to horror after The Orphan) toying with a music-box in the story that tells an alternate side to The Amityville Horror. We follow paranormal investigators (Farmiga and Wilson), who look inside the Rhode Island home of the Perron family (played by Lilli Taylor and Ron Livingston). There was some positive impressions out of the first footage at New York Comic-Con so hopefully Wan can strike gold again with this project. One see another photo below featuring the rest of our cast, via EW.
Are you looking forward to The Conjuring this summer?
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