The Conjuring films and spin-offs have built quite the little franchise and following for themselves.
We’ve been given two Conjuring films thus far, the Annabelle films, and The Nun.
You’d think they’d be happy with scaring us with those flicks, but no, they’re working on another Conjuring film because we weren’t scared enough.
This time around, Michael Chaves (The Curse of La Llorona) will be directing the film, as he impressed previous director James Wan so much.
James announced the news in a statement, saying, "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.
"I'm excited to be back as producer and continue with Vera and Patrick on the next supernatural adventure of the Warrens."
Michael spoke with The Hollywood Reporter, revealing, "I am a huge fan of the Conjuring films. The movies are the rare combination that delivers both tremendous heart and awesome scares.
"It is both a total thrill and absolute honor to be working with James and the gang at New Line again.”
David Leslie Johnson, the script writer from the first two Conjuring films, will be back to pen this one, focusing again on the ‘paranormal investigations of husband and wife, Ed and Lorraine Warren’.
Patrick Wilson and Vera Farming will reprise their roles in the film.
Get ready for another spook-fest.