14 June 2024
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The Nun II First Trailer ‘Conjures’ Online!

Some of those demons once where angels, The Conjuring franchise gave us one of them, The Nun. Later this Summer that greatest evil will return in The Nun II and today Warner Bros ‘conjure’ the first UK Trailer.

Taissa Farmiga returns as Sister Irene returns once again to face the demon that is Valak, the demonic nun. The film has been on Warner Bros list of films to be made since 2022 and now the evil awaits us in cinemas in September.

The synopsis doesn’t reveal too much apart from the film will be set in 1956, France. If you have a fear of religious buildings especially churches. How Valak returns, that problem lies with Michael Chaves the director of the previous The Conjuring: The Devil Made Me Do it. He knows how to put the fear into another Farmiga, Taissa’s old sister Vera, who plays Lorraine Warren!

New Line Cinema brings you the horror thriller “The Nun II,” the next chapter in the story of “The Nun,” the highest grossing entry in the juggernaut $2 billion “The Conjuring” Universe.

1956 – France. A priest is murdered. An evil is spreading. The sequel to the worldwide smash hit follows Sister Irene as she once again comes face-to-face with Valak, the demon nun.

Taissa Farmiga (“The Nun,” “The Gilded Age”) returns as Sister Irene, joined by Jonas Bloquet (“Tirailleurs,” “The Nun”), Storm Reid (“The Last of Us,” “The Suicide Squad”), Anna Popplewell (“Fairytale,” “The Chronicles of Narnia” trilogy) and Bonnie Aarons (reprising her role from “The Nun”), surrounded by an ensemble cast of international talent.

The rest of the cast for this one includes Jonas Bloquet, Storm Reid, Anna Popplewell, and Bonnie Aarons (as our titular nun). The Nun II will be in UK and Irish cinemas from 8th September.
coming to UK The Nun II 8th September


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