Showing posts with label film. Show all posts
Showing posts with label film. Show all posts

"Annabelle 3" in progress - this is what the film is about

 The horror sequel has received an official synopsis.

The last time we saw her was in the summer of 2017, in David F. Sandberg's prequel "Annabelle: Creation".


Soon, the anything but playful doll Annabelle will be back in the cinema. Thanks to an official synopsis, we now know what the audience can expect from the sequel, where the couple Ed and Lorraine Warren (from the "Conjuring" movies) get tampas with evil spirits in their own home.

To stop Annabelle from destroying more, demonologists Ed and Lorraine Warren take home the possessed doll. She is to be locked up "in safety" in their locked room with artifacts, behind sacred glass and with the blessing of a priest. But an unholy night of horror awaits when Annabelle brings to life the other evil spirits in the room, who are all on the same goal - Warren's ten-year-old daughter, Judy, and her friends.

"Annabelle 3" belongs to the same horror universe as the "Conjuring" movies and this summer's horror movie "The Nun". Creator James Wan has previously revealed the same story during Comic Son:

- Annabelle activates all the possessed artifacts in the room. So it's like "Night at the Museum", with Annabelle!

The new film is written and directed by horror writer Gary Dauberman, who previously wrote "The Conjuring 2", "The Nun" and "It". Patrick Wilson and Vera Farmiga return, albeit only in supporting roles. The duo are also ready for participation in the future "The Conjuring 3".

The third Annabelle film (which does not yet have an official title) will have its American cinema premiere on July 3, 2019.

"Zack Snyder's Justice League" is divided into six chapters

 Quite helpful if you prefer to watch the four-hour movie as a miniseries.

Do you remember when Zack Snyder announced that his cut version of "Justice League" would be released as a miniseries in four episodes? That idea was quickly scrapped, and what we will see on HBO Nordic in just two weeks is a feature film with an emphasis on long - the superhero party clocks in at a full 4 hours and 2 minutes.

But the idea of a miniseries seems to have followed, because the film is divided into clear chapters. I've seen it and can confirm that "Zack Snyder's Justice League" consists of six chapters and an epilogue. After a few minutes of introduction and subtitles, the first text sign appears.

Four hours of DC action certainly feels sickly luxurious to many, but somewhat impractical to others. Would you rather divide the film into two sessions? Turn off just when part 4 is about to begin, which is about halfway into the story.