James WanThe incredible universe of horror sub-universes have all contributed immeasurably to what is undoubtedly one of the greatest legacies in the history of the genre. Among them are the popular ones insidious The franchise that contains his most recent films Insidious: The Red Door It’s about to be released this weekend in theaters everywhere. While it will see the Lamberts once again go further in order to put an end to the demons that relentlessly haunt their families, the movie will also be the last installment in the series for a long time. According to a report by DiscussingFilm, Jason Blum of Blumhouse Productions revealed that the insidious The franchise will go on hiatus after the release of the fifth film.
insidious It was the second subuniverse created by horror mogul James Wan, after its introduction opinion The universe became a sensation in the early 2000s with the first few films, each created on an impressively small budget, and horror fans flocked to theaters every year on Halloween. insidious, which premiered in 2010, has taken a more superhero route with its premise, once again drawing in the undeniably devoted One Vehicle crowd. The fifth film in the series, titled red doordirected by its main star Patrick Wilson, a frequent collaborator of Wan’s who also stepped up to his later position Sorcery Universe, the most popular so far. Other stars include Ty Simpkins (Whale), Rose Byrne (Lusty), Lin Shay (grudge), and newcomer Andrew Astor.
like red door Will see a promising closure on the Lambert family from the demons that plague them throughout each film, Blumhouse Productions’ Jason Blum announced that it will be the last Insidious movie for a while, at least until they can come up with a worthy sequel of some kind. He said this in this regard:
“You better see this insidiousIt’s the last! …to give a more serious answer, [The Red Door] It will be the last we’ll see insidious briefly. It may not be a forever break, but it sure will be a very long break. So, if someone comes up with an idea in 10 years, who knows? But there is no plan – as was the case with every precedent insidious Film – No current plan for a sixth.”
What’s next on Wan’s terror-filled agenda
Insidious: The Red Door It may or may not be the last movie of his own franchise, but James Wan has more than a lot of other projects within his horror multiverse in the works. The second nun, which will continue the events of Sister Irene’s fight against Falk’s reign of terror, will hit theaters in early September. The latest trailer for the movie just dropped today. Besides it is M3GAN 2.0 sequel, which will follow the events of its incredibly popular original movie that blew up theaters last year. Production also ended last February on the latest batch in opinion Franchising, simply titled X sawwhich will see the return of notable alumni Tobin Bell and Shawnee Smith as John Kramer / Jigsaw and Amanda Young, respectively.
On top of all that, there is also a insidious A spin-off movie is in the works, reportedly to be called string. It will take place in the same universe, but with a new story, with Jeremy Slater at the helm as writer and director. So far it stars Mandy Moore and Kumail Nanjiani as a married couple who use a dangerous time-travel spell to prevent their daughter’s tragic death. Doing so also releases a terrifying supernatural entity that seeks to haunt his every move.
Insidious: The Red Door Making its way to cinemas everywhere starting tomorrow, July 7th. Check out the latest trailer for the movie below, along with the official synopsis from Sony Pictures.
Ten years after the events of the second film ended, Josh Lambert heads east to drop off his son Dalton into an Ivy League university. However, Dalton’s college dream becomes a nightmare when repressed demons from his past suddenly come back to haunt them both. Once and for all, Josh and Dalton must get back together again in order to stop Lambert’s nightmare forever.”