`The Conjuring: The Devil Made Me Do It` lead stars Patrick Wilson and Vera Farmiga believe that the third movie in the hit horror franchise delivers a more personal story of “love” winning over evil.
Directed by Michael Chaves, the third instalment in the James Wan-produced project marks Wilson and Farmiga’s return as paranormal investigators Ed and Lorraine Warren. The duo has previously played the real-life couple in The Conjuring (2013) and The Conjuring 2 (2016).
Farmiga, 48, said the film dives deeper into Lorraine’s abilities as a paranormal investigator and explores her bond with Ed. “I love this franchise and I’m grateful for it. I look forward to it time and time again. I love who I work with. I love what we’re exploring, the depth of Lorraine’s ability and her gifts,” said the actor.
Wilson, 48, said the franchise brings together the entire team and gives them the opportunity to explore something never-seen-before. “It has been the gift that keeps giving,” he said, adding that he believes the reason for the success of the Warner Bros supernatural instalment is that it can terrify people and make them believe in love at the same time. “It’s an exciting journey because with all of this darkness in these horrible cases that we investigate, we also get to explore their [Warrens] boundless love and devotion and create this ideal marriage.”
Based on a story penned by Johnson-McGoldrick and Wan, The Devil Made Me Do It hit the Indian theatres on Friday.
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